Foul, Turnover Trouble Leads to Loss Against Seton Hall

Nov. 20, 2007

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Loyola (3-2) senior guard Gerald Brown, last season's 10th-leading scorer nationally at 22.2 points per game, scored 18 points but picked up his third foul with eight minutes left in the first half, and Seton Hall capitalized en route to a 94-80 win Tuesday.

Once Brown was on the bench, the Pirates pressed on defense and forced five of their 13 turnovers in the half to take a commanding 51-36 lead.

The game was tied at 26-26 when Harvey scored eight points and Larry Davis added two steals during an 18-4 onslaught to push their lead to 44-30 with 3:44 remaining.

Seton Hall held an 8-1 edge on the offensive boards in the first half, and made all but one of their 14 free throws. The Greyhounds made all three attempts at the line.

The Pirates led 51-36 at halftime.

The Greyhounds trailed at the break despite shooting 15-of-26 (57.7 percent) from the field.