SOUTH ORANGE, N.J. -- Quincy McKnight scored 25 points, made all nine of his free throw attempts and had four steals and Seton Hall erupted in the second half for a 75-55 win over Prairie View A&M on Sunday.
The Pirates shot 7 of 23 in the first half -- including all seven missed 3-point attempts -- and Prairie View led 27-22 at halftime. Seton Hall then turned it around shooting 57.6% (19 of 33) and outscored the Panthers 53-28.
Seton Hall starts Big East Conference action when it travels to DePaul on Dec. 30.
After a Dec. 30 home contest against NAIA-member Huston-Tillotson, the Panthers begin Southwestern Athletic Conference play Jan. 4 at home against Alcorn State.
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