Tag: Men’s Soccer
With 2016 coming to a close, we’ll take this time to look back and celebrate the top moments of the year in Villanova Athletics. While Wildcat alumni Kyle Lowry and Matt Szczur each received championship fanfare, they are not included within this list. Lowry, who was a point guard for Team USA basketball, won a gold medal at… Read More ›
It’s a big weekend for a number of teams on Villanova’s campus that are in the postseason or trying to get there–volleyball, football, men’s soccer, and football. Off the field, the men’s basketball team has been taking stances on current events and social issues, is this a good thing? Also, should Mikal Bridges start over Phil Booth?
Last Thursday, the ‘Cats were in the driver’s seat heading into the Big East semifinal match against Butler. However, after a heartbreaking loss in the 1o6th minute of play, destiny is now in the fate of others. It was a semifinal nail bitter against two evenly matched teams, with Villanova and Butler having 12 and… Read More ›
On Saturday, the Villanova University men’s soccer team faced off against the DePaul Blue Devils at the Higgins Soccer Complex. It may have been unseasonably cold for an early October afternoon, but that couldn’t stop the red-hot Wildcats attack, as Villanova triumphed over DePaul for their third straight win by a score of 4-2. The Wildcats… Read More ›