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Former Seton Hall Basketball Player Sentenced in Robbery

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A former Seton Hall basketball player has been sentenced to three years in state prison for his role in an armed robbery at a house near the school’s northern New Jersey campus.
  

Kelly Whitney pleaded guilty in August to burglary, conspiracy and criminal restraint charges as part of a plea bargain with Essex County prosecutors. The plea came nearly three months after Whitney’s trial had ended with a deadlocked jury.
  

The Star-Ledger of Newark reports Whitney will be eligible for parole in October 2012. He played for Seton Hall from 2002-2006.
  

Whitney and another former Seton Hall player, Robert Mitchell, admitted robbing several students in an off-campus apartment in March 2010. Mitchell — who pleaded guilty and later testified against Whitney — was due to be sentenced later Monday.

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