Pirates Head to Queens to Face St. John’s, Tuesday

Pirates Head to Queens to Face St. John’s, Tuesday

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QUEENS, NY — Carnesecca Arena SETON HALL (13-8, 6-5) vs. ST. JOHN’S (17-3, 8-3) Date Time Live Video Live Audio Live Stats Twitter Tue.,
Jan 31 7pm @SHUWBB

Seton Hall will be back in action on Tuesday January 31st when it makes the short trip to local BIG EAST rival St. John’s in Queens, NY. Tip time is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. ET.

The game will be broadcast live on the MSG Sports Network and live streamed for FloHoops subscribers with John Fanta and Kim Adams. As usual, the game will also be available over the airwaves at 89.5 FM WSOU and on wsou.net. Ryan Henry and Will Swankie will describe the action over the radio. Live statistics will also be available.

The WSOU now also broadcasts a post-game Hall Line after the women’s basketball games. Make sure you turn on after the last buzzer.

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The competition will be streamed on FloHoops, one of the world’s leading streaming services. Special Seton Hall prizes are only available through this link for fans wishing to subscribe to Seton Hall home and away events and all other live events on the FloSports platform. Fans with an .edu school address can purchase a subscription for $6.99 per month and all other fans can purchase a subscription for $12.50 per month. Non-Seton Hall pricing on FloHoops is typically $29.99 per month.

Four Pirates hit double digits, including Mya Bembry (West Orange, NJ), who set a career-high 14 points, but The Hall fell 74-66 in Georgetown on Wednesday.

The Pirates fell as much as 17 points behind in the first quarter after an 18-2 run by Hoyas, reducing their lead to just four points but failing to equalize. Georgetown shot 52.1% from the ground for the game, while The Hall only managed 29.3%.

Senior Lauren Park-Lane (Wilmington, Delaware) led The Hall by 20 points but had a rough night with her shot. She also had five rebounds and five assists. Bembry had 14 points on 7-for-11 shooting with four rebounds. Kae Satterfield (New York, NY) came off the bench for 13 points, six rebounds and five assists, while Sha’Lynn Hagans (Manassas, Virginia) averaged 10 points and six rebounds.


vs. Seton Hall All-Time vs. Red Storm: St. John’s leads, 49-37
Earlier this season:
72 Seton Hall, 51 St. John’s (F) – January 4, 2023 (Walsh Gym)

Junior Amari Wright (Jacksonville, Fla.) had a career-best performance and both Sidney Cooks (Kenosha, Wis.) and Park-Lane had double-doubles as the Pirates previously undefeated, No. 24 St. John’s, 72-51 put to flight , at Walsh Gym on January 4th.

Seton Hall was just 51 seconds behind and his defense kept the Red Storm at just 34.5% shooting for the game while forcing 21 turnovers. Hall had a 32-to-6 advantage in turnover points.

Wright’s performance was nothing short of perfect, scoring a career-high 17 points in 6-on-6 shooting from the field and 4-on-4 from the free-throw line. She also amassed a career-high seven steals. Cooks equaled Wright’s 17 points with 12 rebounds and three team-high assists, while Park-Lane had 15 points, 11 game-high assists and three steals.

This year, the Red Storm were picked for seventh place in the 11-man BIG EAST according to the preseason coaching poll. Kadaja Bailey was named to the Preseason All-BIG EAST Team. St. John’s lost First Team All-BIG EAST performer Leilani Correa but brought back four starters and brought in four transfers, including point guard Mimi Reid and Georgetown’s Jillian Archer.

So far, St. John’s have exceeded all expectations, going into the competition with an impressive 17-3 aggregate record and an 8-3 mark in Tuesday’s BIG EAST game. One of the last unbeaten teams, The Red Storm started the year 13-0 before The Hall put them to flight on January 4th. Since then, St. John’s have won 4-2 and go into Tuesday on a three-game winning streak.

Most recently, the Red Storm prevailed against Butler, 67-65, on Wednesday. Unique Drake had a team-high 16 points in the win. Jayla Everett goes into Tuesday’s game with a team-best 16.9 points per game, while Kadaja Bailey is second in double digits at 13.8 ppg.

Seton Hall will be back in action on Saturday February 4th when they host BIG EAST rivals Providence at Walsh Gymnasium. Tipping time is scheduled for 1:00 PM ET. The competition will be streamed live by the BIG EAST Digital Network and is available to FloHoops subscribers. Joe Walls and Mike Bellifemini will describe the action for WSOU FM.

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