Seton Hall's starting guard Cosby leaves program
Seton Hall lost 18 games this season -- and coach Kevin Willard has also lost his starting guard and second-leading scorer. The school announced that Aaron Cosby is leaving the program.
It gets worse for Kevin Willard. Seton Hall's coach has lost his starting point guard.
The school announced that Aaron Cosby, who averaged 12.7 points and started 27 games, is transferring out of the program. Cosby will sit and have two years left.
Seton Hall was 15-18 this season and 3-15 in Big East play, which was tied for 13th in the league.
Willard will return leading scorer Fuquan Edwin next season and also three other starters: Eugene Teague, Brandon Mobley and Brian Oliver.
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