James Bell

Wildcats Batten Down the Hatches, Dispatch Pirates

It’s been rough sailing for Villanova this year. The Wildcats, and their fans, have become accustomed to Top 25 rankings, NCAA appearances, and 20+ wins over the past several seasons. Coming into their game with Seton Hall on Wednesday night at the Pavilion, Villanova sat at 8-10 (1-5 Big East). Seton Hall, on the other […]

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Wildcats Get Juiced by Orange, Growing Pains Continue for Villanova as Syracuse Remains Unbeaten

Here’s the Scoop, Fair or not, every game this season has been like Christmas for fans of the 18-0 Syracuse Orange. It’s been far from the same for Villanova Wildcat faithful this season and after getting served so badly tonight that they might as well have been playing a team of Waiters, there’s little else […]

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Wildcats Rebound From USF Loss, Turnover New Leaf for 2011-12 Season

Villanova jumped out to a 10-0 lead and never trailed as they beat the DePaul Blue Demons 87-71 at the Pavilion on Sunday afternoon. DePaul cut Villanova’s lead to 20-19 with 10:11 to go in the first half, but the Wildcats went on an eight point run to expand their lead to 28-19, and never […]

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Villanova vs. Boston University: Wildcats Roll Over Terriers

Before a sparse crowd at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night, The Villanova Wildcats, looking to rebound from a weekend loss to Temple, took on Boston University. The Terriers got off to a quick start and took a 13-4 lead with some sharp passing and multiple three-point baskets. Villanova, on the other hand, had […]

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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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