Many fans on campus, like Clint, think the team has really come together down the stretch.
Villanova has been one of the nation’s top teams, and this Thursday, the Wildcats plan on showing why in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
It’s plagued them for months. And though the St. Joe’s Hawks are a far different, far better team than they were that chilly December 7 Saturday night, they want another crack at Villanova.
Almost as soon as the brackets were announced Sunday night, students at St. Joe’s and Villanova noticed the possibility of a “holy war” in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
The city of Philadelphia is buzzing about the possibility of a Villanova-St. Joseph’s NCAA Tournament matchup on Saturday. The Wildcats are only worried about Thursday.
Andrew Porter breaks down what would be some dream matchups in the NCAA Tournament.
Work productivity takes a dive in the United States this week, as the first couple of days are spent filling out office and online brackets, and the last couple of days are spent watching the games. If you’re going to do this, you might as well do it right.
What makes this NCAA Tournament so interesting is that there are no world-beaters in the 68-team field.
Both Villanova and St. Joe’s had their names called in the 68-team field on Sunday Selection. And both are in the Eastern Regional.
For the first time since 2003, the West Chester University men’s basketball team is getting ready for an appearance in the Division II NCAA Tournament.
The champions of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference, the 25-6 Rams will take on Franklin Pierce in the first round of the Division II tourney on Saturday night in New Haven, Connecticut.
The 2013-14 season has already been an incredible ride for the Division III Haverford College women’s basketball team. And there is still more to come.
Phil Martelli doesn’t mind if his players pay attention to NCAA Tournament projections. He just wants them to take care of business on the court.
The local soccer scene will be well represented in this year’s NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Tournament as both Penn and Drexel earned automatic bids.
The Blue Devils failed to score on their first 11 shots but closed out with 10 of the game’s last 13 goals.