DePaul drops Big East game to Seton Hall, which wins wire-to-wire

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Angel Delgado grabbed 19 rebounds to become the all-time Big East leader in conference games, Myles Powell scored 21 points and Seton Hall defeated DePaul 86-70 on Sunday at Wintrust Arena.

Delgado has 719 rebounds in conference games, passing former Syracuse and NBA star Derrick Coleman, who had the record since 1990 with 701. Delgado is the active Division-I leader with 1,305 rebounds and 65 double-doubles after scoring 10 points Sunday.

Khadeen Carrington scored 15 points and Desi Rodriguez 14 for the Pirates (16-5, 5-3), who snapped a two-game skid.

Tre’Darius McCallum scored 16 points, Eli Cain 11 and three other Blue Demons had 10 each.

Seton Hall led the entire way and was up 46-31 at halftime. DePaul (9-12, 2-7) cut the lead to single digits with eight minutes left in the game after a 9-0 run but Powell responded with a 3-pointer and the lead climbed to 19 in the final minute.

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