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Topic - Fuquan Edwin
Seton Hall senior guard Fuquan Edwin was honored as the Big East's defensive player of the year Monday while Marquette junior forward Davante Gardner was the conference's top sixth man for a second straight season.
Brian Oliver, Eugene Teague and Fuquan Edwin turned senior night into something very memorable at Seton Hall.
If Seton Hall was looking for a little encouragement heading down the homestretch of the Big East Conference regular season, it got it against Georgetown.
Fuquan Edwin scored 21 points and Seton Hall defeated Georgetown 82-67 on Thursday night for its first sweep of the Hoyas since the 2002-03 season.
Fuquan Edwin scored eight of Seton Hall's first 10 points to trigger thoughts of an upset.
The road has been a very pleasant place for Seton Hall. And the rowdier the arena, the better.
Butler has been in a number of tight spots this season, playing six overtime games and winning just two of them.
Before the game started, Fuquan Edwin received a basketball commemorating his entrance into the Seton Hall record book as the program's all-time steal leader.
Seton Hall has everyone back, including the senior who now holds the school record for steals.
Coach John Thompson's Hoyas (11-6, 3-3) didn't score a field goal over the final 9:44 and blew a double-digit, second-half lead for the second straight game.
Fuquan Edwin scored seven of his 18 points in the final 27 seconds to lead Seton Hall to a 68-67 victory over Virginia Tech on Saturday night in the third-place game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic.
"It was just one of those starts," Edwin said. "We started off slow. They pushed us and got the lead early. Coach call a timeout and told us to pick it up and we did."
I knew I should have been smarter and I was beating myself up," said Edwin, who scored seven of his 18 points in the final 27 seconds, "I told Coach I was sorry and he picked me up and said it wasn't our fault.