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Villanova Loses Second Straight Overtime Game as UCONN Escapes with Win

For the second straight game, the Villanova Wildcats lost an overtime battle against a Big East rival at the Wells-Fargo Center, falling to the University of Connecticut Huskies 73-70. Just like the previous game (less than 48 hours earlier to Notre Dame), the Wildcats held a big lead early in the contest that evaporated before […]

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Temple Bests Villanova with Second Half Effort

Behind by one point at the half, 36-35, the Temple Owls, led by Ramone Moore’s 23 second half points, beat the struggling Villanova Wildcats 78-67 at the Liacouras Center on Saturday afternoon (before a crowd of 10,206). All in all, Moore scored a season (and career) high 32 points to lead the Owls to the […]

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Villanova vs. Monmouth: Wildcats Start 2011-12 Season With a Win

The Villanova Wildcats tipped off the regular portion of the 2011-2012 basketball season by routing the visiting Monmouth Hawks 106-70 on Friday night at the Pavilion. Villanova, paced by the torrid shooting of Dominic Cheek who canned 20 points (including four three-pointers), and the fierce rebounding of Mouph Yarou (six rebounds), cruised to a 55-36 […]

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Villanova Basketball Media Day 2011

Villanova held its annual Men’s Basketball media day on Wednesday, November 2nd at the Pavilion. This was the third time in the past few months that the team has been made available to the media (prior to departing for EuroJam, and the Blue & White scrimmage). This year’s Wildcats team has a vastly different look […]

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Villanova Basketball Blue and White Scrimmage

Villanova held its annual Blue vs. White basketball scrimmage on Saturday at the Pavilion. The Blue team fielded a starting  lineup of Maalik Wayns, James Bell, Maurice Sutton, Markus Kennedy, and Dallas Ouanu. The White team started Mouph Yarou, Achraf Yacoubou, JayVaughn Pinkston, Darrun Hilliard, and Ty Johnson. Dom Cheek did not play as a […]

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