2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
19-6, 1st in A 10
VCU connects on massive alley-oop poster (0:29)
VCU's Van slams in transition (0:22)
Jermone sinks 3 and picks up foul for Virginia (0:41)
Clark gets tough shot to fall for Virginia (0:27)
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Rhode Island beats VCU for 14th straight win (0:59)
URI's Russell swishes in big 3-pointer (0:22)

Mike Corey ESPN Commentator 

Justin Tillman for VCU takes us behind the scenes before they get set to battle #22 Rhode Island at home on Friday night! It's #1 vs. #2 in the A-10 from the Siegel Center which will be sold out for the 113th consecutive game! It all starts Friday night at 7pm ET on ESPN2

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Found this interesting. Kevin Willard said Seton Hall tried out four different press offenses in the week leading up to this VCU game -- and he didn't like any of them. Decided to go back to what they usually do against pressure. (Clearly it worked just fine.)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

FINAL: Seton Hall 90, VCU 67 Seton Hall was clicking offensively, especially in the second half. They have three guys who can consistently get their own shot or create off the dribble, plus Angel Delgado down low. No letdown game after winning at Louisville on Sunday.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Seton Hall has turned this into a rout in the second half. Pirates have five guys with between 12 and 17 points, shooting nearly 68 percent since halftime. VCU just can't stop them from scoring inside.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Really strong second half for Desi Rodriguez so far. Six points, two rebounds, three assists in five minutes. There's no prayer of stopping him once he gets going downhill to his left.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Seton Hall consistently went to the rim in the first half -- and that 13-point lead over VCU could have been bigger if they didn't miss a bunch of easy shots in the lane. Both teams are tough, aggressive, fearless.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Myles Powell gives Seton Hall another dimension offensively, replacing Madison Jones in the starting lineup from last season. Can get hot in a hurry from 3-point range, but has also improved his playmaking this season.

Team Stats

Points Per Game70.8
Rebounds Per Game37.2
Assists Per Game13.4
Points Allowed62.715th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record13-16
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances16