James Pitts

Villanova vs. ODU: Wildcats Lose in Royal Fashion to Monarchs

Villanova could not overcome a strong start by the Old Dominion Monarchs, or the Wildcats inability to hang on to the football, and lost the first ever meeting (football) of the schools by a margin of 37-14  on Homecoming day. ODU got on the board with 10:47  left in the opening quarter on a 42 […]

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Villanova vs. William and Mary: Tribe Triumphant as Wildcats Fall Short

Powered by senior tailback Jonathan Grimes of Palmyra, New Jersey, William & Mary beat Villanova 20-16 at Villanova stadium on Saturday in a CAA conference game. Grimes gained 137 yards on 31 carries and scored both of the Tribe’s touchdowns. In a game where the lead seesawed back and forth, Villanova gained the first lead […]

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Villanova vs. Monmouth: Wildcats Woes Won’t End

The 0-2 Villanova Wildcats entertained the 0-1 Monmouth Hawks in their home opener at Villanova stadium on Saturday. Beset by injuries, the Wildcats started Chris Polony, a true freshman, at quarterback. Villanova, an extemely young and inexperienced team, struggled mightily before succumbing to the Hawks 20-9. The Wildcats did not pick up a first down […]

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Villanova Football 2011: Wildcats Wild Outlook

For the past several years, the Villanova football team, coached by Andy Talley, has provided its fans with thrills galore,  memorable moments (including foremost, the 2009 National Championship), and an expectation that the Wildcats will continue to play and excel at a very high level. Gone however are many of the mainstays of the past three […]

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Villanova vs. Richmond: Cats Squash Spiders in Halloween Weekend Contest

The 5th ranked Villanova Wildcats, coached by Andy Talley, entertained  the 14th ranked Spiders of Richmond, coached by first year Head Coach Latrell Scott, in a key Colonial Athletic Conference game on Saturday. The Cats were 3-1 in the CAA coming into the game while the Spiders had a 2-2 mark in league play. Overall […]

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