Tag: Dylan Ennis
As the website approaches its fourth birthday, I would like to say thank you to everyone that has supported VUBenchMob.com. It has been on my mind over the last few months, but I would like to announce that VUBenchMob.com will not be coming back for a fifth season of Villanova hoops and will shut down. I’d like to express my thanks and gratitude to those that helped this site grow over the years.
With 2016 and New Year’s Eve celebrations just around the corner, we’ll take this time to look back and celebrate the top moments of 2015 in Villanova Athletics.
Redshirt junior guard Dylan Ennis will be transferring out of Villanova. Ennis averaged 9.9 points per game, 3.7 boards per game, and 3.5 assists per game. He was named to the Big East All-Tournament Team this season. Ennis joined the Wildcats in the summer of 2012 after spending his freshman season at Rice. He sat out one… Read More ›
It looked like this would be the year. Villanova was primed for big things, it just needed to beat the N.C. State Wolfpack. A win would grant the Wildcats their first Sweet 16 since the 2008-2009 season, when they went to the Final Four. Villanova was not off to a great start. Despite holding a… Read More ›
Thursday night can’t come soon enough!
“The final game in Madison Square Garden is a thrill for anybody that’s in the northeast in basketball,” said Villanova head coach Jay Wright leading up to tonight’s game. “You just dream about that.” Tonight, dream became reality. Not only did the Wildcats get to the championship game, but they also won their first Big East… Read More ›
Remember what happened at last year’s Big East Tournament? Darrun Hilliard doesn’t. “You can’t control what happens in the past,” said Hilliard. “You can only control what happens now. As far as last year – it’s over.” The Wildcats didn’t show any sign of the past haunting them. They shut down any remaining worries for another big disappointment…. Read More ›
With Chris Obekpa and Jamal Branch out, it looked like Villanova could just cruise to victory. Instead, St. John’s Red Storm went straight for Wildcats. St. John’s was off to a red-hot start. Phil Greene IV made two quick jumpers to give the Red Storm the lead. Dylan Ennis got the Wildcats on the board when he was fouled during a three-point shot…. Read More ›
Tonight’s visit to the CenturyLink Center in Omaha, Nebraska, conjured up some horrible memories of the heartbreaking loss that the Wildcats suffered last season. The newly ranked #4 team was not going to ease its way to victory over the sub-.500 Creighton Bluejays. It seemed that Villanova’s 1-seed hopes were in peril, as Creighton put them… Read More ›
Earlier today, the Wildcats made it official. With the Georgetown Hoyas en route to a double digit loss to the St. John’s Red Storm, Villanova-Xavier was getting ready to tip-off. It was the Wildcats’ time to add the exclamation point right next to the regular season outright title. After today’s win at the Cintas Center,… Read More ›