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State of the Nova Nation: Unstuck between The Rock and a hard place, WBB accolades, and the Big East Tournament

Pirates lose their National Championship Game, one final regular season game, and the stage is set for the women’s Big East Tournament in Chicago.

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Episode Description: It wasn’t pretty, and it needed overtime, but the Villanova Wildcats were able to survive the relentless Seton Hall Pirates at the Prudential Center on Wednesday. Defense, Mikal Bridges, and a Jalen Brunson--that finally showed up for the final nine minutes of action--saved the day. Now the ‘Cats will prepare for one last regular season game before beginning post-season play. Meanwhile, the women’s basketball team is ready to tip-off the Big East Tournament in Chicago, but first--there were some awards. Mary Gedaka wins the Sixth Woman of the Year award, while she and Alex Louin also got some All-Big East honors. Harry Perretta shared the Big East Coach of the Year award. We preview the women’s Big East Tournament and answer your questions.