Big East Tournament 2012, Seton Hall Vs. Louisville, Halftime Score: Pirates Trail, 23-22

The Seton Hall Pirates trail the Louisville Cardinals, 23-22, after one half of play from Madison Square Garden in the 2012 Big East Tournament.

Both teams struggled against the defensive efforts of the other in the first half. As a result, the scoring was at a premium and the shooting percentages were low, 26.7% for the Cardinals and 25% for the Pirates. Seton Hall was only 2-11 from behind the arc while Louisville was just 3-9 on their three-point attempts. The Pirates did outrebound Louisville, 21-15, and made 8-10 at the free throw line.

Louisville lost their lead in a sequence of bad fouls from behind the three-point line on Pirate jump shooters. Seton Hall converted all six free throws to take a 22-20 lead with 2:45 to play. However, Seton Hall returned the favor on this play which allowed Louisville to regain the lead.

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Peyton Siva had a solid first half for the Cardinals. Siva has a team high seven points, four rebounds, one assist. Watch him in action below.


Seton Hall was led by seven points from Fuquan Edwin and Brandon Mobley.

- For complete coverage of the Big East Tournament, check back to this SB Nation New York StoryStream. For more on the Big East Conference, visit the SB Nation blog Big East Coast Bias.

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