Villanova’s Season Comes to an End in Sweet 16/A Look Ahead

Indianapolis-- It was always going to be an uphill battle to take down the 2nd overall seeded Baylor Bears, but for a team that was without their star Point Guard Collin Gillespie for the entirety of March, Villanova gave them a hell of a fight. Obviously it's disappointing whenever a season comes to a close, … Continue reading Villanova’s Season Comes to an End in Sweet 16/A Look Ahead

Drexel Captures First CAA Title, Earn Automatic Bid to NCAA Tourney

HARRISONBURG-- In March of 1996, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men dominated the charts with their Billboard #1 song One Sweet Day. Up Close and Personal was atop the box office. Gas cost $1.28. Fast forward 25 years later, Olivia Rodrigo tops the charts with Drivers License. Raya and the Last Dragon is the number … Continue reading Drexel Captures First CAA Title, Earn Automatic Bid to NCAA Tourney

Big Game Explorers Strike Again: Defeat Saint Louis

La Salle Head Coach Ashley Howard sought a Sports Psychologist, Dr. Joe Carr to help the team this year. During a stretch of games this year, Carr asked Howard "What's our juice like?". "There's no juice". They had to find the juice, starting with the Richmond game in January. "I told the assistant coaches I … Continue reading Big Game Explorers Strike Again: Defeat Saint Louis

Nova’s Samuels Beats COVID, Seton Hall in the Same Week

In his battle with COVID, Villanova wing Jermaine Samuels did what almost any typical college student would do if they were locked in a room and couldn't leave for 14 days. "I just hung-out," Samuels said. "You get a lot of YouTube in, a lot of Video Games in just to try the pass the … Continue reading Nova’s Samuels Beats COVID, Seton Hall in the Same Week

In First Game Back, Villanova Shows No Rust, Takes Down Seton Hall

Coming into tonight, Villanova's last game was on December 23, a win against Marquette in Milwaukee by a final score of 85-68. In the time between Christmas Eve Eve and January 19, we've had Christmas, New Years, two weeks of the NFL Regular Season, two playoff rounds, and the entirety of the College Football Playoff … Continue reading In First Game Back, Villanova Shows No Rust, Takes Down Seton Hall

Wednesday Recap: St. Joe’s, Temple Both Drop Conference Games, La Salle Pulls Off Major Upset in Dayton

PHILADELPHIA-- Saint Joseph's and Temple weren't favored in their conference home games, +8 and +7.5 dogs, respectively. So it doesn't come as a shock that both teams ended up on the losing end of their games Wednesday afternoon in Philadelphia. On the other hand, La Salle went into UD Arena in Dayton as +12.5 underdogs … Continue reading Wednesday Recap: St. Joe’s, Temple Both Drop Conference Games, La Salle Pulls Off Major Upset in Dayton

La Salle Gets Into the Win Column With a Win Over D2 Lincoln

PHILADELPHIA-- For most of the game, La Salle head coach Ashley Howard went with an 11-man rotation. This was definitely the game to do it, against a Division-II school in Lincoln (Who put up a good fight for what it's worth). You want to see what you got early on in the year, especially in … Continue reading La Salle Gets Into the Win Column With a Win Over D2 Lincoln

Lowry’s Name Etched in Villanova History as Wildcats Retire his Jersey

VILLANOVA-- There was a point in the summer before his freshman year that Kyle Lowry was nearly kicked off the Villanova Men's Basketball team by head coach Jay Wright. Missing classes, not listening in practice, you get the gist. "Safe to say, putting it lightly, yes." Lowry said in regards to him and Wright not getting along his … Continue reading Lowry’s Name Etched in Villanova History as Wildcats Retire his Jersey