Big East Tournament 2012, Seton Hall Vs. Louisville: Peyton Silva leads Louisville to win, 61-55

The Seton Hall Pirates were eliminated from the Big East Tournament on Wednesday night after they were defeated by a score of 61-55 by the Louisville Cardinals. Louisville will now go on to face No. 2 seed Marquette as the tournament continues.

Seton Hall was led by guard Jordan Theodore, who scored 17 points in the game, and Fuquan Edwin and Herb Pope, who each scored 11, while Brandon Mobley was the only player to come off the bench and score, adding seven points. However, the game was stolen away by Louisville guard Peyton Silva, who was the team's leading scorer with 14 points and a whole boat load of highlights.

Louisville's Kyle Kuric added 13 points and Russ Smith came off the bench to add 11.

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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