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Villanova Wildcats Open 2015-16 Season with Dominating Victory

The Villanova Wildcats tipped-off the 2015-2016 college basketball season successfully on Friday, November 13th at the Pavilion by humbling the Fairleigh Dickinson Knights by a score of 91-54. The ranked Wildcats had no trouble with the Knights, of the Northeast Conference. Villanova jumped out to a quick 9-0 lead, which mushroomed into double digits at the 15:32 […]

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Villanova Wildcats vs. Pace University (Exhibition)

The last time we saw the Villanova Wildcats basketball team they had just suffered a heart-breaking upset loss in Pittsburgh in the NCAA tournament. The 71-68 defeat to the NC State Wolfpack sent #1 seeded Villanova home after the Round of 32, and ended the college career of seniors Darrun Hilliard (who was drafted by the […]

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Villanova Wildcats Trounce Providence Friars on Senior Night

The 6h ranked Villanova Wildcats (26- 2, 13-2 Big East) clinched a share of the regular season title in the Big East Conference by routing the 25th ranked Providence Friars (19-9, 9-6 Big East) 89-61 on Senior Night (Tuesday night, February 24) at the Pavilion. Seniors Darrun Hilliard and JayVaughn Pinkston, who were honored before […]

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Villanova Wildcats Handle Marquette 70-52, Move to 20-2

The 7th ranked Villanova Wildcats cruised past the visiting Marquette Golden Eagles 70-52 on Wednesday night, February 4th at the Wells Fargo Center in a Big East Conference battle. Both teams started the game sluggishly, turning over the ball and missing a majority of their field goal attempts. For a time, it appeared that neither […]

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Villanova Wildcats Storm into MSG, Defeat St. John’s 90-72

The 8th ranked Villanova Wildcats returned to their winning ways by beating the 24th ranked St. John’s Red Storm 90-72 at Madison Square Garden late last night (January 6th). Trailing by 2 points midway through the second half, Villanova outscored St. John’s 38-18 over the last 11:52 to win going away. As a result, Jay […]

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