Villanova Baseball Swept By Seton Hall In Weekend Series

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Villanova baseball got swept in their three-game series at home against Seton Hall. Game one of the series was on Friday 4/16, game two was on Saturday 4/17, and game three was on Sunday 4/18.

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Villanova Baseball Swept in Big East Opener

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Villanova baseball gets swept by Creighton in their first series of Big East play. The three-game series started on 4/9 and ended on 4/11.

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Villanova Baseball Sweeps St. Joe’s, On 12 Game Winning Streak

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Villanova baseball gets the series sweep against St. Joe’s, extending their winning streak to 12 games, their longest since 1989.

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Villanova Baseball Wins Two Against Delaware

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Originally published in The Villanovan. This article is about Villanova baseball’s two game series sweep over Delaware, game one on 3/13 and game two on 3/14.

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South Jersey Native Matt Szczur Signs With the Phillies

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According to a report, the Phillies have signed Cape May’s and Villanova’s Matt Szczur

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What a Sixers draft of Bridges-DiVincenzo would mean for Philly

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Read “What a Sixers draft of Bridges-DiVincenzo would mean for Philly” and more Philadelphia 76ers news and rumors on SportsTalkPhilly.com

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The Wright Stuff: Finally, Jay Wright gets his Moment

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In arguably the wildest 96 seconds of college basketball ever, Jay Wright remained as calm, cool and collected as ever. So did his players, up until Kris Jenkins buzzer-beating shot went down with a bang. That mild-mannered persona is exactly what Villanova showed in the final seconds with a perfect play proving to be the Wright stuff.

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The Shot: Breaking down Kris Jenkins buzzer-beater

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It is the shot that will define Villanova basketball forever. Kris Jenkins with the long-range three-pointer at the buzzer to win the National Championship — well, shots don’t get any bigger than that. The play that led to Jenkins heroics was brilliantly designed and executed to perfection. Break down of the shot and two plays that made it possible.

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National Champs: Kris Jenkins hit buzzer-beater to win title for Villanova

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Kris Jenkins capped a tremendous game with a three-point, buzzer-beating shot to win the National Championship for the Villanova Wildcats in a 77-74 win over the North Carolina Tar Heels on Monday night at NRG Stadium in Houston.

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Villanova-North Carolina: National Championship Preview

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One game will decide the National Champion in Division I college basketball this season. Roy Williams and the North Carolina Tar Heels take on Jay Wright and the Villanova Wildcats. Tip off between these two schools with long-standing histories begins at 9:19 p.m.

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Jay Wright’s Wildcats a Well-oiled Machine

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Every now and then, and it is rare, a basketball team turns in a performance like Villanova did on Saturday night, the kind where there are almost no words to describe it. Against Miami, Kansas and Oklahoma, the Wildcats held their own and then some, leading with defense first. That system has Jay Wright’s team playing like a well-oiled machine.

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Super Nova: Villanova rolls into National Championship with rout of Oklahoma

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A 71.4 percent shooting clip helped propel the Villanova Wildcats into the National Championship game on Monday night as they rolled to a 95-51 win over the Oklahoma Sooners on Saturday night at NRG Stadium in Houston.

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Villanova-Oklahoma: Final Four Preview

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The Villanova Wildcats and Oklahoma Sooners meet for the second time this season, this time with a trip to the NCAA Division I National Championship on the line. Tip off from Houston is set for 6:09 p.m.

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Villanova’s Road to the Final Four

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The Villanova Wildcats are back in the Final Four for the first time since 2009 looking to channel the will of the 1985 team that came away with a championship. But before moving forward with Saturday’s game against the Oklahoma Sooners, here is how the Wildcats got to Houston.

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