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Seton Hall Guard Aaron Cosby Plans to Transfer

After a season of losses, Seton Hall lost another one.

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Coach Kevin Willard announced Monday that starting shooting guard Aaron Cosby was leaving the Pirates’ basketball program after two seasons and plans to transfer to another school.

In 65 career games, Cosby averaged 10.1 points 2.2 rebounds and 2.2 assists. He made 27 starts this past season, averaging 12.6 points. The Louisville, Ky., resident scored a team-high 22 in Seton Hall’s loss to Syracuse in the second round of the Big East Conference tournament.

The Pirates finished with a 15-18 mark, 3-15 in the Big East. They lost 16 of their final 19.

 

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