Tag: Albany Great Danes
After losing their first conference game to Richmond last week, the Wildcats were able to bounce back and defeat Albany, 24-13. Zach Bednarczyk was medically cleared to play the game after suffering a headache injury last week, that was originally thought to be linked to a concussion. “I felt good out there,” Bednarczyk said. “For… Read More ›
Villanova has definitely moved on from the heartbreak they suffered against UPenn and William and Mary, because they did not look like a team that had just suffered back to back losses. In fact, they looked dominant. “This was the turnaround game for us this year,” Villanova head coach Andy Talley said. “I thought we played really… Read More ›
Villanova heads up to Albany for the first time in program history, and will look to walk out back at a .500 record. Jesse Hatton shares what he thinks the Wildcats should do in order to come out with a victory.
The Wildcats came out for one last performance in front of the home crowd for the regular season. With the final home game of the season, comes Senior Night. Villanova honored a total of 25 seniors before the game in a nice pre-game ceremony under the lights. After the long-standing traditional ceremony was over, it… Read More ›
Another exciting week to look forward to in Villanova Sports! Quick capsules on Nova XC and their trip to Regionals this weekend and of course, basketball!
Villanova had a nice bounce back win against Towson in a showdown that took place under the lights of Villanova Stadium. Robertson had four touchdowns; throwing for three and running for another. As for the rest of the CAA?
Villanova wasn’t the only one to suffer a close loss in CAA action this past weekend. Two of the four other conference match ups were decided by a touchdown or less. Here’s how they all did:
The college football season is starting to wind down and every game slowly becomes more and more important as we come closer to the homestretch. There are a few teams that are possibly in the playoff hunt, Villanova did their job by beating Morgan State 48-28 to improve to 7-1. As for the rest of the CAA?… Read More ›
Villanova’s big win wasn’t the only exciting game from this past weekend. There were a few other great games around the CAA. Here’s how everyone did in Week 8 action:
There were a number of fairly one-sided games in the CAA this past weekend, including Villanova’s 44-21 win over Rhode Island. Here’s a quick rundown of the rest of the CAA action: