Newark, NJ - Back for a tempo free look. Post game Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard remarked the Pirate defense was not up to par the second half. Seton Hall opened up a close game dominating the final 16 minutes in a 76-61 victory. Decided to use a tempo free breakdown of the St.Peter's offense, reflecting the Hall defense each half: First Half: Points 30 Offensive Efficiency (points per posession times 100) 100 Second Half: Points 31 Offensive Efficiency: 100 A consistent 100 efficiency allowed by the Pirate defense. In truth, 100 is a bit above, but not woefully poor, the normal average to allow. Willard was probably most concerned with the perimeter as St. Peter's shot 5 for 11 (46%) the final twenty minutes. Final note...the Hall's offensive efficiency was an off the charts 142 following intermission.
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