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The Villanova Wildcats are proof that basketball programs can be a success no matter when they get started. Villanova didn't begin competing in basketball until 1920, yet with over 1,600 wins, ranks in the top 30 of all-time college basketball wins. The only other programs in the top 50 that started that late are UCLA (1920) and Arkansas (1924). Additionally, Villanova has appaered in the NCAA tournament 34 times, which is the eighth most in NCAA history. Villanova has made four apperances in the Final Four: 1939, 1972, 1985 and 2009. The Wildcats won the 1985 national championship in what is considered one of the biggest upsets in college basketball history. Villanova, an eight seed, defeated Georgetown (the defending national champions), 66-64 in the title game.

Villanova remains the highest seed ever to win the NCAA tournament. Additionally, Villanova remains the school with the most wins in the NCAA tournament as the lower seed. As a member of the Big East conference, Villanova has remained a highly-visible program and fans enjoy buying Villanova basketball tickets to fill up the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia for some of the bigger contests against other great teams.

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    3-3-15: The #6 ranked Villanova Wildcats extended their winning streak to seven straight games last week with strong performances against the #18 ranked Butler Bulldogs and the Seton Hall Pirates. With the pair of victories Villanova extended their lead in the Big East Conference with an 11-2 record while improving their overall record to 24-2. The Wildcats have just five games remaining before March Madness begins next month in Men’s College Basketball. Villanova started their week off by traveling to the BMO Harris Bradley Center to face off with the Marquette Golden Eagles from the Big East. During the contest the Wildcats were able to push their winning streak to seven straight games 87-76 with a victory over Marquette. The Villanova scoring attack was led by four starters and Josh Hart off the bench who had double figures led by Darrun Hillard II and his 19 point effort. Meanwhile the Golden Eagles were led by 20 points from JaJuan Johnson but it was not enough in the loss for the Golden Eagles. Villanova put their new eight game winning streak on the line in their final game of the week when the team stayed home inside the Pavilion to play host to the #25 ranked Providence Friars. During the contest Villanova put the game out of hand early as the Wildcats went on to easily beat Providence by the final score of 89-61. The Wildcats rout of the Friars was fueled from 24 points from Darrun Hillard II while JayVaughn Pinkston added 16 points in the victory. Meanwhile the Providence scoring attack was led by 18 points from Tyler Harris while LaDontae Henton added 12 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Friars. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 26-2 (13-2 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team travels to the Cintas Center to face off with the Xavier Musketeers before finishing the week inside the CenturyLinkCenter Omaha facing off with the Creighton Bluejays.

    2-20-15: The #6 ranked Villanova Wildcats pushed their winning streak to five straight games last week when the team easily dismantled the Georgetown Hoyas and the Providence Friars. With the pair of victories and the extended winning streak the team pushed their impressive overall record to 22-2 on the season while improving their Big East Conference record to 9-2 this season. Villanova started their week off by traveling to the Hinkle Fieldhouse to take on the #18 ranked Butler Bulldogs. During the contest Darrun Hilliard II went off for the Wildcats and pushed the team to their sixth straight victory with a win over Butler 68-65. Hilliard II led the team with 31 points while JayVaughn Pinkston added 12 points in the victory for Villanova. Meanwhile the Bulldogs attack was led by 19 points each from Kellen Dunham and Alex Barlow but it was not enough in the loss for the Bulldogs. Villanova put their six game winning streak on the line in their final game of the week against the Seton Hall Pirates at home inside the Pavilion. During the contest Villanova set the tone early and often as the Wildcats took a 16 point lead at halftime before extending that lead by another ten points in an 80-54 victory over Seton Hall. The Pirates scoring attack was led by 15 points from Isaiah Whitehead while Sterling Gibbs added 12 points but it was not enough in the loss for Seton Hall. Meanwhile Darrun Hilliard II led all scorers for Villanova in the contest with 18 points in the big victory for the Wildcats. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 24-2 (11-2 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team travels to Marquette to take on the Marquette Golden Eagles inside the BMO Harris Bradley Center before finishing their week off back at home inside the Pavilion playing host to the Providence Friars.

    2-17-15: The #7 ranked Villanova Wildcats won both of their games last week extending their mini winning streak to a modest three straight games. The Wildcats were able to take down the DePaul Blue Demons and the Marquette Golden Eagles pushing their overall record to 20-2 on the season. With the pair of victories Villanova also saw their Big East Conference record improve to 7-2 on the season in Men’s College Basketball. Villanova started their week off by staying at home inside the Wells Fargo Center to play host to the #24 ranked Georgetown Hoyas. During the contest Villanova jumped out to an early lead looking to avenge an early season loss to this same Hoyas team. Villanova took a 14 point lead with them into the halftime before extending that lead by another two points in the second half. With the offensive explosion from Darrun Hillard II who scored 15 points the Wildcats took down the Hoyas by the final score of 69-53. In the loss the Hoyas offensive attack was led by15 points from L.J. Peak but it was not enough for Georgetown in the contest. Villanova took the momentum from their victory with them for their final game of the week in Providence when the team faced off with the Providence Friars. During the contest Villanova pushed their winning streak to five games in a row with a 74-68 victory over Providence. The Villanova scoring attack was led by Ryan Arcidiacono who had 20 points while three of his teammates scored in double figures in the victory for the Wildcats. Meanwhile LaDontae Henton led all scorers in the contest with 23 points for the Friars but it was not enough in the loss for Providence. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 22-2 (9-2 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team travels to Butler to take on the #23 ranked Butler Bulldogs inside Hinkle Fieldhouse before finishing their week off back inside the Pavilion as the team plays host to the Seton Hall Pirates.

    2-6-15: The #7 ranked Villanova Wildcats did not start out last week the way the team had hoped as the team was upset and blown out by their conference rivals the Georgetown Hoyas. The Wildcats did recover to beat Creighton to end the week which improved their overall record to 18-2 on the season while the team boasted an impressive 5-2 Big East record this season. Villanova started their week off by making the trip to DePaul’s Allstate Arena to take on the DePaul Blue Demons. During the contest DePaul actually took a six point lead with them into the locker room at halftime before the Wildcats picked up the pace and the tempo. Villanova outscored DePaul in the second half by 19 points to ultimately win the game by the final score of 68-55. Ryan Arcidiacono led all scorers in the contest with 18 points while JayVaughn Pinkston added 14 points in the victory for Villanova. Meanwhile the DePaul offensive attack was led by 14 points from Billy Garrett Jr. but it was not nearly enough in the loss for the Blue Demons. Villanova took their modest two game winning streak back home to the Pavilion to play host to the Marquette Golden Eagles to finish out their week. During the contest Villanova had a blowout on their hands early in the contest as the team went on to beat Marquette by the final score of 70-52. The leading scorer for Villanova was Ryan Arcidiacono who had 18 points while Darrun Hilliard II added12 points in the victory for the Wildcats. Meanwhile the Marquette scoring attack was led by JaJuan Johnson who had 10 points on the night but it was not nearly enough in the loss for the Golden Eagles. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 20-2 (7-2 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team stays home in the Pavilion to play host to the Georgetown Hoyas before finishing their week off on the road in Providence taking on the Providence Friars.

    2-3-15: The #7 ranked Villanova Wildcats week last week started out great with a victory over Penn that pushed their winning streak to four straight games and 17 of their last 18 before the upset bug appeared. Villanova lost their second game of the season to finish their week against their Big East rivals in the Georgetown Hoyas. With the split of games Villanova pushed their overall record to 17-2 on the season and 4-2 in the Big East Conference. Villanova was the fourth best team in Men’s College Basketball before Georgetown shocked the team and the team fell to the #7 ranking entering a short week for the team. Villanova started their week off by playing their only game of the week back at home inside the Pavilion when the team played host to the Creighton Bluejays. During the contest Villanova more than doubled up Creighton in the first half as the Wildcats looked to breeze their way to another victory. In the second half it was more of the same for Villanova as the team expanded their lead by another six points to win the game by the final score of 71-50. The leading scorer for the Wildcats was Darrun Hilliard II who finished with 24 points while Ryan Arcidiacono added 10 points in the victory for Villanova. Meanwhile Creighton’s offensive attack was led by 13 points from James Milliken but it was not enough as he was the only Bluejays player to score in double figures in the loss. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 18-2 (5-2 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team travels to DePaul to take on the Blue Demons inside the Allstate Arena, Rosemont before finishing their week off back at home inside the Pavilion to play host to the Marquette Golden Eagles.

    1-26-15: The #5 ranked Villanova Wildcats had a successful week last week winning both of their games against DePaul and Xavier pushing their overall record to 16-1. The Wildcats also started Big East conference play and have an overall conference record of 4-1 with their only loss coming in upset fashion at the hands of Seton Hall. Villanova started their week off by traveling to Pennsylvania to take on the Pennsylvania Quakers inside Palestra. During the contest Penn actually had Villanova on upset alert during the first half as the Quakers pushed the Wildcats to a 23-21 lead at halftime. In the second half Villanova proved why they are the fifth best team in the nation this season as Daniel Ochefu and his 21 point night led the way to victory for the Wildcats. Despite 18 points from Antonio Woods the Villanova Wildcats were able to take down Pennsylvania by the final score of 62-47. Villanova finished their week off by traveling to Georgetown to take on the Georgetown Hoyas inside the Verizon Center. During the contest Georgetown exploded in the first half posting 42 points while holding the #4 ranked team in the nation to just 20 points. The Wildcats had to feel like a second half comeback attempt was in them but the Hoyas only lost two points off their lead in an eventual upset victory over Villanova 78-58. During the game Villanova’s attack was led by 16 points from Ryan Arcidiacono but it was not nearly enough in the blowout loss to the Hoyas. Meanwhile in the victory Georgetown’s scoring attack was led by 17 points each from D’Vauntes Smith-Rivera and Isaac Copeland who each had a big hand in the upset. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 17-2 (4-2 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team only plays one game against the Creighton Bluejays. The game will be played as a home game for Villanova with the contest being played inside the Pavilion.

    1-22-15: The Villanova Wildcats came into the new week after suffering their first loss of the season last week at the hands of Seton Hall. With the loss Villanova’s record dropped to 14-1 on the season and their Big East record fell to 2-1 on the season. The Wildcats did bounce back with a big victory over a ranked team in the St. John’s Red Storm which left the team ranked #8 in Men’s College Basketball this season. Villanova started their week off by staying home inside The Pavilion to play host to their Big East Rivals in the DePaul Blue Demons. During the contest Villanova jumped all over DePaul in the first half dropping 45 points in the first half while holding the Blue Demons to just 24 points. Ryan Arcidiacono scored 14 points in the first half while Darrun Hilliard II added12 in a big first half for Villanova. In the second half Villanova took their foot off the accelerator a bit but still easily went on to beat DePaul by the final score of 81-64. The Blue Demons attack was led by 12 points from Tommy Hamilton IV but it was not enough in the loss to the Wildcats. Villanova then finished their week off back inside the Pavilion as the team played host to the Xavier Musketeers in a Big East matchup for both schools. During the contest Villanova jumped all over Xavier early in the contest as the Wildcats took a 45-27 lead with them into the half. Villanova was led by 18 points from Ryan Arcidiacono as the Wildcats went on to beat Xavier by the final score of 88-75. Matt Stainbrook did all he could for Xavier scoring 17 points but it was not enough in the loss to Villanova. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 16-1 (4-1 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team spends the week out on the road with the first contest coming inside Palestra when the team faces off with the Pennsylvania Quakers. Villanova will then finish their week off out on the road inside the Verizon Center when the team faces off with the Georgetown Hoyas.

    1-12-15: The Villanova Wildcats came into the week with a perfect 13-0 record on the season as the team prepares for Big East play. The Wildcats schedule has been pretty soft this season as the team has only beat two ranked teams in Men’s College Basketball which explains their #8 ranking in the nation. Villanova started their week off by traveling to the Prudential Center to take on the Seton Hall Pirates. Villanova was quickly put on upset alert as Seton Hall took a quick lead out of the gates and a four point lead at halftime. Villanova came storming back in the second half but it was only enough to force an overtime period despite 19 points from Daniel Ochefu. In the extra period Seton Hall’s guard Sterling Gibbs led his team to a big quarter padding his 20 point night as the Pirates went on to shock the unbeaten Wildcats and win the game by the final score of 66-61 in overtime. After Villanova’s first loss of the season the team looked to rebound inside Madison Square Garden when the team faced off with the St. John’s Red Storm. During the contest Villanova’s thoughts presumably went towards another overtime period as the Red Storm played the Wildcats tough and close. Villanova trailed by one point at halftime before exploding in the second half behind 21 points from Darrun Hilliard II and 15 points from Dylan Ennis. Villanova posted a whopping 57 points in the half as the team went on to handedly beat St. John’s by the final score of 90-72. The Red Storm attack was led by 25 points from D’Angelo Harrison but the Wildcats second half push was too much to overcome for St. Johns. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 14-1 (2-1 Big East). Catch the Wildcats next week as the team stays home all week to play host to the DePaul Blue Demons before welcoming the Xavier Musketeers to The Pavilion. Both contests will be Big East matchups for the Wildcats as conference play continues.

    1-2-15: The Villanova Wildcats came into the week boasting a perfect 12-0 record on the young Men’s College Basketball season which leaves the team ranked #7 in the nation. Villanova has beaten ranked teams in the then #14 ranked VCU Rams and the then #19 Michigan Wolverines while surviving close overtime games with the Syracuse Orange. Villanova takes the momentum from their strong start with them this week as the team begins their Big East Conference schedule. Villanova started their week off by staying home inside the Pavilion to play host to the pesky Butler Bulldogs of the Big East. During the game Butler lived up to their pesky moniker playing Villanova close in the first half. The Wildcats took a marginal four point lead into the locker room at half time despite having four players that scored in double figures in the contest. Butler’s second half attack was led by 12 points each from Andrew Chrabascz and Alex Barlow but the Bulldogs comeback attempt fell just short. Villanova survived a bit of a scare against Butler but still came out on top in the contest by the final score of 67-55. Villanova finished their week off by posting an overall record of 13-0 which will likely improve on the team’s #6 ranking in Men’s College Basketball this season. Catch the Wildcats next week as the team stays home inside the Pavilion to play host to the Seton Hall Pirates before traveling to St. John’s to take on the St. John’s Red Storm on the road to finish the week.

    12-26-14: The Villanova Wildcats had to play a pair of games this week before their school and their basketball programs took a long and extended break for the Christmas holiday. The first matchup for the Wildcats was against the Syracuse Orange at home inside the Wells Fargo Center. During the contest Syracuse used a huge first half to put the Wildcats on upset alert as Villanova went into the half trailing Syracuse 43-31. Villanova proved why they were the 7th ranked team in the nation this season in the second half as the team staged a second half comeback led by 25 points from JayVaughn Pinkston. Despite 18 points each from Michael Gbinije and Rakeem Christmas for Syracuse the Wildcats came all the way back and forced and overtime period. In overtime the Wildcats took control of the contest once again to take down the Orange by the final score of 82-77. Villanova stayed home inside the Pavilion for their second matchup of the week as the team stayed home to play host to the N.J.I.T Highlanders. During this contest Damon Lynn and his Highlanders teammates came out of the locker room ready to face off with the Wildcats and were not fazed by their high rankings in the nation. N.J.I.T took a three point lead with them into the half as they were leading Villanova 44-41 before the Wildcats took over the contest. Villanova, led by six players who scored in double figures in the contest, came out of the half with the hot hand shooting as the Wildcats doubled up on the Highlanders in the second half with 51 points en route to a 92-67 victory. With the win the Wildcats improved their record to record to 12-0 on the season and climbed to the #7 ranking in the nation. Catch the Wildcats next week as the team stays home inside the Pavilion to play host to the Butler Bulldogs.

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    Villanova Ticket Price History

    Average Home Price Since 2010

    Year Avg Price
    2010-11: $54.22
    2011-12: $44
    2012-13: $60.77
    2013-14: $62.11
    2014-15: $64.48

    Five Most Expensive Home Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    2/24/2015 vs. Providence Friars: $232.61
    1/25/2015 vs. Creighton Blue Jays: $221.45
    12/31/2014 vs. Butler Bulldogs: $213.25
    2/16/2015 vs. Seton Hall Pirates: $188.65
    12/14/2014 vs. Temple Owls: $171.13

    Five Most Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    2/07/2014 vs. Seton Hall Pirates: $593.33
    12/11/2012 vs. St. Josephís Hawks: $293.50
    2/24/2015 vs. Providence Friars: $232.61
    1/25/2015 vs. Creighton Bluejays: $221.45
    12/31/2014 vs. Butler Bulldogs: $213.25

    Five Least Expensive Homes Games of 2014-15:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/30/2014 vs. Delaware Blue Hens: $25
    11/30/2014 vs. Delaware Blue Hens: $39
    11/09/2014 vs. Nyack Warriors: $49
    2/04/2015 vs. Marquette Golden Eagles: $54.09
    11/17/2014 vs. University of Maryland Eastern Shore: $63.43

    Five Least Expensive Home Games Since 2010:

    Date Opponent Avg Price
    11/08/2011 vs. NYIT Bears: $13
    12/13/2011 vs. Boston University Terriers: $20
    12/18/2010 vs. Delaware Blue Hens: $22
    11/30/2014 vs. Delaware Blue Hens: $25
    2/20/2012 vs. UConn Huskies: $35

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