Villanova Grinds Out Win Over Johnnies

NEW YORK-- It was something that people were missing. The fans, the players, the coaches, the writers, everyone in the building had been longing for this feeling for two years. Tension you could cut with a knife, momentum shifting back-and-forth, going from one team and fanbase that is a Madison Square Garden Mainstay every March, … Continue reading Villanova Grinds Out Win Over Johnnies

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Villanova, Seton Hall Deliver Another Classic, ‘Cats Win

PHILADELPHIA– Whenever Villanova and Seton Hall get together, no matter the place, whether it’s the Wells Fargo Center, the Prudential Center, or Madison Square Garden in the Big East Tournament, no matter who suits up for either side, you’re almost guaranteed a close game up until the end. Think about some of the great battles … Continue reading Villanova, Seton Hall Deliver Another Classic, ‘Cats Win

Drexel Wins in Delaware for First Time in Seven Years, Split Their Four-Game Road Trip

NEWARK, DEL– Heading into their game against Delaware on Thursday night, the Drexel Dragons were 1-2 on their four-road-games-in-seven-day-road trip with a chance to split. A split would look good, but a 1-3 record would look even worse. With the help of Dragons wing Melik Martin, the Dragons split, after taking down the Delaware Blue … Continue reading Drexel Wins in Delaware for First Time in Seven Years, Split Their Four-Game Road Trip

Villanova Takes Care of St. John’s, Focus Turns to Marquette

VILLANOVA-- Heading into their clash with Villanova, St. John's forward Julian Champagnie was averaging 19.8 points per game. The Wildcats held him to nine on 4-12 shooting and 0-4 from three. "A good team effort but Justin Moore did a really good job," Wright said. "He was on him most of the game, but there's … Continue reading Villanova Takes Care of St. John’s, Focus Turns to Marquette

Penn’s Williams Leads by Example as Quakers Take Down Dartmouth

PHILADELPHIA– There was a moment in the second half, 4:02 remaining to be exact, with Penn leading Dartmouth 67-60. Penn guard Jelani Williams batted a pass down that was heading towards the low block, the ball was bouncing ever so slowly towards the scorers table when Williams and Dartmouth forward Dame Adelekun were chasing after … Continue reading Penn’s Williams Leads by Example as Quakers Take Down Dartmouth

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