Alright I'll admit it, I was just way too demoralized to fully recap that disastrous 31-10 loss at perennial doormat Towson on Saturday night. So instead I'm just going to lead you to every recap possible that I can find.
And if you didn't know - the Towson fans stormed the field after beating Villanova. I picked up on this about the same time as Fact did, and I fully agree with his analysis. You wanna make your program look small-time? Take notes on what these jokes did after the game on Saturday. Know when to rush the field, folks.
Wildcats Beaten By Towson, 31-10, in CAA Football Opener | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
Turnovers were a key story for the second straight game and No. 20 Villanova (0-2, 0-1 CAA) was defeated, 31-10, in its conference opener at Towson (2-0, 1-0 CAA) at Johnny Unitas Stadium on Saturday night. Three turnovers by the Wildcats led to 17 of the Tigers 31 points and Villanova fell behind 21-0 before getting on the board for the first time.
College Football: Villanova had its chances in loss at Towson | Delco Times
By the time Villanova’s offense got in gear Saturday night, the Wildcats had already spotted Towson three touchdowns. The slow start meant Kenny Miles’ 5-yard touchdown pass from senior quarterback Christian Culicerto midway through the third quarter was little more than a consolation score, as the Wildcats dropped a 31-10 decision on the road.
Villanova thumped by Towson, 31-10 | Philadelphia Inquirer
A spirited Towson team pounded Villanova, 31-10, in the Colonial Athletic Association opener for both teams Saturday night.
Tigers Stun 20th-ranked Villanova | Press Box
Towson opened up conference play Saturday night with a stunning 31-10 upset victory against the Villanova Wildcats. Coming off a 42-3 win against the Morgan State Bears, the Tigers (2-0, 1-0 CAA) never trailed to the visiting Wildcats (0-2, 0-1 CAA).
Towson beats No. 20 Villanova, ends CAA losing streak | The Baltimore Sun
If Towson's football team wanted to make a statement, they certainly picked the right time to do it. Host Towson used two touchdowns each by tailbacks Terrance West and Dominique Booker to upset FCS No. 20 Villanova, 31-10, in the Colonial Athletic Association opener for both teams Saturday night.
Wildcats Edged In Tight Battle by Penn, 1-0, at PPL Park | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
In a game that was tightly contested throughout Villanova (4-1-2) was dealt its first loss of the season by Penn (3-0), a 1-0 defeat Friday at PPL Park on a night when the biggest storyline was the overall success of the Wildcats first-ever game at the home of the MLS Philadelphia Union. An enthusiastic crowd seemingly cheered every play for Villanova and a large number of alumni plus special guests were among the 667 in attendance.
Wildcats Defeat Loyola 3-0 -|Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
Villanova continued its winning ways on Saturday afternoon with a 3-0 (25-12, 25-17, 25-12) sweep over Loyola in the Villanova Classic at Jake Nevin Fieldhouse.
American Heritage's Brandi Teague commits to Villanova | Sun Sentinel
American Heritage coach Natasha Kossenko confirmed Friday that Patriots center Brandi Teague has verbally committed to Villanova.Teague, a 6-foot-3 senior, averaged 10.3 points and 9 rebounds per game last season as a junior.
Andrew Coke Becomes Two-Way Threat for Andover Football | Andover, MA Patch
On top of a 2000 plus-yard season as a wildcat RB/QB, Coke will be in the defensive backfield at safety as well. He is drawing interest from Syracuse, Boston College, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and Villanova.
Upset-Minded Villanova Comes Up Short at Maryland | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
Villanova (2-3) came into College Park looking to upset Maryland (5-1) and got off to a good start with a 2-2 first half, but Maryland scored four goals in the second half and won 6-3. Jessica Swoboda led the team with a goal and assist in the contest.
Villanova Falls to TCU, 3-1 | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
The Villanova volleyball team (7-3) had its six-match winning streak snapped on Saturday evening in the final match of the 2011 Villanova Classic as the Wildcats dropped a 3-1 (21-25, 16-25, 25-16, 21-25) decision to TCU.
Wildcats Play No. 6 UCSB to 0-0 Draw | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
The Villanova Wildcats earned a 0-0 draw with the nation's No. 6 team, the University of California Santa Barbara, in a contest played here on Sunday afternoon. The `Cats are now 2-1-2 this season while UCSB is 4-0-1.
Goal at End of First Half the Decisive Factor in Wildcats 2-1 Loss to Princeton | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
All three goals in the game were scored in the first half and a tally in the final minute of the opening period was the deciding factor as Villanova (4-2-2) lost to Princeton (1-3), 2-1, at the West Campus Soccer Complex on Sunday afternoon. Junior forward Heidi Sabatura (Lawrenceville, N.J.) scored the Wildcats lone goal in the 36th minute.
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