Setonhall 71
Wakeforest 67
Date of game: 12/8/2012

Recap: Wake Forest vs. Seton Hall

Winston-Salem, NC (Sports Network) - Fuquan Edwin scored 24 points to lift the Seton Hall Pirates to a 71-67 win over the Wake Forest Demon Deacons at the Lawrence Joel Coliseum.

Edwin was 8-of-16 from the field while grabbing seven rebounds for the Pirates (7-2), who have now won two in a row. Eugene Teague added 19 points and eight rebounds while Brandon Mobley recorded a double-double with 11 points and 13 boards.

C.J. Harris exploded for 28 points for Wake Forest (4-5), which has now lost three of its last four games. Travis McKie contributed 16 points and seven rebounds while Devin Thomas was a defensive force with four blocks and two steals.

The Demon Deacons led 36-27 at halftime after holding the Pirates to just 36.7 percent shooting from the field and forcing them into 1-of-10 shooting from three-point range.

In the second half, Seton Hall rallied all the way back by shooting 63.0 percent from the floor and outscoring Wake Forest 44-31. After the lead was traded back and forth in the final minutes of the game, the Pirates took the lead on a Mobley dunk with 28 seconds left and they held off Wake Forest to pick up the win.

Seton Hall turned the ball over 23 times, leading to 30 points for the Demon Deacons. However, the Pirates dominated the boards, outrebounding Wake Forest 44-23.

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