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Big East schedule: Seton Hall opens league play at home against defending regular-season champion Providence

Seton Hall will open the 2022-23 Big East Conference schedule by hosting reigning regular-season champion Providence on Saturday, Dec. 17 (12:30, Fox).Other key dates include coach Mike Anderson and St. John’s visiting The Rock on New Year’s Eve; Dan Hurley and UConn comin...

Seton Hall will open the 2022-23 Big East Conference schedule by hosting reigning regular-season champion Providence on Saturday, Dec. 17 (12:30, Fox).

Other key dates include coach Mike Anderson and St. John’s visiting The Rock on New Year’s Eve; Dan Hurley and UConn coming Jan. 18; Patrick Ewing and Georgetown tripping to Prudential Center Feb. 14; and new Villanova coach Kyle Neptune and Villanova visiting Feb. 28.

Each of the league’s 11 teams will play a 20-game schedule in a double round-robin format.

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The regular season ends on Saturday, March 4, with Seton Hall at Providence.

The Big East Tournament will be played in Madison Square Garden for the 41st consecutive year. It is the longest running postseason championship in college basketball at the same venue. The dates of the 2022 tourney are March 8-11.

Below is Seton Hall’s Big East schedule. The Pirates open a brutal non-conference schedule Nov. 9 against Monmouth and will also host Iowa of the Big Ten while visiting defending NCAA champion Kansas Dec. 1 and Garden State rival Rutgers Dec. 11.

2022-23 Conference Schedule

Saturday, December 17

Providence at Seton Hall

Tuesday, December 20

Seton Hall at Xavier

Tuesday, December 27

Seton Hall at Xavier

Saturday, December 31

St. John’s at Seton Hall

Tuesday, January 3

Seton Hall at Creighton

Saturday, January 7

Butler at Seton Hall

Tuesday, January 10

Seton Hall at Georgetown

Saturday, January 14

Seton Hall at DePaul

Wednesday, January 18

UConn at Seton Hall

Saturday, January 21

Marquette at Seton Hall

Saturday, January 28

Seton Hall at Butler

Wednesday, February 1

Seton Hall at St. John’s (Carnesecca Arena)

Sunday, February 5

DePaul at Seton Hall

Wednesday, February 8

Creighton at Seton Hall

Saturday, February 11

Seton Hall at Villanova (WF)

Tuesday, February 14

Georgetown at Seton Hall

Saturday, February 18

Seton Hall at UConn

Friday, February 24

Xavier at Seton Hall

Saturday, February 28

Villanova at Seton Hall

Saturday, March 4

Seton Hall at Providence

The BIG EAST Tournament at Madison Square Garden

March 8 First-Round Tripleheader

March 9 Quarterfinal Doubleheader

Quarterfinal Doubleheader

March 10 Semifinal Doubleheader

March 11 Championship Game

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HS Football: Butler Upsets Hasbrouck Heights 28-21

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - There is no love for Hasbrouck Heights in Butler, who still remember the two defeats to the Aviators in 2018, the second culminating in Hasbrouck Heights being the...

HASBROUCK HEIGHTS, NJ - There is no love for Hasbrouck Heights in Butler, who still remember the two defeats to the Aviators in 2018, the second culminating in Hasbrouck Heights being the first ever North Group 1 Bowl champion, following a 41-7 win at MetLife Stadium. So Friday night's 28-21 win over the Aviators had to feel good for the Bulldogs and their fans.

Butler took an early lead in the first quarter as quarterback Bobby Battipede found Wyatt Frawley on a slant route for a 32-yard catch-and-run touchdown. With the extra point converted by Jack McNear, the Bulldogs went up 7-0 with just 2 and a half minutes shaved off the clock.

Butler added another seven points to their score in the second quarter following a 5-yard draw by running back Rocco Presti and an extra point by McNear with 9:16 remaining in the half. This scoring drive started from midfield and saw Presti rack up over 40 yards on six carries.

Hasbrouck Heights answered late in the second half with 2:25 remaining. A big run from sophomore Jake Summers set up quarterback Frank Billings connection to tight end Joey Formisano on a rollout pass to his left. The extra point was converted by kicker George Kouletas to bring the score within one possession at 14-7.

Butler mounted another scoring drive in the late second quarter. The Bulldogs started from their own 20 yard-line. Battipede managed to get into enemy territory with a combined 38 yards on three quarterback draws. Battipede connected with receiver Wyatt Frawley on the left sideline on a comeback route for 16 yards to the opponent 25 yard-line. Battipede found with Frawley again on the next play for an eight yard gain. Battipede and Frawley connected for the third straight time to punch it into the end zone for a 17-yard touchdown pass. Frawley was hit on the reception by a Hasbrouck Heights defender and shaken up in the end zone but was able to leave under his own power. The extra point by McNear brought the score back to two possessions at 21-7 with just 22 seconds remaining.

To close out the first half, the Aviators attempted a 40-yard field goal from Kouletas, but it was just short of the crossbar.

Following a punt from the Aviators to open the second half, the Bulldogs went on another scoring drive to go up by a commanding three possessions. Battipede rushed for a 30 yard touchdown up the middle on a designed run play. McNear converted his fourth extra point to go up 28-7 with 6:42 in the third quarter.

Hasbrouck Heights got on the board two more times. Senior running back Anthony DiLascio punched in a 6-yard touchdown run to make the score 28-14 following Kouletas’s extra point with 8:11 in the fourth quarter. Their final drive came with 4:20 on the clock. The offense drove down field from their own 43. Billings found Joshua Rodriguez on a touchdown pass in the left corner of the end zone for 5 yards with 52 seconds remaining.

The ensuing onside kick attempt was recovered by Butler, and the Bulldogs ran out the clock for the win with the final score, 28-21.

Hasbrouck Heights Stats

Passing -- Frankie Billings 13 - 18 for 157 yards 2 TDs

Receiving -- Joshua Rodriguez -- 9 rec for 101 yards 1 TD

Joey Formisano --1 rec for 6 yards 1TD

Jake Summers -- 1 rec for 33 yards

Anthony DiLascio -- 2 rec for 17 yards

Rushing -- Frankie Billings -- 11 rushes for 58 yards

Anthony DiLascio -- 18 rushes for 73 yards

AJ Parente -- 1 rush for 11 yards

1 2 3 4 Final
Butler 7 14 7 0 28
Hasbrouck Heights 0 7 0 14 21

Hasbrouck Heights Stats

Passing -- Frankie Billings 13 - 18 for 157 yards 2 TDs

Receiving -- Joshua Rodriguez -- 9 rec for 101 yards 1 TD

Joey Formisano --1 rec for 6 yards 1TD

Jake Summers -- 1 rec for 33 yards

Anthony DiLascio -- 2 rec for 17 yards

Rushing -- Frankie Billings -- 11 rushes for 58 yards

Anthony DiLascio -- 18 rushes for 73 yards

AJ Parente -- 1 rush for 11 yard

Eagles add 2 players to practice squad, release ex-Jets player and QB in process

The Eagles continued to tinker with their practice squad Wednesday, making a couple of changes that included the addition of another wide receiver while parting ways with a running back and moving on from a backup quarterback once again.The team announced it had signed wide receiver Auden Tate and tight end ...

The Eagles continued to tinker with their practice squad Wednesday, making a couple of changes that included the addition of another wide receiver while parting ways with a running back and moving on from a backup quarterback once again.

The team announced it had signed wide receiver Auden Tate and tight end Dalton Keene to the practice squad while releasing running back La’Mical Perine and quarterback Reid Sinnett.

Keene, who was with the New England Patriots last season, has played in six career games since entering the league in 2020, had three catches for 16 yards. However, Keene is looking to return after missing all of last season with a knee injury.

Tate is a bigger receiver (6-feet, 5-inches, 228 pounds) who played four seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals, catching 61 passes for 799 yards and two touchdowns during his time with the team. Tate also spent time with the Atlanta Falcons this preseason before he was let go. The team has added bigger wide receivers in the past, such as Hakeem Butler, with the hopes of converting them to tight end, which could be the case with Tate.

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Perine’s quick stint on the Eagles practice squad ended after the Eagles picked up running back Trey Sermon off waivers. Although both are young running backs, Sermon looks like he will be on the 53-man roster for the season while the Eagles still have Kennedy Brooks on their practice squad. Brooks spent the entire preseason with the Eagles and knew the offense.

As for Sinnett, once the Eagles claimed Ian Book off waivers from the New Orleans Saints, he became the odd man out. Sinnett had a solid start to training camp but struggled as the preseason went along, culminating in a less-than-stellar performance against the Miami Dolphins in the final preseason game. Book will likely be the quarterback who is inactive on gamedays but still provides depth at the position in the form of a developmental quarterback.

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Boys soccer: Results, links and featured coverage for Friday, Sept. 9

Friday, Sept. 9FEATURED GAMESNo. 4 Kearny 2, No. 12 Ramsey 1Florence 3, Moorestown Friends 0TOP 20 SCOREBOARDSTATEWIDE SCOREBOARDFriday, Sep. 9Pemberton 7, Medford Tech 0 - Box ScoreRiverside 6, Burlington City 1 - Box ScoreFlorence 3, Moorestown Frien...

Friday, Sept. 9

FEATURED GAMES

No. 4 Kearny 2, No. 12 Ramsey 1

Florence 3, Moorestown Friends 0

TOP 20 SCOREBOARD

STATEWIDE SCOREBOARD

Friday, Sep. 9

Pemberton 7, Medford Tech 0 - Box Score

Riverside 6, Burlington City 1 - Box Score

Florence 3, Moorestown Friends 0 - Box Score

Willingboro 3, Westampton Tech 2 - Box Score

Kearny 2, Ramsey 1 - Box Score

Lower Cape May 3, Cape May Tech 0 - Box Score

Collingswood 9, Pennsauken Tech 0 - Box Score

Ewing 2, Lawrence 1 - Box Score

Somerset Tech 3, South Amboy 1 - Box Score

Middlesex 2, St. Thomas Aquinas 0 - Box Score

Dunellen 2, Manville 1 - Box Score

South Plainfield 6, Wardlaw-Hartridge 0 - Box Score

Calvary Christian (Old Bridge) 3, East Brunswick Tech 2 - Box Score

Piscataway Tech 1, Edison Academy 0 - Box Score

Woodbridge Magnet 5, Perth Amboy Magnet 0 - Box Score

College Achieve Central Charter 4, Iselin Kennedy 0 - Box Score

Ferris 7, BelovED Charter 0 - Box Score

Kearny 2, Ramsey 1 - Box Score

Palisades Park 2, Hawthorne Christian 0 - Box Score

North Arlington 8, Hasbrouck Heights 1 - Box Score

Park Ridge 3, Hawthorne 1 - Box Score

Becton 5, Weehawken 1 - Box Score

Bogota 6, Midland Park 2 - Box Score

Rutherford 6, Manchester Regional 2 - Box Score

Garfield 5, Wallington 3 - Box Score

New Milford 5, Butler 0 - Box Score

Cresskill 2, Leonia 0 - Box Score

Collingswood 9, Pennsauken Tech 0 - Box Score

Science Park 7, Shabazz 0 - Box Score

Technology 3, Payne Tech 1 - Box Score

Newark East Side 2, Columbia 0 - Box Score

West Orange 1, Livingston 0 - Box Score

Belleville 10, East Orange 0 - Box Score

Newark Academy 3, Cedar Grove 0 - Box Score

Montclair 2, Millburn 0 - Box Score

Newark Tech 3, West Caldwell Tech 2 - Box Score

Orange 5, Newark Collegiate 0 - Box Score

Toms River South 1, Central Regional 0 - Box Score

Point Pleasant Beach 5, Keyport 1 - Box Score

Dunellen 2, Manville 1 - Box Score

Pitman 6, Salem 0 - Box Score

Penns Grove 3, Glassboro 2 - Box Score

Gloucester Tech 2, Washington Township 1 - Box Score

Kingsway 3, Williamstown 2 - Box Score

Delsea 2, Triton 0 - Box Score

Highland 2, Cumberland 1 - Box Score

Clayton 9, Cumberland Christian 0 - Box Score

Timber Creek 2, Deptford 0 - Box Score

Florence 3, Moorestown Friends 0 - Box Score

Life Center 7, Academy of the New Church (PA) 3 - Box Score

Clayton 9, Cumberland Christian 0 - Box Score

College Achieve Central Charter 4, Iselin Kennedy 0 - Box Score

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Creighton men's basketball unveils BIG EAST schedule with Christmas home game

OMAHA (KMTV) — The Creighton men's basketball team announced its entire BIG EAST Conference schedule, which features a home game against DePaul on Christmas Day on Fox starting at 3:30 p.m.Here is the entire Jays' schedule:Sun. Oct. 30 Oct. 30 DRURY (Exh.) (FloSports) CHI Health Center Omaha 6:00 p.m.Mon. Nov. 7 ST. THOMAS (FS1 Whiparound) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:30 p.m.Thur. Nov. 10 Nov. 10 NORTH DAKOTA (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 8:00 p.m.Mon. Nov. 14 Nov. 14 HOLY CROSS (CBSSN) CHI Health Center...

OMAHA (KMTV) — The Creighton men's basketball team announced its entire BIG EAST Conference schedule, which features a home game against DePaul on Christmas Day on Fox starting at 3:30 p.m.

Here is the entire Jays' schedule:

Sun. Oct. 30 Oct. 30 DRURY (Exh.) (FloSports) CHI Health Center Omaha 6:00 p.m.

Mon. Nov. 7 ST. THOMAS (FS1 Whiparound) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:30 p.m.

Thur. Nov. 10 Nov. 10 NORTH DAKOTA (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 8:00 p.m.

Mon. Nov. 14 Nov. 14 HOLY CROSS (CBSSN) CHI Health Center Omaha 8:00 p.m.

Thur. Nov. 17 Nov. 17 UC RIVERSIDE (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:30 p.m.

Maui Jim Maui Invitational

Mon. Nov. 21 Nov. 21 vs. Texas Tech # (ESPN2) Maui, Hawaii 1:30 p.m.

Tue. Nov. 22 Nov. 22 vs. Louisville/Arkansas # (ESPN/ESPN2) Maui, Hawaii 1:30 pm or 7:00 p.m.

Wed. Nov. 23 vs. TBD (Ohio State/San Diego State/Arizona/Cincinnati) (TBD) Maui, Hawaii TBD

Thur. Dec. 1 at Texas Austin, Texas TBD

Sun. Dec. 4 NEBRASKA (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 3:30 p.m.

Jack Jones Hoopfest

Sat. Dec. 10 Dec. 10 vs. BYU (FS1) Las Vegas, Nev. 9:00 p.m.

Mon. Dec. 12 vs. Arizona State (FS1) Las Vegas, Nev. Las Vegas, Nev. 8:00 p.m.

Fri. Dec. 16 at Marquette * (FS1) Milwaukee, Wis. 7:30 p.m.

Thur. Dec. 22 BUTLER * (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:00 p.m.

Sun. Dec. 25 DEPAUL * (FOX) CHI Health Center Omaha 3:30 p.m.

Tue. Jan. 3 SETON HALL * (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:30 p.m.

Sat. Jan. 7 at Connecticut * (FOX) Storrs, Conn. 11:00 a.m.

Wed. Jan. 11 at Xavier * (FS1) Cincinnati, Ohio 5:30 / 6:00 p.m.

Sat. Jan. 14 PROVIDENCE * (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 1:00 p.m.

Tue. Jan. 17 at Butler * (FS1) Indianapolis, Ind. 5:30 / 6:00 p.m.

Wed. Jan. 25 ST. JOHN’S * (CBSSN) CHI Health Center Omaha 8:00 p.m.

Sat. Jan. 28 XAVIER * (CBS) CHI Health Center Omaha 11:15 a.m.

Wed. Feb. 1 at Georgetown * (CBSSN) Washington, D.C. 5:30 p.m.

Sat. Feb. 4 VILLANOVA * (FOX) CHI Health Center Omaha 6:30 p.m.

Wed. Feb. 8 at Seton Hall * (FS1) Newark, N.J. 5:30 p.m.

Sat. Feb. 11 CONNECTICUT * (FOX) CHI Health Center Omaha 1:00 p.m.

Tue. Feb. 14 at Providence * (FS1) Providence, R.I. 6:00 / 6:30 p.m.

Sat. Feb. 18 at St. John’s * (FS1) Queens, N.Y. 6:30 p.m.

Tue. Feb. 21 MARQUETTE * (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:30 p.m.

Sat. Feb. 25 at Villanova * (FOX) Philadelphia, Pa. 11:00 a.m.

Wed. March 1 GEORGETOWN * (FS1) CHI Health Center Omaha 7:30 p.m.

Sat. March 4 at DePaul * (FOX/FS1) Chicago, Ill. TBD

BIG EAST Conference Tournament

Wed. March 8 First Round (FS1) New York City, N.Y. 2 p.m. / 4:30 p.m. / 7 p.m.

Thu. March 9 Quarterfinals (FS1) New York City, N.Y. 11 a.m. / 1:30 p.m. / 6 p.m. / 8:30 p.m.

Fri. March 10 Semifinals (FS1) New York City, N.Y. 5:30 p.m. / 8 p.m. 5:30 p.m. / 8 p.m.

Sat. March 11 Championship (FOX) New York City, N.Y. 5:30 p.m.

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