Justin Jaworski registered 18 points and six rebounds as Lafayette edged past Loyola (Md.) 69-64 on Sunday.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/7L 93-86
- 11/10W 77-76
- 11/13L 91-61
- 11/18L 84-72
- 11/25W 80-76
- 11/28L 63-58
- 12/2L 64-62
- 12/5L 90-63
- 12/8L 88-77
- 12/19ROSEW 95-54
- 12/21L 81-79
- 1/2L 86-83
- 1/5L 77-69
- 1/9W 85-70
- 1/12L 77-70
- 1/16L 85-77
- 1/19W 84-79
- 1/23L 57-47
- 1/26L 69-63
- 1/30L 93-86
- 2/2L 94-66
- 2/6W 79-72
- 2/10W 69-67
- 2/13W 80-74
- 2/17W 69-64
- 2/20h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/24h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 2/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 3/2h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Justin Jaworski had 19 points to lead five Lafayette players in double figures as the Leopards got past Navy 80-74 on Wednesday night.
Justin Jaworski had 18 points, including two free throws with less than five seconds left, to lead five Lafayette players in double figures as the Leopards held on to beat Holy Cross 69-67 on Sunday. Alex Petrie added 13 points for the Leopards. Lukas...
Alex Petrie scored 20 points, Lukas Jarrett had 13 points with nine rebounds and Lafayette defeated Boston University 79-72 on Wednesday night, snapping a four-game losing streak.
Kimbal Mackenzie scored a career-high 31 points and Bucknell defeated Lafayette, 94-66, on Saturday for the seventh straight time.
Jordan Cohen scored a career-high 33 points that included 14 of Lehigh's 18 points in overtime as the Mountain Hawks beat Lafayette 93-86 on Wednesday night.
Lonnie Grayson came off the bench to score a season-high 19 points and spark Army to a 69-63 win over Lafayette to complete a season sweep of the Leopards on Saturday afternoon.
Rapolas Ivanauskas scored 13 points, Dana Batt had 12 points with eight rebounds and Colgate defeated Lafayette on Wednesday night.
Paulius Zalys scored six of his 21 points in overtime as Lafayette battled past American on Saturday, halting a two-game slide.
John Carter Jr. scored a career-high 18 points, leading four into double-figure scoring and Navy beat Lafayette 85-77 on Wednesday night.
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Analysis of Villanova's 92-59 rout of Lafayette in the second round of the NCAA tournament.
Nova joins exclusive company
Villanova's 41-point win over Lafayette made the Wildcats just the seventh school to win multiple NCAA tournament games by 40-plus points, joining Duke, Syracuse, North Carolina, UCLA, Kansas and Kentucky.
Final: Villanova 93, Lafayette 52
The East's top seed put on quite the performance as it shot 63 percent from the field and had as many steals as turnovers (8). This was two points shy of the school's largest NCAA tournament win -- a 90-47 win vs. Penn in 1971. Box score
Balanced beatdown by Villanova
All five Villanova starters have scored at least a dozen points -- and all eight Wildcats that played have scored at least 7.
Villanova not fans of Patriot League
The largest NCAA tournament loss for a Patriot League team came last season when Wisconsin beat 15th-seeded American by 40 points. Villanova currently leads Lafayette by 42 with under 10 minutes left. Follow live
Half: Villanova 49, Lafayette 26
The Wildcats shot 62.5 percent from the field in the first half, opening up a 23-point lead over the Leopards in an all-Pennsylvania matchup between the 1 and 16 seeds.
Everything going right for Wright
We're not sure why Villanova's Jay Wright is upset here. His squad is shooting better than 60 percent and leads 16-seed Lafayette by 19 points late in the first half. Follow live
Nova-Lafayette battle for Pennsylvania
The last intrastate 1-vs-16 game was between Kentucky and Western Kentucky in 2012.
Villanova-Lafayette by the numbers
- 97.6% of brackets on ESPN picked Villanova
- ESPN's BPI gives Nova a 98.2% chance to win
- Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook has the Wildcats as a 22.5-point favorite
(16) Lafayette vs. (1) Villanova, 6:50 ET
Villanova, which is a No. 1 seed for the second time in school history, rides a 15-game win streak into its NCAA tournament opener. Lafayette is 0-4 all-time in the tourney. Leopards coach Fran O'Hanlon played for Villanova from 1967-70.
There are 65 non-Kentucky teams left in the NCAA tournament. Which of them could beat the Wildcats? And how could they do it?
Joe Lunardi breaks down all 68 teams in his 2015 NCAA tournament Video Previews.
Joe Lunardi and his team of Bracketologists examine the 2015 NCAA tournament outlook for the Lafayette Leopards.