Huuuuuuump Daaaaaaay! You’re not going to believe this, but Radnor voted down Villanova’s plan to put a dome over the Higgins Soccer Complex during the winter months.
The dome would have kept more athletes on campus and given them a warm space to train during the winter months.
And it also would have been visible to residents, who voiced concerns about their property value.
So, just another day in Radnor.
And now, the “news.”
Radnor Zoning Hearing Board nixes Villanova University plan for sports dome | mainlinemedianews.com
A proposed plan by Villanova University to put a large, inflated dome over an artificial turf field on its West Campus was rejected 3-2 by the Radnor Township.
City 6 Preview: Pressing Questions | City of Basketball Love
Love you, CoBL staff. But there are more pressing questions for Villanova than whether Jalen Brunson is ready to lead the team.
Colin Cowherd obliterates Philadelphia, ‘the dumbest sports city in America’ | For The Win
Cowherd ripped Philly for letting go of two great coaches and piling on Jay Wright before his title.
Ref John Higgins files lawsuit against Kentucky-based media company over fan threats | The Athletic
College basketball official John Higgins has filed a federal civil lawsuit against a Kentucky-based media company and its owners, alleging intentional infliction of emotional distress, invasion of privacy, tortious interference with a business, and civil conspiracy.
KenPom: Rise in three-point attempts among five trends worth watching | The Athletic
One of the underrated things about college basketball is the sheer amount of data that is generated over the course of the season.
Lourdes' Maddy Siegrist commits to Villanova basketball | Poughkeepsie Journal
Our Lady of Lourdes basketball standout Maddy Siegrist made a verbal commitment to Villanova University on Monday night.
Big East Preview: Is this the year Villanova gets knocked from its perch? | The Athletic
It still may be Villanova's league to lose, but to undercut the teams pecking at the Wildcats' heels would do the Big East a disservice.