Jan. 12, 1998
Providence vs. Seton Hall Game Notes
THE FRIARS AT A GLANCE:
The Providence Friars are 6-8 overall and 2-4 in the BIG EAST after losing their last three contests. PC lost at home against Rutgers on Saturday, 70-66, at Boston College on Thursday, 94-73 and at Connecticut last Tuesday, 126-48. Prior to those three games, PC had won three straight games - including an 86-70 win over Boston University (12/28), a 91-78 BIG EAST victory over Syracuse (12/31) and a 75-70 win over Pittsburgh (1/3).
THE PC-SETON HALL SERIES:
The Friars lead the 19-year series with Seton Hall, 19-12. Providence won last year's meeting, 66-62 in Alumni Hall. The Pirate's last victory was March 3, 1996 at the BIG EAST Championship - a 69-67 win. Seton Hall also won the last meeting in Walsh Gymnasium which was a 75-56 victory on January 9, 1996. (That game was played without All-America Honorable Mention - Nadine Malcolm).
HEAD COACH JIM JABIR:
The Friars are coached by Jim Jabir who begins his second year with Providence. Last season Jabir directed the Friars to a 13-14 overall tally. Jabir spent the previous six seasons at Marquette and has an overall 11-year record of 177-142. For more detailed information on Jabir - look on the following page.
CHATTEN STILL SIDELINED:
Senior Kerri Chatten has missed the last three games and will be sidelined another 7-10 days. The All-BIG EAST Candidate twisted her left ankle during the last :11 seconds of the Pittsburgh game (1/3). In the game, she tallied 22 points and pulled down 11 boards in PC's 75-70 victory. The Friars are 0-3 without Chatten in the lineup.
WHEELER COMES OFF DISABLED LIST SHOOTING THE THREES:
In her first game back after being sidelined since Dec. 22, 1997, senior captain Julie Wheeler sank four three-pointers as PC fell short in a comeback effort against Rutgers - losing 70-66. Wheeler was 4-8 from behind the arc in 25 minutes of action.
ALL-TIME SERIES Providence vs. Seton Hall PC leads 19-12 Date Site Score 12/3/78 Providence, R.I. * 59-65 12/12/79 Union, N.J. + 50-53 2/9/81 South Orange, N.J. 59-50 12/28/81 Jamaica, N.Y. % 62-56 12/11/82 Providence, R.I. 67-60 2/25/84 South Orange, N.J. 72-73 12/16/84 South Orange, N.J. 70-84 1/26/85 Providence, R.I. 78-63 1/2/86 South Orange, N.J. 80-70 1/29/86 Providence, R.I. 114-73 12/12/86 Providence, R.I. 88-62 1/24/87 South Orange, N.J. 73-49 1/4/88 South Orange, N.J. 89-95 2/3/88 Providence, R.I. 75-74 1/21/89 South Orange, N.J. 80-89 2/21/89 Providence, R.I. 97-72 1/6/90 South Orange, N.J. 81-76 2/3/90 Providence, R.I. 88-66 1/2/91 South Orange, N.J. $ 92-73 1/30/91 Providence, R.I. 103-79 1/29/92 Providence, R.I. 97-63 2/29/92 South Orange, N.J. 71-68 1/28/93 Providence, R.I. 80-77 3/1/93 South Orange, N.J. 68-80 12/9/93 Providence, R.I. 76-68 2/16/94 South Orange, N.J. 65-95 1/7/95 Providence, R.I. 71-90 2/8/95 South Orange, N.J. 49-72 1/9/96 South Orange, N.J. 56-75 3/3/96 Storrs, C.T. 67-69 1/16/97 Providence, R.I. 66-62 * Brown University Invitational + Keane College Tournament % BIG EAST Invitational $ Meadowlands Arena # BIG EAST Tournament
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