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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for April 29, 2014

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Daily Villanova Wildcats links, today featuring Radnor ain't done fighting, Olympic sport championships, and the awfulness that is Donald Sterling.

Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! I'm sorry for missing this earlier, but the lead story below is essentially Radnor getting back in the fight to keep Villanova from improving the university. I do commend Spingler's lawyers though. They went with logic and reason, which in any other township in the United States probably ends this thing before the proceedings get underway.

But not in Radnor - the place where logic and reason go to die.

And now, the "news."

Lawyers spar as Radnor Ethics Board agrees to investigate Spingler complaint | Main Line Media News
During a sometimes testy gathering, the Radnor Township Ethics Board, meeting for the first time since 2003, voted unanimously Thursday to investigate a complaint filed against Commissioner William Spingler. This thing ain't over folks.

Men's Golf: Trim Leads Wildcats at BIG EAST Championship | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
Lucas Trim leads the Villanova field tied for 9th place overall following the first round of the BIG EAST Championship, held at Callawassie Island's par-72 course in South Carolina.

Women's Water Polo: Wildcats Compete in MAAC Championship | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
The fourth-seeded Villanova women's water polo team (10-20, 6-9 MAAC) competed in the MAAC Championship on Saturday and Sunday. The Wildcats fell to top-seeded Wagner, 16-6, in the semifinals and lost to Iona 13-7 in the consolation game.

The Istanbul Derby | SBNation.com
Soccer, fire and a game at the world's crossroads. An absolutely awesome #longform if you are a fan of the beautiful game, and from Spencer Hall nonetheless.

There's nowhere left for Donald Sterling to hide | SBNation.com
For too long, the NBA has allowed the Clippers' owner to stay hidden in the shadows. The league's greatest shame is finally fully exposed.