Wildcats can't defend the three in loss.
An overmatched Villanova team couldn't handle the Louisville pressure defense, falling to the Cardinals at Madison Square Garden in the quarterfinals of the Big East Tournament.
Nova uses national stage and rivalry win over the fifth-ranked Hoyas to help their NCAA Tournament resume.
The Wildcats' bid to foil Pittsburgh's Senior Day celebration in what will be the last meeting of the two schools in Big East regular-season play fell short after a heartbreaking breakdown late and in overtime.
Villanova lost in epic fashion against the Pirates -- thanks to a Tom Maayan flop -- putting their tournament hopes in greater jeopardy.
Villanova scored a big time 60-56 upset over Marquette on senior night to keep the air in their NCAA Tournament bubble.
Villanova needed a win to keep their postseason outlook alive. After a big halftime deficit, the Wildcats managed to overcome a Rutgers team that gave them hell.
Villanova's bubble would have possibly burst with a loss at UConn Saturday afternoon. After the final buzzer sounded, the 'Cats still have hope.
Darrun Hilliard's stellar play continued as 'Nova made it two blowout wins in a row. And Henry Lowe tackled a guy!
Villanova scored 51 points in the second half to cruise to a 23 point victory over the lowly Blue Demons.
FIRST DOUBLE TOP-5 UPSET SINCE 1985! Syracuse hadn't swept Villanova in a season since 1994, but the number-3 ranked Orange had broomsticks on their minds when they came into the Wells Fargo Center. The Wildcats only had an upset on their minds.
Nobody could have predicted a finish like this. Villanova leads the league in turnovers per game, and Louisville forces the 2nd most turnovers in the country. On paper, it was a blowout. ...
The Wildcats lost a physical battle to the Providence College Friars on Saturday afternoon, 69-66. The themes of the day were fouls, turnovers, and missed free throws. Both teams seemed to be...
Although the game was ugly, Villanova's matchup with Pitt was close until the last two minutes. When the Pantherdefeated the 'Cats by 15 in the Pavilion.
While Ryan Arcidiacono and Anthony Collins battled it out in the backcourt to a stalemate, the Villanova frontcourt dominated the game.
The Wildcats battled Catholic-7 rival St. John's, to a tie in regulation, but dominated in extra-time to secure a sixth-straight victory.
Villanova never led by more than 10 points in the game as the NJIT Highlanders continually threatened, but the Wildcats kept their composure to claw out a win.
The Wildcats earned a victory against the Delaware Blue Hens Sunday afternoon to improve to 7-4. JayVaughn Pinkston had a game high 19 points in just 22 minutes off the bench, shooting 6-for-11 and...