No. 3 Villanova edges Seton Hall in return from 27-day break
Cole Swider hit the winning free throw with 1.9 seconds left and Gillespie scored 22 points to help No. 3 Villanova win its first game in 27 days, 76-74 over Seton Hall on Tuesday night. Myles Cale pulled Seton Hall to 72-70 with 2:33 left and Nova’s Justin Moore was whistled for an offensive foul. Gillespie missed a 3 and Shavar Reynolds grabbed the defensive board to set up a late look for Seton Hall. “We lost a basketball game — we didn’t lose a puppy,” Seton Hall coach Kevin Willard said.