Happy Friday Nova Nation! It’s that time again to take a quick break from Villanova Basketball’s present and glimpse towards the future. Here’s a quick Friday roundup of highlights from Villanova’s Class of 2019:
The future is bright for Nova Nation!
In other “news”, facing Creighton on the heels of that Marquette loss, how deep is the Big East?, and some updates on NBA Wildcats. Have a great weekend, and enjoy!
Defending Champion Villanova Visits Men's Basketball on Sunday | GoCreighton.com
Creighton is 10-6 overall and 1-2 in BIG EAST play after Wednesday's heartbreaking 106-104 overtime loss to No. 21 Marquette.
#15 Marquette Women’s Basketball Preview: at Villanova & at Georgetown | Anonymous Eagle
The Golden Eagles head out east for their first road trip in Big East play.
Class of 2019
No. 1 shows how it’s done: DeMatha handles No. 5 St. John’s, 78-65 - The Washington Post
Villanova commit Justin Moore scores 18 points to lead Stags to 11th straight win.
Hoophall Classic 2019: Prep stars Cole Anthony, Jaden McDaniels & more to play in Springfield event in one week | masslive.com
Hoophall Classic 2019: Cole Anthony, Jaden McDaniels & more to play in Springfield event
How 2 Bulls players went from college rivals to respected teammates | Daily Herald
During the first college game they played against each other, Kris Dunn earned a technical foul for shoving Ryan Arcidiacono. Now that they're Bulls teammates, the two guards have fun reminiscing about their years as college rivals.
Villanova product Omari Spellman experiences rocky NBA transition with Hawks | trentonian.com
BROOKLYN — It isn’t so much the on-court memories that Omari Spellman misses at Villanova, which is saying something given that he was a big part of helping them to
Markus Howard’s 53 points set a Big East record. Here’s what else you might have missed from Marquette vs. Creighton | NCAA.com
There are nights during the long narrative of college basketball’s annual journey that you immediately know — you just know — it’s a signature moment of the season. This was one of them.
College basketball conference standings: Which is deepest? | SI.com
The depth of a conference can make all the difference come March when it comes to team résumés and NCAA tournament seeding. Which leagues are looking the strongest top-to-bottom this year?