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Villanova Men's Lacrosse is on the verge of an NCAA Tournament berth

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A win would really help the 'Cats chances to go dancing.

Happy Thursday, 'Nova Nation! We haven't covered them much this spring given how far the basketball team went, but the men's lacrosse team is in Denver for the Big East Tournament today. The 'Cats have had a pretty good season, and are currently projected as bubble-in for the NCAA Tournament.

They'll play Marquette today in the semifinals (on TV for all you diehards!), and the popular theory seems to be that it may end up being a play-in game for the NCAAs. Here's hoping for a win!

And now, the "news."

Lax Bracketology: Villanova needs a win | Inside Lacrosse
The Big East Tournament kicks off today, and the winner of Villanova-Marquette would be in solid position for an at-large berth to the NCAA Tournament.

Josh Hart is the last piece to the puzzle | Busted Brackets
If the junior decides to return, Villanova will be in contention to be the first school to repeat as champions since Florida in 2007.

Kyle Lowry is the last one to leave the gym | ESPN Video
Even after hitting a game-tying buzzer beater, Kyle Lowry was in the gym at 1am getting shots up.

The Basketball Tournament: Villanova, Syraucse, more reunite | SI.com
A few months after Kris Jenkins's March Madness heroics, Villanova alumni will compete for another basketball championship at The Basketball Tournament.

Villanova basketball team wins Wanamaker Award | Philly.com
The Villanova men’s basketball team, which won the national title last month, is this year’s recipient of the John Wanamaker Athletic Award, which “honors the athlete, team or organization that has done the most to reflect credit upon Philadelphia.”

Final 2016 Top 100 | Scout
Your boys Omari Spellman (21) and Dylan Painter (89) are both in Scout's final Top 100.

Quade Green impresses, Derek Wright makes CRS debut | City of Basketball Love
Quade Green's recruitment is blowing up, but he's in no hurry to make any decisions. And Jay Wright's younger brother is taking on a new challenge as a coach.