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The Villanova Wildcats reached the pinnacle of college basketball last season as they won the National Championship in style. The Wildcats defeated the University of North Carolina Tar Heels in the championship game. The game was a tightly contested game throughout and the Wildcats won the game on a buzzer beating 3 pointer by Kris Jenkins. Villanova is on top and plans to do everything they can to keep their title and repeat next season.

The Villanova Wildcats program had its start in 1920 and had a wide range of coaches who all had mediocre records when coaching the team. The Wildcats got their first prominent coach in 1936, Al Severance, who really propelled the Villanova program into the national spotlight. Severance had a lot of success coaching until 1961. Under Severance, Villanova went 413-201 with 6 tournament appearances and 20 winning seasons. After Severance left in 1961, the next head coach would be Jack Kraft. Kraft continued the success with the program that Severance had already begun. In his first season, Kraft led Villanova to the Elite 8 in the National Tournament. Kraft led the Wildcats to other tournament appearances and other great winning seasons until 1973 where he left to coach at the University of Rhode Island. Under Kraft, Villanova went 242-96 with 11 National Tournament appearances, 1 Final Four appearance, 2 Elite 8 appearances, and 11 winning seasons in his 12 years. The next coach of Villanova would continue the success of the program and take it to another level. Rollie Massimino was the next coach of Villanova and was hired in 1973. Massimino spent his previous years as head coach and assistant coach for various universities. The success didn’t come early for Massimino as he struggled his first few seasons but really began to pick things up in 1977 where he began to have a normal presence in the national tournament. Massimino finished with Villanova in 1992 when he went to coach at UNLV. Under Massimino, Villanova won its first National Title in 1985. Although Massimino doesn’t have a spectacular overall record with 355-241, the Wildcats were always a team that could potentially have the pieces to make a good run in the National Tournament. Massimino also led Villanova to 6 Conference Championships, 2 Elite 8’s, 4 Sweet Sixteens, 14 winning seasons. The next head coach was a former Villanova assistant, Steve Lappas. Villanova had high expectations for Lappas when he began in 1992 but only coached until 2001. Many thought Lappas underperformed on the national stage and couldn’t seem to get it right with Villanova. Under Lappas, Villanova went 174-110 with 2 Conference Championships and 7 winning seasons when he resigned in 2001. The next Villanova hire would be the current Villanova head coach.

Current Villanova head coach, Jay Wright was hired in 2001 and remains coach to this day as he has led Villanova to a lot of great seasons. Wright came from coaching at Hofstra and was once a Villanova assistant basketball coach. Wright had a mediocre start to his coaching career but really picked it up in 2004 and had an appearance in the Sweet Sixteen of the National Tournament. Villanova has been a regular team in the National Tournament ever since then. Currently, Villanova is 354-157 under Wright which is capped off by a huge National Championship win in 2016, the school’s first since 1985. Wright has also led Villanova to 2 Final Four appearances, 4 Big East titles, and 14 winning seasons. Wright is a 2 time Naismith Coach of the Year award winner (2006 and 2016) and a 5 time Big East Coach of the Year award winner. With the Wildcats having just won the National Championship, everyone will be gunning after Wright and Villanova, but they feel they are ready to take on whoever is in front of them.

The Villanova basketball program has been a successful program since its beginning and featured great players that made the team so great. Some of the best players to play for the Villanova Wildcats include: Paul Arizin, Kerry Kittles, Howard Porter, Randy Foye, Tim Thomas, Kyle Lowry, Chris Ford, Rory Sparrow, and many more. Many talented players will continue to flock to Villanova because of the great tradition of the program and how much they win each season and are a regular in the National Tournament.

Everyone wants to take down the top team, and right now, Villanova is the top team in college basketball. With winning the National Tournament last season, everyone will be trying to take down Villanova and their talented squad. But with the very experienced and talented program, Villanova feels that it can repeat National Champions as next season continues to get closer.


The Pavilion in Villanova, PA is home to the Villanova Wildcats basketball team, who continually fills up the Pavilion when they have home games. The Villanova fans go wild for basketball and it’s a very loud and spirited atmosphere when Villanova has a game. Tickets to these great games are often very expensive so when looking for cheap Villanova Wildcats Basketball tickets, check out Rukkus for the best deals!

Villanova Wildcats Basketball Lineup

  • Henry Lowe
  • Kris Jenkins
  • Josh Hart
  • Darrun Hilliard II
  • Phil Booth
  • Darryl Reynolds
  • Ryan Arcidiacono
  • Patrick Farrell
  • JayVaughn Pinkston
  • Daniel Ochefu
  • Mikal Bridges
  • Dylan Ennis
  • Kevin Rafferty
  • Patrick Farrell

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Cheap Villanova Wildcats Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 St. John's Red Storm at Villanova Wildcats Basketball — 02/07/2018
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$2.00 Marquette Golden Eagles at Villanova Wildcats Basketball — 02/04/2015
Wells Fargo Center PA; Philadelphia, PA
$3.00 Villanova Wildcats at Creighton Bluejays Baseball — 05/14/2015
TD Ameritrade Park; Omaha, NE
$4.00 Marquette Golden Eagles at Villanova Wildcats Womens Basketball — 01/04/2015
The Pavilion; Villanova, PA
$4.00 Villanova Wildcats at Pittsburgh Panthers Football — 09/03/2016
Heinz Field; Pittsburgh, PA
$4.00 Georgetown Hoyas at Villanova Wildcats Womens Basketball — 01/11/2015
The Pavilion; Villanova, PA
$4.00 DePaul Blue Demons at Villanova Wildcats Womens Basketball — 01/02/2015
The Pavilion; Villanova, PA
$4.00 Villanova Wildcats at Creighton Bluejays Baseball — 05/16/2015
TD Ameritrade Park; Omaha, NE
$5.00 Big East Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 2 — 03/10/2016
Madison Square Garden; New York, NY
$5.00 Villanova Wildcats at DePaul Blue Demons Womens Basketball — 01/10/2016
McGrath Arena; Chicago, IL

Best and Most Expensive Villanova Wildcats Basketball Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$312.00Butler Bulldogs at Villanova Wildcats Basketball — 02/20/2016
The Pavilion; Villanova, PA
$299.00Villanova Wildcats at Seton Hall Pirates Basketball — 01/03/2015
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$291.00Villanova Wildcats at Providence Friars Basketball — 02/06/2016
Dunkin' Donuts Center; Providence, RI
$282.00Xavier Musketeers at Villanova Wildcats Basketball — 12/31/2015
The Pavilion; Villanova, PA
$257.00Villanova Wildcats at Xavier Musketeers Basketball — 02/17/2018
Cintas Center; Cincinnati, OH
$198.00Villanova Wildcats at St. Josephs Hawks Basketball — 12/01/2015
Michael J. Hagan Arena; Philadelphia, PA
$182.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - Session 3 — 03/20/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$173.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/18/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$169.00NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament - All Sessions — 03/18/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$150.00Butler Bulldogs at Villanova Wildcats Basketball — 12/31/2014
The Pavilion; Villanova, PA