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2017 Schedule
21-12, 3rd in Big East

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Trevon Duval: "I'm working toward making a decision. It's getting easier. Everybody has a chance." Duke, Kansas, Arizona, Baylor, Seton Hall.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Former Oklahoma State commit Amauri Hardy has heard from Washington, UNLV, Cincinnati, Georgia Tech, Seton Hall and Arkansas. Four-star guard.

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24dChad Ford

Angel Delgado testing draft waters

The Seton Hall junior forward averaged an NCAA-best 13 rebounds per game this season. That could land him in the second round if he stays in the draft.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Top uncommitted prospect Trevon Duval making plays in the early part of practice. Terrific in transition, elite when it comes to finishing at the rim. Considering Duke, Arizona. Kansas, Seton Hall, Baylor.

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36dSteve Smith

Gaze can't shake what-ifs of 1989 Seton Hall loss

Andrew Gaze, an Australian basketball icon, still cringes at the thought of the controversial foul call that went against his Seton Hall team in the 1989 NCAA championship game.

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Stingy defense carries Razorbacks past Pirates (1:43)
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39dGreg Rosenstein

Tournament Challenge: USC's upset over SMU causes a stir

Through six games Friday of the 2017 NCAA tournament, here's a look at what the results mean for the ESPN Tournament Challenge:Following USC's win over SMU, 4,648 perfect brackets remained out of 18,797,085.

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Williams calls Seton Hall foul 'worst call' of the tourney (1:48)

ESPN Stats and Information  

Was the right call made against Seton Hall's Desi Rodriguez? Here's how the NCAA rule book defines a flagrant 1.

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Anderson talks Razorbacks' win (1:13)

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Seton Hall's Desi Rodriguez after the game on flagrant 1 at end. "I didn't realize how hard I pushed him, but I thought it was a Basketball play. It wasn't intentional."

Jeff Goodman ESPN Insider 

Arkansas coach Mike Anderson on controversial flagrant 1: "I thought there was no play on the ball. He pushed the guy."

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Late flagrant helps Arkansas down Seton Hall

Jaylen Barford hit the go-ahead layup with 57.8 seconds left to help Arkansas hold off Seton Hall 77-71 on Friday in the first round of the NCAA tournament.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

No. 8 Arkansas beats No. 9 Seton Hall 77-71, but the ViewFromVegas is that it was an upset as Seton Hall closed as a consensus 1-point favorite here in Las Vegas (7 of 13 sports book operators). After it was a back-and-forth battle throughout, Arkansas benefitted from a controversial Flagrant 1 foul call late in the game that helped the Razorbacks pull away. The extra two free throws also helped the game climb over the betting total of 147 points.

Team Stats

Points Per Game73.2177th
Rebounds Per Game39.815th
Assists Per Game12.2Tied-255th
Points Allowed70.4126th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record15-10
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances10