Seton Hall beats Georgetown, students can’t storm court

Seton Hall Coach Kevin Willard called his team’s defeat of No. 9 Georgetown “a huge win for us.”

But while The Post headline says the Hoyas were trampled in Newark, the trampling wasn’t done by any happy Seton Hall students. Security officials forcibly prevented students from storming the court after the win, which didn’t look like a whole lot of fun.

One student managed to break through the cordon and run for freedom on the court. Then he got tackled. See below.

(Via @CasualHoya and Deadspin.)

Dan Steinberg writes about all things D.C. sports at the D.C. Sports Bog.

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