We are now just under one month away from the regular season finale. The season has felt super long, and yet short at times, but the March 6 finale against Providence is quickly approaching.
Here’s the rest of the “news”:
Villanova basketball: Jeremiah Robinson-Earl an 'old soul' for Jay Wright | Inquirer
The Big East freshman of the year last season, Robinson-Earl emphasizes fundamentals and solid play ahead of trying something that is more likely to make a highlight reel.
Gonzaga's Mark Few on scheduling: Everybody doing what's best for own programs | The Spokesman-Review
Just another adjust-on-the-fly week during a crazy college basketball season.
How will the Big East men’s basketball tournament work? Here’s a breakdown | New Haven Register
What happens in the event of a positive test? Game Day logistics, referees, and more info on what to expect from this season’s Big East Tournament.
Villanova holds on to No. 1 seed in new NCAA bracket projections | CBS Sports
Despite the loss to St. John’s, the ‘Cats are still sitting on the one-seed line.
March Madness projections: Ohio State replaces Villanova as No. 1 seed | Sports Illustrated
According to SI, the ‘Cats have fallen from the one-seed line.
Big East observations heading into the late stretch | Busting Brackets
Some observations around the conference heading into the homestretch.
The Big East is poised for a weird stretch run | Banners on the Parkway
The last month of league play might be nuts.
Senior Spotlight: Taryn Ashby | Villanova Office of Undergraduate Studies
VU Hoops writer and senior javelin thrower Taryn Ashby was featured by Villanova OUS! She discussed her recruitment, journey to Villanova, and her sports journalism experiences so far.
Men’s Track: Dolan sets facility record in 1000m at Army West Point | Villanova Athletics
Dolan set a facility record at Gillis Field House, clocking in with a winning time of 2:24.40
Women’s Track: French breaks Villanova shotput record in dual meet at Army West Point | Villanova Athletics
The senior thrower and graduate transfer from Clemson broke a 20-year old record.