Seton Hall Announces 2009-10 Men’s Basketball Schedule

SOUTH ORANGE – Seton Hall has announced the starting times and television assignments for its men’s basketball games for the 2009-10 season.  The Pirates’ slate features 10 games on national television.

Seton Hall’s home schedule includes five games in the afternoon and 12 in the evening.
All 18 of the Pirates’ BIG EAST match-ups will be televised either nationally or regionally this season.  Seton Hall will play in the first conference game of the year, Saturday, Dec. 26 vs. West Virginia, on CBS at 3:30 p.m.  Following the CBS game, the Pirates will appear on national TV on Jan. 2 vs. Virginia Tech on ESPN2, Jan. 14 at Georgetown on ESPN or ESPN2, Jan. 21 vs. Louisville on ESPN or ESPN2, Jan. 28 at USF on ESPN or ESPN2, Feb. 2 at Villanova on ESPNU, Feb. 11 vs. Notre Dame on ESPNU, Feb. 20 at West Virginia on ESPN, Mar. 4 at Rutgers on ESPN or ESPN2 and Mar. 6 at Providence on ESPN360.


The remaining nine conference games will be BIG EAST Network local telecasts with seven being broadcasted on SNY, one being shown on MSG and one being shown on MSG+.
The Pirates’ game vs. DePaul on Sunday, February 14 is the BIG EAST Network Game of the Week.

The remaining eight non-conference games will be available online via live video stream on “Hall Pass” at

The broadcast team of Gary Cohen and Dave Popkin will be back for their seventh season covering Seton Hall on the Pirates’ radio flagship station, 77WABC.  For the third straight year, all Seton Hall broadcasts will be heard on 77WABC.

Seton Hall will open the 2009-10 regular season on Friday, November 13 vs. Saint Peter’s.  Game time is scheduled for 7 p.m.  Ticket information for the upcoming season is available by calling the Seton Hall Athletics Ticket Office at 1-973-275-HALL.

2009-10 Seton Hall Schedule (PDF format)

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