Louisville locks down Seton Hall to earn road win
Jordan Nwora made four free throws in the final minute and Christen Cunningham scored five points in the final two minutes, leading Louisville to a 70-65 win over Seton Hall on Saturday afternoon in Newark, N.J.
The Cardinals (5-2), fresh off a victory over No. 8 Michigan State Tuesday overturned a nine-point second-half Seton Hall lead.
The Cardinals kept Seton Hall leading scorer Myles Powell (23 points on 6-of-19 shooting) mostly in check, especially down the stretch. Seton Hall (4-3) connected on just 2 of 21 shots during the final seven minutes of the game.