Welcome to the first installment of Glass of Juice, a daily roundup of notable Seton Hall and college basketball news. If we missed anything, feel free to voice your discontent in the comments section!
Without further ado, your news:
The Seton Hall Athletics website published a very informative (if you're unfamiliar with Andre Barrett, or even if you are) piece on 'Dre, who is set to be inducted into the Seton Hall Athletics Hall of Fame on Monday.
Seton Hall's departed point guard is listed on Israel's roster, despite his recent engagement in military related activities in Israel. PirateCrew.com has reported that there is around a 50/50 chance of Maayan returning for next season.
2013 power forward Billy Magarity Jr. will play in the same tournament, but for Sweden. The event runs from July 9th to 21st.
Yeah, this isn't good for Mr. Hairston or his two friends. Here is a link to the police report. Cigars (doubt they were going to be smoked as is), a handgun, ammo, bagged out marijuana, all in a rental Yukon.
And Rutgers is slowly making progress towards how to correctly handle basically anything related to their athletics department.
Maryland head coach Mark Turgeon is doing work in the Class of 2014. Seton Hall target Jared Nickens (Westtown, Pa.) was planning on visiting Maryland (may also be favoring them), but the Terps seem to be landing all of their top targets (outside of Dwayne Morgan, UNLV) and may not need him anymore.
Hopefully. Because basketball, or any sport for that matter, is not meant to be played on a massive military vessel. Why not try a few games or a non-conference tournament in Europe?
After a successful 37-19 season that did not result in an NCAA bid for the Seton Hall baseball team, two of their pitchers have been drafted by MLB organizations.
Most of you weren't watching a World Cup qualifier against Jamaica on beIN late on a Friday night. Most of you missed out on a crazy, dramatic match.
Jamaica equalized on a late goal by Jermaine Beckford in the 89th minute off of a set piece. With four minutes of stoppage time allowed, the Stars and Stripes quickly notched a crucial go-ahead goal via Seattle's Brad Evans in the 92nd minute. A draw would have not been good for the United States' chances of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup.
The USMNT hosts Panama on Tuesday night in Seattle. The match is on ESPN at 6:30ET.