Month: September 2015
The debut of our video podcast, The State of the Nova Nation, was released late last night. In it, we take a close look at football, men’s soccer, as well as many other Villanova sports. We’re also lucky to have All-American linebacker Don Cherry join us for a nice chat.
Midterms’ week is quickly approaching, but there are plenty of Villanova sporting events going on to watch during your study breaks.
I’m going to try and put something together that I could hope rationalize a historic loss for this program. This season has so much promise, but that thing called the injury bug is rearing its ugly head. The season isn’t proverbially over yet, but does this certainly feel like a tough loss to bounce back… Read More ›
The Quakers used to be known as an easy win. No matter how much Villanova struggled in a given year, a game against Penn was almost always penciled in as a victory. However, this would be the year that Penn defied the odds. Penn came out swinging, and drove Villanova onto its heels. The 104-year… Read More ›
Campus may be shutting down, Philadelphia might be busy, but Villanova sports beats on. With the papal visit, comes lots of excitement and traffic. Regardless, the Wildcats continue on, here are the upcoming games and events to look forward to.
Villanova has gone 103 years without losing to Penn, will the streak continue? Here’s what you need to know for this Thursday night’s game.
First, introductions are in order. My name is Patrick Ciapciak and I’m a senior at Villanova who has been dedicated to Villanova sports since the day I walked onto this hallowed campus. I’ll be writing a fan’s perspective on every major Villanova game, so get excited. In short, I’ll be writing what every ‘Nova fan… Read More ›
The game against Delaware was predicted to be a slug-fest. It was predicted to be a game where grit and toughness would endure over mere strategy and play-calling. Just like in years past, grit endured. In the fourth quarter, star quarterback John Robertson went down with what is believed to be a PCL tear at first glance. Up… Read More ›
Villanova hasn’t lost to Delaware since 2011, but the Blue Hens have taken the Wildcats right down to the wire in the last two meetings. Here’s what to expect for this Parents’ Weekend/Battle of the Blue Game.
Jay Wright secured his second commitment of the class of 2016 Wednesday morning in 3-star big man Dylan Painter. “Beyond excited to announce that I am going to be joining the Villanova Basketball family! Thanks for everyone’s support,” said Painter in a tweet, confirming his verbal commitment. The 6-10 center, a local product out of… Read More ›