Villanova basketball reserve Dylan Painter to transfer

The redshirt sophomore forward returned to competition this season after redshirting in 2017-18. Although he started in last week's season opener, he played just six minutes.

Villanova football team looking for deja vu in Battle of the Blue

A loss would severely damage the Blue Hens' chances of reaching the FCS playoffs.

Villanova football team looking for deja vu in Battle of the Blue

A loss would severely damage the Blue Hens' chances of reaching the FCS playoffs.

Villanova officially opens its renovated building with a clunker for the ages

Nobody saw this coming: Michigan by 27 in a rematch of last season's NCAA final.

Villanova officially opens its renovated building with a clunker for the ages

Nobody saw this coming: Michigan by 27 in a rematch of last season's NCAA final.

Villanova stunned, 73-46, by Michigan in rematch

The Wildcats and their young players were outplayed on both ends of the floor by the Wolverines, who got a measure of payback for their 79-62 loss in the 2018 national championship game.

Villanova stunned, 73-46, by Michigan in rematch

The Wildcats and their young players were outplayed on both ends of the floor by the Wolverines, who got a measure of payback for their 79-62 loss in the 2018 national championship game.
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Villanova vs. Michigan: Maybe a rematch, maybe not

The two teams are missing a combined seven players from the 2018 national championship game won by the Wildcats. But the two coaches are excited to see where their teams are at.

City 6 observations: Solid start for St. Joe’s, Penn needs to readjust expectations | Mike Jensen

Pookie Powell is a savvy player for La Salle, and Temple did a good job of not panicking while playing from behind. Oh, and Villanova looks all right.

Villanova beats Quinnipiac behind Phil Booth’s hot hand

Phil Booth had a career scoring high to lead Villanova.

Turnovers too much to overcome as Villanova falls to William & Mary, 24-17

Villanova dominates the box score, but it comes up short on the scoreboard, losing to William & Mary on Senior Day.

Villanova’s Jay Wright not happy about facing ex-assistant Baker Dunleavy, who comes to town with Quinnipiac

The Wildcats' head coach and his team take on Quinnipiac and former assistant coach Baker Dunleavy at the Wells Fargo Center. "I hate it," he said.

Villanova riding high entering matchup with William & Mary

Villanova broke a four-game losing streak and picked up its first conference win last week.

Villanova unveils the new pieces of its basketball puzzle | Mike Jensen

A big group of new players saw the court Tuesday night for the defending NCAA champions.

Villanova opens renovated arena by beating Morgan State, 100-77

With four new freshmen, the ninth-ranked Wildcats played a number of different combinations against an up-tempo Morgan State team that pressed the entire game.

Previewing Philly's six college basketball teams

Here is everything you need to know about the 2018-19 college basketball season.

Villanova ready to open new season against Morgan State

A roster that includes four freshmen will debut at Finneran Pavilion. Wildcats coach Jay Wright said his team is "still fixing a lot of things" and that "we still have a lot to learn."

2018-19 college basketball preview: Despite corruption convictions, don’t expect much change — Kansas is favored to win

The 2018-19 season begins Tuesday, about two weeks following the conviction of three people in a pay-for-play scheme. On the court, Kansas is the early favorite to win it all. Does Penn State have a chance to make the NCAA Tournament?

Most City Six teams face changes … and then there is Villanova | Women’s basketball preview

The City Six is looking to send more than just Villanova to the NCAA Tournament this season.

Villanova football is battered but hasn’t lost its fighting spirit entering matchup with Richmond

The Wildcats are looking to break four-game losing streak and pick up their first CAA win.

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