Happy Thursday 'Nova Nation! Today is a big day - the Radnor BOC will meet to decide if a re-vote is required because some crazed woman is out for blood. Shouldn't C-SPAN be broadcasting this damn thing so we can all watch?
Anybody in the area want to host a live chat?
And now, the "news."
Ethics complaint against Radnor Commissioner Spingler amended again; meeting set for Thursday | Main Line Media News
So, Spingler has explained the checks from the Little League as him needing to cover out of pocket costs. I have to say, that sounds a little sketchy - but I'd like to know how much he was getting paid. If he's donated $60-80,000 from Villanova to Radnor and he's not getting anywhere close to that amount back, he's likely telling the truth.
Penn Relays the place to be this week | delcotimes.com
If you’ve never been to the Penn Relays Carnival, do yourself a favor and check it out.
Baseball: Czinege Grand Slam Powers Wildcats to 16-8 Win at Temple | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Freshman second baseman Todd Czinege (Overland Park, Kan.) broke open a one-run game with a grand slam in the top of the sixth inning and Villanova (12-24) put up 18 hits in a 16-8 romp over Temple (12-20) at Skip Wilson Field on Tuesday afternoon.
Softball: Wildcats Drop Doubleheader to Pirates | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
The Villanova softball team falls to 4-10 in the BIG EAST and 16-26 overall after Seton Hall (14-28, 8-6 BIG EAST) swept Monday afternoon's doubleheader at the Villanova Softball Complex.
Men's Tennis: Villanova Set to Square off Against Top-seed St. John's at BIG EAST Championship | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Friday, April 25 at 1 p.m. begins the quest for the Villanova men's tennis team as the seeds for the BIG EAST Championship have been announced. The tournament is set to take place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. and the Wildcats draw a No. 8 seed as they seek their first conference title in program history.
The athlete advocate | SBNation.com
#Longform alert! After 15 years fighting for NCAA athletes, Ramogi Huma is finally breaking through