Tag: Gerard Smith
Despite a great defensive effort, the Villanova Wildcats’ offense was unable to find the end zone on Senior Day at Villanova Stadium. On a brisk day at Villanova, the Villanova offense was just as cold as the temperatures outside. The passing game was inefficient, as quarterback Zach Bednarczyk was 12-of-30 for 71 passing yards on the day…. Read More ›
Coming off a stellar performance on both sides of the ball, the No. 19 ranked Wildcats tried to build off their 40-21 win against Towson. On Saturday, it was the defense who came up big in Villanova’s 31-14 win against Lafayette, making a big opening statement on the very first play of the game. On the opening… Read More ›
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.
It’s another win or go home type game for ‘Nova Football. The Dukes will be without star quarterback Vad Lee, so who’s left?
Never count this team out. For weeks the demise of Villanova football has been spoken from fans and pundits alike. Eulogies for Villanova’s playoff hopes rang out from the Stadium to fan blogs across the internet (myself, admittedly, one such eulogizer). Yet on Saturday night, Villanova football reminded us all that this season is far… Read More ›
An exciting end for a great week of Villanova Athletics. Here are the main storylines of the week in football, men’s and women’s basketball, volleyball, cross country, and swimming and diving.
Villanova has been the underdog the majority of the season. Most did not expect today’s game to be this close, nor did they expect Villanova to be in the game at all. Villanova looked different today, but in a good way. The defense was strong as usual: but the Villanova aerial assault, not the running game, carried the… Read More ›
I’m happy to announce that Villanova Football is finally back. Yes, the season has been underway for months now, but the team in blue and white who played has had some ups and downs. On Saturday, this team showed that it still has the might of a power to be reckoned with. But wait, there’s more! The… 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 ›
Where to begin? Villanova has lost yet again at home in ugly fashion, and I’m as confused as I was on my Political Theory midterm last week. It’s difficult not to be negative looking forward after what we witnessed at Villanova Stadium. As Coach Andy Talley made clear after the game, this team is not… Read More ›