Men's Soccer Archives
Villanova had endured its share of end of regulation heartache in recent weeks. On Saturday, the Wildcats were the team that made the big play late and it gave them three key BIG EAST points.
After a one week break, Villanova (6-5-3 overall, 1-2-2 BIG EAST) returns to the Higgins Soccer Complex on Saturday at 1 p.m. to host Butler in a match with implications for next month's BIG EAST Tournament.
Two Wildcats who played integral roles in Ssturday's 1-1 draw with No. 7 Marquette were honored on Monday for their efforts.
Villanova (6-5-3 overall, 1-2-2 BIG EAST) journeyed into one of the BIG EAST's toughest veunes on a 43 degree night at Valley Fields. They earned a point thanks to an early goal from Hayden Harr and steady defense in front of Will Steiner.
Villanova senior Aaron Dennis has delivered a number of key goals over the course of his four seasons as a Wildcat. Now he stands ready to help his team make a push for the postseason.
Villanova and Seton Hall played a tight duel at the Higgins Soccer Complex on a rainy Wednesday afternoon that featured a series of second half twists.
In its last two matches at home, Villanova outscored the opposition 7-0 earlier this month. The Wildcats hope to continue that trend when they host Seton Hall Wednesday on West Campus.
A pair of Villanova seniors, Colton Bryant and Hayden Harr, were honored Monday by the Philadelphia Soccer Six for their efforts in a 1-1 week for the Wildcats.