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Villanova coach Harry Perretta has 3 basketball legacies on his team

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Happy Monday, ‘Nova Nation! Very cool story below about how Villanova Women’s Basketball Coach Harry Perretta has three legacies on his roster. And not just three Villanova legacies, but three Villanova Basketball legacies. No research from me (as usual), but I’ve got to think that it is incredbily rare to have them all on the team at the same time.

Safe travels to everyone this week, if that’s on your agenda like me.

And now, the “news.”

Villanova's Harry Perretta coached the moms, now coaches the daughters |
"If Villanova was bad, people who played wouldn't want their kids coming through having the same experience,'' freshman Sam Carangi says.

Villanova Volleyball sweeps Providence on Senior Night, Clinches BIG EAST Tournament Spot |
Villanova defeated Providence 3-0 on Senior Night to Clinch a BIG EAST Tournament Spot.

Injuries were major part of Villanova’s lame season | Delco Times
One look at the Villanova sideline during any game in the last two months tells you all you need to know about what went wrong this season.

Lessons learned: Academic struggles inspired Omari Spellman to shine on and off the court at Villanova | The Athletic
In case any of you missed it last week, Dana O'Neil with a great piece on Omari Spellman.

Womens Cross Country Places 12th at NCAA Championships |
The five scoring runners for Villanova were separated by just 30 seconds at the finish line in another strong team effort and the Wildcats tallied a 12th place team finish at the NCAA Championships on Saturday morning. It is the best team finish since 2011 for Villanova, which was making its 29th appearance all-time at the national meet.

Marston and Comber Finish Season Strong at NCAA Championships |
Sophomore cross country runners Andrew Marston (Wayne, Pa.) and Casey Comber (Maple Glen, Pa.) competed as individuals at the NCAA Championships and tallied strong finishes at E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park on Saturday morning. Marston finished 55th overall and Comber was 69th in a field of 250 runners.

House of horrors: Delaware falls to Villanova again | Delaware Online

Former Franklin Regional tight end Summers makes impact at Villanova | TribLIVE
When Todd Summers began his redshirt freshman season on the Villanova football team in September, he didn't appear on the team's depth chart.

A Philadelphia grandfather wanted nothing more than to be buried with cheesesteaks, so his family did it
This man's love for Pat's cheesesteaks runs DEEP.