2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
26-10, 1st in Big East
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22hMyron Medcalf

Villanova's reign ends in 'ugly game' vs. Purdue

Defending national champion Villanova saw its season come to an inglorious end Saturday with an 87-61 loss to Purdue in the second round of the NCAA tournament. It was the second-largest loss by a defending champion.

No Final Four for Villanova this year (0:41)
Virginia, Tennessee headline South Region (4:45)
Villanova holds off Seton Hall to win 3rd straight Big East title (2:09)
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Villanova wins record third straight Big East title

Villanova became the first team to win three consecutive Big East tournaments, beating Seton Hall 74-72 on Saturday behind seniors Eric Paschall and Phil Booth and key contributions from freshman Saddiq Bey.

Seton Hall gets 2 chances but can't hit a shot to win (1:00)
Bey's block leads to Samuels 3 (0:28)
Nova ends the half on a last-second, tip-in shot to take the lead (0:21)
Paschall powers through the lane for the layup (0:20)
Bey comes up clutch with putback dunk (0:18)
Goodin slams ferociously on defender in the lane (0:25)
Hankins dunks the fast-break lob from Scruggs (0:30)
Scruggs sets up Jones for powerful dunk (0:29)
Paschall elevates to drop in layup off glass (0:23)
Friars' Diallo sinks acrobatic and-1 (0:27)
Paschal finds his way for tough and-1 (0:26)

Team Stats

Points Per Game73.7
Rebounds Per Game34.9
Assists Per Game14.0
Points Allowed67.462nd

Tournament History

Final Fours5
Tournament Record58-36
Championship Seasons1985, 2016
Tournament Appearances37