Host Seton Hall defeated visiting Farleigh Dickinson in a dominant 85-55 victory. Kadary Richmond led the way with 14 points and seven rebounds in 26 minutes of play. Seton Hall never trailed in the game, improving their record to 2-0 for the season. This win came after a less impressive performance in their season opener against St. Peter’s. Al-Amir Dawes contributed 13 points, including three of Seton Hall’s five 3-pointers. The Pirates now hold a 21-4 all-time record against Fairleigh Dickinson. Jaden Bediako recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Dre Davis added 11 points. Seton Hall shot 47.1 percent from the field and extended their winning streak to 29 games at their on-campus facility.
On the other hand, Farleigh Dickinson struggled throughout the game. Terrence Brown was the leading scorer for the Knights with 10 points, but it was not enough to overcome Seton Hall’s dominance. Under new coach Jack Castleberry, the Knights suffered their first loss of the season. After a record-breaking performance in their previous game, where they made 19 3-pointers, the Knights struggled to find their rhythm. They shot a dismal 28.3 percent from the field, missed 26 of their 31 attempted 3-pointers, and were outrebounded 61-28. Additionally, they committed 18 turnovers. Ansley Almonor, who had scored 24 points in the previous game, was limited to just six points on 2-of-13 shooting. As a result, the Knights were unable to achieve a 3-0 start for the first time since the 2002-03 season.
Seton Hall took control of the game from the beginning, establishing a 14-2 lead within the first five minutes. Jaden Bediako’s dunk extended their lead to 32-17 with 4:33 remaining in the first half. The Pirates continued to dominate and held a commanding 47-23 advantage at halftime. In the second half, Seton Hall maintained their momentum, going on an 8-0 run that included consecutive baskets by Kadary Richmond. This gave them a 61-33 lead with 13:41 left in the game, allowing the starters to rest for the remainder of the contest.
In conclusion, Seton Hall delivered a commanding performance against Farleigh Dickinson, securing an 85-55 victory. Kadary Richmond led the team with 14 points and seven rebounds, while Al-Amir Dawes contributed 13 points. Jaden Bediako recorded a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. On the other hand, Farleigh Dickinson struggled to find their rhythm, shooting poorly and committing numerous turnovers. Seton Hall’s dominance was evident from the beginning, as they established a significant lead and never looked back. This win extends Seton Hall’s winning streak at their on-campus facility to 29 games.
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