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Mark Ferrante hails Villanova Football’s physicality at weekly press conference

Despite a tough loss, the head coach was very pleased with the effort.

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Happy Tuesday, ‘Nova Nation! We usually try to give Mark Ferrante his own article and now I’m 0-2 in the last two weeks due to Labor Day and Hurricane Irma. Sorry Coach!

But check out his comments below - he’s clearly very upbeat and bullish on this team. The pieces are there for a conference championship and deep run if they can take care of business.

First home game this weekend, and final non-conference game against Lafayette. The Leopards are 0-2 and have been blown out twice. I have high hopes!

And now, the “news.”

Head Coach Mark Ferrante Talks Temple and Lafayette on CAA Football Teleconference |
Head Coach Mark Ferrante covers Week 2 & 3 in his CAA Weekly Teleconference.

College Coaches Visit 2019's Bryan Antoine and Scottie Lewis | Zagsblog
Jay Wright was one of many to grace the Ranney School with his presence over the weekend.

College basketball 2017-18 [ongoing] season preview |
Bookmark this for later as the mothership continues to drop previews for the upcoming season.

Field Hockey's Bello tabbed for BIG EAST Weekly Honors |
The senior captain notched a hat trick against LIU Brooklyn along with two assists

Men's Soccer forward Kroschwitz Honored by Philly Soccer Six, BIG EAST |
Villanova senior forward Max Kroschwitz (Pipersville, Pa.), who missed all of 2016 due to a knee injury, was named Philly Soccer Six Co-Player of the Week and is also on this week's BIG EAST Honor Roll.

Volleyball travels to Bethlehem, Pa. for Match Against Lehigh |
The Villanova women’s volleyball team travels to Bethlehem, Pennsylvania on Tuesday evening to face off against the Lehigh Mountain Hawks. The in-state matchup will be played at the Leeman-Turner Arena at Grace Hall at 7 p.m. There will be a live stream of the match.

Villanova Rowing Hires New Assistant Coach Nancy Olewnik |
The former student-athlete is back on campus.