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Villanova Wildcats Plunder Seton Hall Pirates, Arcidiacono Hits 1000 Career Points

The 6th ranked Villanova Wildcats  (24-2, 11-2 Big East) capsized the Seton Hall Pirates (15-11, 5-9 Big East) 80-54 on Monday night, February 16th, at the Paviilion (before a capacity crowd). For the Wildcats, it was their seventh straight win, and their 11th win in their last twelve games. With the victory, Villanova avenged an […]

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Villanova vs. Penn: Another Wild Big Five Win for Wildcats

After playing, perhaps, their best half of basketball of the young 2011-12 season, and taking a commanding 38-20 halftime lead, the Villanova Wildcats hung on to beat a tenacious Penn Quakers  team 73-65 at the Pavilion on Saturday night. Mouphtaou Yarou led the way for Villanova with a double-double, scoring 21 points and pulling down […]

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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 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 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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