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‘Nova Mourns Loss of Massimino

Report From Villanova University Rollie Massimino, the coaching icon who led Villanova for 19 seasons and guided the Wildcats to the 1985 NCAA national championship, passed away quietly surrounded by family at his Florida home on Wednesday at the age ...

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Martelli Jr Joins St. Joe Staff

Phil Martelli Jr. is returning to his alma mater at the director of basketball operations at St. Joseph’s University. For more on this story, click here.

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‘Nova Gets 4-Star Recruit from Rhode Island

Villanova University’s men’s basketball squad has picked up its second four-star high school player for its freshman class of 2018 with 6-foot-8 forward Cole Swider out of St. Andrews School, Barrington, RI. He reportedly chose ‘Nova over Duke, Syracuse and Xavier. For ...

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Conestoga Grad Selected by Cubs in 2017 MLB Draft

In the first round of Monday’s Major League Baseball draft, Conestoga graduate Brendon Little was selected 27th overall by the Chicago Cubs after his sophomore season at State College of Florida. For more on this story, click here.

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La Salle Gets Local Transfer From Marquette

La Salle’s basketball program has added 6-foot point guard Traci Carter as the fourth recruit to its 2017 class, although he won’t be eligible to play until 2018. Carter is a Philadelphia native who’s coming back after spending two seasons at ...

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Brunson to Return to Villanova

Villanova point guard Jalen Brunson announced Thursday that he will return to the team next season and not enter this year’s NBA draft. For more on this story, click here.

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Trust the Selection Sunday Process?

Trust the Selection Sunday Process?

The Philly Sports Jabronis and Sports Betting Dime offer college basketball fans a tutorial on what goes into the March Madness selection process. Start cramming here. Most college and university students are bracing for mid-terms, but for those student athletes ...

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