Jeff Ngandu, a 6-foot-9 center from the Congo who played in Canada, has signed a letter of intent to join the Seton Hall Pirates.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/5W 105-71
- 11/9W 74-57
- 11/143L 76-73
- 11/17W 83-66
- 11/23W 87-51
- 11/2711L 71-69
- 11/28W 81-56
- 11/29W 84-76
- 12/8L 76-66
- 12/14L 68-48
- 12/197W 52-48
- 12/22W 75-55
- 12/30W 74-66
- 1/3W 78-62
- 1/8W 83-71
- 1/11W 69-55
- 1/155W 78-70
- 1/18W 82-79
- 1/22W 73-64
- 1/29W 64-57
- 2/1L 74-62
- 2/5W 78-71
- 2/810W 70-64
- 2/1223L 87-82
- 2/15L 74-71
- 2/1921W 74-72
- 2/23W 81-65
- 2/29W 88-79
- 3/414L 79-77
- 3/711L 77-60
- Full Schedule
Big East commissioner Val Ackerman discussed the hurdles, and timeline, for sports to return to her league in 2020-21.
- Ngandu signs letter of intent with Seton Hall
- Mizzou swingman Jackson transfers to Seton Hall
- Ex-Harvard guard Aiken commits to Seton Hall
- Bey, Garza, Powell, Pritchard, Toppin win awards
Swingman Tray Jackson has signed an offer to transfer from Missouri to Seton Hall.
Top-five graduate transfer Bryce Aiken, a former Harvard guard, committed to Seton Hall, choosing the Pirates over Maryland, Iowa State and Michigan.
The positional awards for the 2019-20 college basketball season went to Villanova small forward Saddiq Bey, Iowa center Luka Garza, Seton Hall shooting guard Myles Powell, Oregon point guard Payton Pritchard and Dayton power forward Obi Toppin.
Kansas' Udoka Azubuike, Iowa's Luka Garza, Marquette's Markus Howard, Seton Hall's Myles Powell and Dayton's Obi Toppin are the finalists for the John R. Wooden Award, which goes to the most outstanding player in college basketball.
Dayton star Obi Toppin is the lone unanimous first-team choice to The Associated Press college basketball All-America team announced Friday.
Preseason All-American Myles Powell has no regrets about returning for his senior season at No. 16 Seton Hall despite the Big East and NCAA tournaments being canceled because of the spread of the new coronavirus.
Selection Sunday 2020 will not take place, but these teams were still in play for a bid before conference tourneys and the NCAA tournament were canceled.
There are 353 Division I men's basketball teams. And most won't win it all. We break down the near misses.
The Jayhawks remain No. 1 in the rankings, but several other teams are unsettled heading into Champ Week.
The madness is upon us. Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich tip off the podcast discussing Utah State's upset of San Diego State, Bradley punching its ticket to the dance, Florida's meltdown against Kentucky and the incredible environment at Dayton. Then, Joe Lunardi joins the pod (19:37) to talk about the drama with Archie Miller, why the bubble is going to live in the Pac-12 and the American conference tournaments, rewarding winning over mediocrity, and East Tennessee possibly being this year's Belmont. Finally, the guys close by giving their thoughts on Penn State, Auburn, Seton Hall, Michigan State, Baylor, Michigan, Gonzaga, BYU and Villanova ahead of the postseason (43:57).
Marcus Zegarowski made all five of his 3-pointers and finished with 23 points to lead No. 11 Creighton to a share of the Big East Conference regular-season title with a 77-60 victory over No. 8 Seton Hall on Saturday.
The Big 12, Big East and Big Ten placed three players on the Wooden Award ballot.
We make our (perhaps obvious) picks for the second installment of Duke-UNC, and look at the league races going down to the wire.
ESPN.com panelists discuss their current ballots in the closing days of the 2020 Wooden Award race.
Saddiq Bey scored 20 points and No. 14 Villanova overcame some late free-throw shooting woes to prevent No. 8 Seton Hall from clinching the Big East regular-season title with a 79-77 victory on Wednesday night.
Kansas continues to lead the rankings, but another wild weekend results in more shuffling for several programs.
Myles Powell scored 28 points and Sandro Mamukelashvili added 26 as No. 13 Seton Hall built a big second-half lead and then held off Marquette 88-79 on Saturday.
The Baylor-Kansas winner was going to claim the top spot anyway, but Gonzaga and San Diego State both losing made it an easy call.