Villanova Eliminated from NCAA Tournament at the Hands of Purdue/A Look Into Next Season

HARTFORD, CT -- It's been a while since Villanova has been on the losing end of a beatdown. Usually it's the Wildcats delivering it to their opposition, but that was not the case on Saturday night. "You could be on either side of it," Villanova head coach Jay Wright said "And it's one of the … Continue reading Villanova Eliminated from NCAA Tournament at the Hands of Purdue/A Look Into Next Season

Wildcats Comeback to Force Overtime, Down Xavier in Big East Semis

NEW YORK-- The phrase "Cats have nine lives" is obviously said in a jovial tone. But for the Villanova Wildcats basketball team, these particular "cats" legitimately might have nine lives. After not holding a lead in the second half, let alone a lead since the 9:44 mark of the first half, the Wildcats came roaring … Continue reading Wildcats Comeback to Force Overtime, Down Xavier in Big East Semis

Villanova Outlasts Providence, Advance to Fifth Straight Big East Semis

NEW YORK-- If it wasn't already, Villanova and Providence has turned into rivalry at the Big East Tournament at Madison Square Garden. Meeting for the fourth time in the six years since the Big East re-aligned to 10 teams back in the 2013-14 season, the two teams always seem to come down to the wire … Continue reading Villanova Outlasts Providence, Advance to Fifth Straight Big East Semis

La Salle’s Deas Finding a Groove as His Confidence Soars

PHILADELPHIA--  When La Salle head coach Ashley Howard arrived on the campus of La Salle University last spring, it was widely regarded to be a Home Run hire for the school. He brought a winning pedigree from his five years as an assistant coach at Villanova, winning two out of the previous three NCAA national championships, … Continue reading La Salle’s Deas Finding a Groove as His Confidence Soars

Hot Shooting Leads La Salle to Victory Over Davidson

PHILADELPHIA-- Coming into their game against a Davidson team that was 20-7 and 11-3 in the A-10, La Salle were already considered to be the underdogs (+5.5 for all you gamblers out there). It didn't help that they would be without their leading scorer in G Pookie Powell as he suffered a lower body injury in practice … Continue reading Hot Shooting Leads La Salle to Victory Over Davidson

Strong Second Half Propels Owls to Victory Over Tulsa, Tournament Hopes Still Alive

PHILADELPHIA-- There is not a more stressful time for a college basketball team than late February when you're on the NCAA Tournament bubble. Every win means a little extra as does every loss, especially against an inferior team. As we reach the home stretch of the 2018-19 College Basketball season, the Temple Owls find themselves … Continue reading Strong Second Half Propels Owls to Victory Over Tulsa, Tournament Hopes Still Alive