Creighton pulled off an 87-82 victory over No. 10 Seton Hall Wednesday night as they traveled to the Pirates home court in New Jersey.
The win pushes the Jays to a 19-6 record overall and keeps them at second in conference standings at 8-4, trailing only the Pirates. This was the team’s second top-10 road win of the season—the first time in program history Creighton has completed the task.
To complete the win the Bluejays saw five players in double digits including four tallying 18 a piece in the victory.
The momentum started in the first half as the Bluejays had their first big run of the contest scoring 11 unanswered points with under eight minutes to go which included three 3-pointers from junior guard Ty-Shon Alexander.