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SETON HALL (9 - 1) at RUTGERS (9 - 3)
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517SETON HALL-7-8.5
SETON HALL - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-1+3.26-46-281.940.549.4%
Road Games3-1+1.23-13-178.538.247.6%36.572.541.243.4%34.7
Last 5 Games5-0+45-04-182.838.649.7%37.268.632.841.8%34.0
SETON HALL Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)81.940.530-6249.4%7-1936.2%14-2166.2%381216177133
vs opponents surrendering71.334.125-5743.4%7-2133.9%14-2169.9%35912196153
Team Stats (Road Games)78.538.229-6247.6%6-1836.6%13-2161.2%361112177133
Stats Against (All Games)67.234.024-5742.2%7-2233.0%12-1675.3%32810205163
vs opponents averaging74.735.627-5945.3%7-2134.8%14-2070.0%36913197144
Stats Against (Road Games)72.541.225-5943.4%7-2032.9%15-1784.3%35810206154

RUTGERS - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games9-3+14-13-372.936.042.7%45.757.727.335.9%35.2
Home Games9-2+24-02-373.536.343.7%45.954.925.934.9%34.3
Last 5 Games3-202-12-171.835.642.6%44.466.430.237.0%38.0
RUTGERS Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)72.936.027-6442.7%4-1628.1%14-2163.2%461312167126
vs opponents surrendering73.435.526-6043.9%7-2232.5%14-2066.4%391014187143
Team Stats (Home Games)73.536.328-6343.7%4-1628.2%14-2262.1%461412158126
Stats Against (All Games)57.727.321-5835.9%6-2129.3%10-1564.5%35811206154
vs opponents averaging69.132.325-5942.3%7-2331.5%12-1867.4%35813197144
Stats Against (Home Games)54.925.920-5834.9%6-2228.6%8-1461.6%34810217164
Average power rating of opponents played: SETON HALL 80.2,  RUTGERS 68.5
SETON HALL - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/10/2017FARLEIGH DICKINSON90-68W-24.5L -33-6650.0%441424-5642.9%2717
11/18/2017NEW JERSEY TECH82-53W-30L -30-6050.0%381220-5437.0%2918
11/23/2017*RHODE ISLAND74-75L-4L147O30-6347.6%411525-5942.4%3112
11/30/2017*TEXAS TECH89-79W-2.5W136O30-5950.8%371530-6347.6%3315
12/3/2017@ LOUISVILLE79-77W1.5W142O31-6845.6%351228-5749.1%3616
12/9/2017VA COMMONWEALTH90-67W-13W151O35-6454.7%381225-6538.5%3514
12/12/2017ST PETERS84-61W-21W134O31-6150.8%431323-5839.7%2715
12/16/2017@ RUTGERS              
12/31/2017ST JOHNS              
1/6/2018@ BUTLER              

RUTGERS - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/10/2017NY CITY TECH94-38W - -38-6261.3%601413-5822.4%2018
11/12/2017C CONN ST71-67W - -23-6535.4%421226-5448.1%3420
11/14/2017CLEVELAND ST70-38W-13W138U29-6544.6%45816-5230.8%3414
11/19/2017COPPIN ST64-39W - -24-6636.4%52816-5529.1%3617
11/21/2017BRYANT83-54W - -33-6848.5%441019-6031.7%3616
11/24/2017E CAROLINA61-47W-12.5W134.5U20-6232.3%42719-4938.8%3719
11/28/2017FLORIDA ST73-78L5T139O26-6440.6%411426-5844.8%369
12/3/2017@ MINNESOTA67-89L12L140O24-7432.4%431428-6145.9%4614
12/5/2017MICHIGAN ST52-62L14.5W136.5U17-6625.8%451022-5738.6%4515
12/7/2017NEW JERSEY TECH73-64W - -29-5058.0%401923-7530.7%4212
12/9/2017FARLEIGH DICKINSON92-54W - -33-6253.2%491319-5932.2%3015
12/16/2017SETON HALL              
12/22/2017STONY BROOK              
1/3/2018@ PURDUE              
RUTGERS: Last season: 15-18, ties most wins since 2012-13.
Who's gone: C C.J. Gettys, G Nigel Johnson (graduate transfer, Virginia), F Jonathan Laurent, G Khalil Batie, C Ibrahima Diallo.
Who's back: G Corey Sanders. The junior led the Scarlet Knights with team-high 12.8; F Deshawn Freeman. Athletic senior averaged 11.1 points in 33 games; G Mike Williams. The streaky shooting guard averaged 9.4 points. Fs Candido Sa, Issa Thiam, Shaquille Doorson and Eugene Omoruyi all played in 30-plus games last season but were minor contributors.
Who's new: G Soug Mensah. Junior college transfer will provide depth at guard. Freshmen F Mamadou Doucoure and C Myles Johnson give Rutgers big bodies up front. The 6-foot-9 Doucoure averaged 11 points, 14 rebounds and 3.0 blocks as a senior at Our Savior New American School on Long Island. The 6-10 Johnson played at Long Beach (California) Polytechnic High School. He had eight points, 10 rebounds and seven blocks against a nationally-ranked Chino Hills in the playoffs. Freshman G Geo Baker will get playing time.
The Skinny: Rutgers has not been to the NCAA Tournament since 1991, the year Pikiell started his coaching career as an assistant at Connecticut. The Scarlet Knights have been picked to finish last in the conference. Getting more than three conference wins the season would be an improvement. Making the NIT for the first time since 2006 would be a major success.
No. 15 Seton Hall set for rivalry clash vs. Rutgers

PISCATAWAY, N.J. -- New Jersey's most intense rivalry is renewed when No. 15 Seton Hall visits Rutgers on Saturday in the "Garden State Hardwood Classic."

A sell-out crowd of 8,000 is expected at the Rutgers Athletic Center in the 69th meeting between the schools. The series started in 1916 with Seton Hall holding a 39-29 edge.

The Pirates (9-1) have won four straight over Rutgers (9-3) by an average margin of 18.8 points. But, going further back, 18 of the last 22 meetings have been decided by six points or less, or in overtime.

"This is one game you don't have to market," said Rutgers coach Steve Pikiell. "It's come a long way the last few years, and I'm excited about where we can move this rivalry to.

"We only get to play each other once a year. It's good when Seton Hall is good, it's good when we're good. So I think it's a good healthy rivalry, and I'm excited about it."

The rivalry extends beyond the court to the fan base. Rutgers is handing out red-and-blue towels that read "Deck the Hall" to all students.

"It's personal for everyone in Jersey. That's what everybody talks about all year," said Seton Hall guard Desi Rodriguez. "I think this year they'll give us a better game."

Earlier in the week, Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard admitted he didn't like playing at the Pirates' cozy on-campus Walsh Gym, which seats slightly more than 1,000. But he looks forward to the environment on Saturday.

"I love the RAC because whether you put 3,000 or 8,000 in there, it's loud," Willard said. "I think this is great for New Jersey basketball, especially the college basketball scene. They're good, we're good. It's a big game."

The rivalry goes beyond the two schools, separated by only 27 miles. For senior guards Khadeen Carrington of Seton Hall and Mike Williams of Rutgers, it's personal. They played together at Bishop Loughlin (N.Y.) High School.

Carrington has successfully made the switch from shooting guard to the point as he leads the team with 42 assists and has just 17 turnovers. In the win over Saint Peter's on Tuesday, he tallied five assists without turning the ball over. He has committed only 14 fouls in 292 minutes.

"Khadeen told me about that (transition) during the summer," Williams said. "I feel like he's handling that role very well. I always knew he was capable of doing it."

Both players admit to not texting or calling each other until the game is over.

"It's just bragging rights," Carrington said. "After we play we'll talk some more."

Seton Hall big man Angel Delgado has been dominant in his three games in the series. In three wins he's averaged 14 points and 14 rebounds while shooting 53 percent, and he's earned Joe Calabrese MVP honors in the past two meetings.

Freshman center Mamadou Doucoure will get the primary responsibility of guarding Delgado, who has registered 57 career double-doubles. Pikiell said Doucoure will get plenty of help from forwards Shaq Doorson and Candido Sa in fronting the Pirates' senior big man.

"We have a few guys," Pikiell said.

"We have to do a good job and make sure he (Delgado) doesn't foul everybody out in our frontcourt. "I'll tell him (Doucoure) the same advice I tell my guys whenever we play a great player: It's team defense, it's not one guy.

"Real estate is very important, and he (Delgado) gets great real estate. He's smart. You've always got to keep a body on him and you've got to bring some help from different angles."

The teams are in an eight-year schedule agreement that runs through 2020.

Last Updated: 12/16/2018 11:02:15 AM EST

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