Indiana State basketball loses to Seton Hall in NIT championship game

INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana State’s magical postseason run led to heartbreak Thursday. Seton Corridor out-scored the Sycamores 9-0 over the ultimate 2:38 with Lawrence Central product Dre Davis changing the eventual game-winning layup with 16 seconds remaining to clinch the NIT championship, 79-77, at a raucous Hinkle Fieldhouse.

The Sycamores had a couple of makes an attempt on the ultimate possession of regulation, however Isaiah Swope misplaced management of the ball, then had his second try partially blocked earlier than Ryan Conwell tried a deep 3-point try that was effectively off the mark.

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Indiana State finishes the season 32-7, one shy of this system document for wins.

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Indiana State Sycamores center Robbie Avila (21) recovers a rebound Thursday, April 4, 2024, during the NIT championship game at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.

Sycamore shot choice down the stretch

Indiana State had the Pirates on the ropes getting into the ultimate three minutes. Swope had capped an 8-0 run with a 3-pointer from well-behind the 3-point line to push the result in 77-70 and power a Seton Corridor timeout.

However that may be ISU’s remaining factors of the season.