Seton Hall Basketball: Walk-On Peter Dill Highlighted On SportsCenter

Seton Hall Pirates' men's basketball walk-on player, Peter Dill, didn't score a game-winning basket in Tuesday night 75-63 upset victory over No. 8 Connecticut Huskies nor did he even play. So, what did the 6-foot-3, 200-pound guard from Long Hill, NJ do to make ESPN's SportsCenter? Just the most awesome bench celebrations ever!

Awesome Seton Hall Bench Reactions (via ESPN)

More on Dill's celebrations after the jump...

According to his player profile on the Seton Hall basketball's official site, the senior has played in four games this year and made is collegiate debut against Longwood University just a few weeks ago.

Now, if I am a betting man I'd guess that this will not be the last we see of Mr. Dill, who I am sure will either make some YouTube video or will be highlighted again on SportsCenter if he comes up with new material.

For more on the Seton Hall Pirates, visit the SB Nation blog South Orange Juice, while The UConn Blog has everything on the Huskies. For more coverage of Big East basketball, visit Big East Coast Bias.

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