It will be a critical Big East game for the Villanova women’s basketball team on Tuesday night as they host DePaul at the Pavilion.
The Villanova Wildcats sit at 23-3 this season (11-2 in the Big East) and they are now ranked ninth in the country as they get ready to welcome St. John’s to the Center on Saturday afternoon.
Students at Villanova University are back in class today for the first time since last week’s ice storm knocked out power to the campus.
Villanova says classes will resume on Monday, Feb. 10.
According to Villanova University, the school is experiencing a campus wide power and heat outage.
After a Saturday win over St. John’s, the Wildcats are 15-1 and this week they moved up two spots in the AP Top 25 poll.
The Villanova women’s basketball team will bring an 11-2 record into Wednesday’s Big East match-up with Butler at Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.
It has been quite the college career for Villanova’s Jessica Wamala.
The Wildcats are 10-0 for the first time since the 2005-06 season, and three shy of matching the program-best 13-0 start in 1937-38.
After an up-and-down, 3-4 start, the La Salle Explorers have picked up back-to-back wins, now they face Villanova to kick off their Big 5 schedule.
They are 9-0, they already own a signature win over Kansas and a “Battle 4 Atlantis” tournament title. Throw in a couple of blowout wins over Big 5 opponents Penn and St. Joe’s and you get a #10 (AP) ranking in the country.
Darrun Hilliard scored 19 points and James Bell had 14 to lead No. 14 Villanova to a 77-54 win over Penn on Wednesday night.
Ryan Arcidiacono had not made a shot all night. So naturally, he was Jay Wright’s choice on the play that wound up deciding Villanova’s fate.
It will be the regular season finale for Delaware and Villanova as the two longtime rivals meet in Chester on Saturday in the latest match-up in the “Battle of the Blue”.
Villanova will try to snap a three-game losing streak on Saturday when they take to the road to visit Rhode Island.