JayVaughn Pinkston

Villanova vs. La Salle: Past, Present, & Future Wildcats Witness Big Five OT Thriller

Villanova squared off against Big Five rival La Salle at the Pavilion on Tuesday night. The match-up was the first Big Five game for both teams. Penn and Temple tipped off the Big Five season one night earlier at the Palestra, with Temple squeaking out a narrow overtime win 73-67. The Wildcats & Explorers were […]

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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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Villanova Men’s Basketball Invades Europe

We’re not used to talking Villanova basketball in August, but that was the topic of discussion today on the Main Line as the men’s basketball team prepared for its upcoming trip to Europe. The Wildcats leave Sunday and will play five games, including two in Paris (Aug. 9-10) and three at EuroJam 2011 in Amsterdam […]

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Villanova vs. St. John’s: Loss in Home Finale Has Wildcats Seeing Red

Try as they might, the Wildcats couldn’t weather the Red Storm. Led by Big East player-of-the year candidate Dwight Hardy’s career-high 34 points, St. John’s beat Villanova 81-68 in a nationally televised (ESPN) game at the Wells Fargo Center on Saturday afternoon. After Villanova tied the game at 2-2 in the first minute of the game, […]

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