VIDEO: Highlights of Hoyas in Florence - Casual Hoya
Four players scored in double figures for Georgetown but it wasn't enough as BC Atletas, a second division professional team from Lithuania, used a run in the fourth period to open a lead and withstood a late comeback from the Hoyas in a 90-85 win at the...
Villanova Football Preview 2015: Offensive line gets shuffled to replace 3 starters - VU Hoops
Praise be to coach Mark Ferrante, who consistently churns out an offensive line that is both powerful in the running game and impenetrable in passing downs, despite working with a smaller amount of scholarships than his FBS buddies. Ferrante will have just 13 offensive linemen this season, and that includes both walk-ons and freshmen who could benefit immensely from a redshirt year.
Marquette Women's Soccer Weekend Preview: vs Utah & at Michigan - Anonymous Eagle
Coming into the 2014 season, Marquette women's soccer had a six season NCAA tournament streak at their backs. Coming into the 2015 season, Marquette looks to start a brand new NCAA tournament streak after missing out on the 2014 edition.
Creighton Athletics Announces Free Home Video Webcasts for 2015-16 - GoCreighton.com
Creighton Athletics today announced that all home Jays Video broadcasts will be streamed free-of-charge via GoCreighton.com. The broadcasts will streamed in HD and feature multiple cameras, replays and graphics.
Final stats from Marquette's European trip - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Marquette concluded its European trip with a 132-75 win over Sam Basket Massagno on Wednesday in Switzerland after three wins in Italy. Here are the final stats from the tour, provided by Marquette Athletics.
3-Point Shot: Rivalries Rekindled - ESPN
ESPN college basketball reporter Andy Katz talks about Georgetown facing Maryland this season and other dream matchups he would love to see.
Pro/Con: Marquette vs. Sam Basket Massagno - Anonymous Eagle
One final game to assess. Well, kind of a game.
Villanova launches West End Zone Project construction cam - VU Hoops
Villanova's latest $18 million athletics facility project isn't for the basketball team. Jay Wright's program got their similarly-priced facility around eight years ago, and now it is the football team's chance for an upgrade to their headquarters. The new West End Zone Project construction will replace the Butler Annex space attached to the Jake Nevin Fieldhouse, within the footprint of the existing Villanova stadium.