Villanova students petitioning for campus bridges to be named after Mikal Bridges

Villanova students petitioning for campus bridges to be named after Mikal Bridges

Villanova students petitioning for campus bridges to be named after Mikal Bridges

Another March in the books means another successful NCAA tournament. The game needed the example of Loyola Chicago to restore the charm of amateurism during this tournament, but it was desperate for a team with the characteristics of Villanova to win the whole thing. Here is a condensed "One Shining Moment" to honor the end of the tournament. Villanova is just the eighth school to win at least two NCAA men's basketball championships in a three-season span.

Congratulations to both members and schools! No longer will the 1-16 upset be deemed impossible. At the same time, DiVincenzo is now 21 and I imagine he has matured over the past seven years.

"I'm just so thankful that he was able to have one of these nights tonight", said Villanova guard Jalen Brunson, who garnered several national player of the year honors as the season has come to a close, "It just shows you how much depth we have as a team and how we just don't care who gets the credit".

But the underlying hero was Muhammed-Ali Abdur-Rakhman, the assistor on the play.

Despite coming on board in 2001, the Wildcats haven't been living up to the powerhouse name until the last couple of years, and with two title to their name over the last three years, that label isn't going away anytime soon.

Philly is starting to get used to being winners.

UMBC was the historic story of this tournament.

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Donte DiVincenzo wasn't the only thing on fire last night. the students at Villanova blazed up several bonfires near campus Monday night after the Wildcats beat MI.

A city spokeswoman confirmed to the Philadelphia Inquirer that the city would hold a parade for the Wildcats, but details about the event have yet to be revealed. As he walked to the locker room after the loss to MI, he told senior Ben Richardson to "keep that head high walking through here because you changed the direction of this whole program".

They were not only epic comebacks-they were epic upsets as well. This one is definitely going to help the town. "I'm sure that Thursday or Friday, I'll be out recruiting".

Though it was a team noted for its high-powered offense, the best offense ever in the rich history of college basketball in the Philadelphia area, these Wildcats won various ways.

That's why they play the games. The Wolverines never totally clicked offensively, but their defense was solid for most of the season and kept getting better.

But wire-to-wire, this game stood above all others-two heavyweight programs exchanging blows, one led by outstanding freshman, the other riding senior leadership. He shattered the previous game record for most points by a non-starter, beating out Luke Hancock's score of 22 in 2013. But the Ramblers, too, were worthy of the headlines, reaching the Final Four as a No. 11 seed.

"Donte's willingness to come off the bench this year and be the sixth man really separated us from other teams".

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