Happy Monday, you guys! Another weekend, another Big East win for the lacrosse team, this time over those guys from New Jersey that we used to call rivals.
Could you be any happier that they are not in our conference anymore? Because I'm over the moon about it.
And now, the "news."
The 64 best moments from the 2014 NCAA Tournament | SBNation.com
Missed a game during the tournament? Fear not, re-live the experience here.
Softball: Kate Poppe No-Hits Butler to Give Villanova its First Conference Victory | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Up 3-0 heading into the seventh, Kate Poppe registered three-straight strikeouts to complete her second career no-hitter as the Villanova softball team (13-22, 1-6 BIG EAST) took down Butler, 3-0 in game one of Saturday afternoon's doubleheader at the Villanova Softball Stadium.
Women's Track: Wildcats Sweep Top Four Spots in 800 Meters at Hurricane Alumni Invitational | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Senior Emily Lipari (Greenvale, N.Y.) and junior Stephanie Schappert (Delray Beach, Fla.) each posted personal best times in the 800 meters and Villanova swept the top four spots in the race in the Hurricane Alumni Invitational at Cobb Stadium. The 800 meters race was one of eight events the Wildcats competed in on Saturday afternoon.
Oakcrest senior track and field standout Ish Muhammad heading to Villanova | pressofAtlanticCity.com
Oakcrest High School senior track star Ish Muhammad calls the Villanova track & field program a good team environment, with no individual superstars that are catered to.
Water Polo: Villanova Takes Wins Vs. VMI, St. Francis | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
The Villanova women's water polo team (10-16, 6-5 MAAC) swept competition Saturday with a 10-6 win over VMI and an 11-7 victory over St. Francis.
Wisconsin-Milwaukee latest school hit with questionable APR postseason ban | SBNation.com
The Panthers will not be able to participate in the 2015 NCAA Tournament after its final appeal was turned down. An interesting read into what sounds like another flawed system deployed by the NCAA.