NCAA Basketball

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Final 1 2 Tot
28 33 61
32 35 67
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6:00 PM PT7:00 PM MT8:00 PM CT9:00 PM ET2:00 PM GMT10:00 PM 北京时间7:00 PM MST9:00 PM EST, Feb 27, 2019
Finneran Pavilion, Villanova, Pennsylvania  Attendance: 6,501

Villanova trying to right ship vs. No. 10 Marquette

Villanova will attempt to snap a season-worst three-game losing streak when it hosts No. 10 Marquette on Wednesday night.

The Wildcats had been ranked No. 13 but dropped three straight road games to St. John's, Georgetown and Xavier to fall out of the Top 25.

Villanova still holds a formidable 20-8 record, including 11-4 in the Big East. It will look to avenge a 66-65 loss on Feb. 9 to the Golden Eagles.

The 66-54 loss to Xavier on Sunday included a rough stretch in the second half in which the Wildcats missed nine consecutive shots and went more than nine minutes without scoring.

They'll look to bounce back against Marquette (23-4, 12-2).

"I don't think confidence is the issue," Villanova head coach Jay Wright said. "We're not executing the way we want to, not getting easy baskets off of our defense. It just makes every shot we take monumental. I thought we got some good looks, but we didn't get any second shots in the second half."

Seniors Eric Paschall (17 points) and Phil Booth (14 points) combined to shoot 11 of 28 against the Musketeers. As a team, the Wildcats connected on only 10 of 36 shots from beyond the arc .

Villanova's perimeter defense was uncharacteristically weak in the 12-point defeat.

"They were just really good at breaking us down off the dribble and getting to the rim," Wright said. "We didn't really have an answer for them there. We weren't strong at the rim, and we weren't keeping our defense tight to keep them out of the lane. Once we started doing that, they kicked it out for threes. That was the difference."

The Golden Eagles haven't won consecutive games against Villanova since sweeping the regular season series in 2011-12.

With a win, Marquette can secure the No. 1 seed in the Big East Tournament and at least a share of the regular-season title.

The Golden Eagles won at Providence 76-58 on Saturday. Sam Hauser led the way with 18 points and 13 rebounds, while Sacar Anim also had 18 points. Joey Hauser scored 15 points, while leading scorer Markus Howard had 14 but shot just 2 of 12 from the field.

Sam Hauser picked up his fifth double-double of the season.

Marquette head coach Steve Wojciechowski said that he was especially impressed with Anim's performance.

"You have to have guys who can make plays because you're not going to be able to run a lot of plays against them because of the defense," Wojciechowski told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "And I thought Sacar's attack mentality was huge for our team. His ability to drive the ball to make plays for himself and make plays for others really jump-started our team."

The balanced Golden Eagles proved once again that they can win without a huge scoring output from Howard. Though Howard missed 10 of his 12 shots, he did convert all eight of his free throws. The result was still an 18-point win.

"We have a number of guys that are capable of playing really well," Wojciechowski said. "We have a group of kids that have bought into their role and have maintained from very early in the season that the mission is the most important thing."

--Field Level Media

Updated February 26, 2019

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NCAA FB
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Ball State   7:00pm
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NFL
Carolina   Sun 4:05pm
Arizona  
NHL
Carolina   7:00pm
Washington  
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Air Force 19 01:02 4th
Boise State 30
Utah 20 08:46 4th
USC 23
Boston College   12:00pm
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Appalachian State   3:30pm
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UCF   3:30pm
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Washington   3:30pm
BYU  
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Ball State   7:00pm
NC State  
Old Dominion   7:00pm
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Oregon   7:00pm
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Charlotte   7:30pm
Clemson  
Oklahoma State   7:30pm
Texas  
Notre Dame   8:00pm
Georgia  
Colorado   10:00pm
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UCLA   10:30pm
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Interleague
Philadelphia 2 F
Cleveland 5
Philadelphia   7:10pm
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American League
Seattle 3 F
Baltimore 5
Toronto 4 F
New York 3
Boston 4 F
Tampa Bay 5
Chicago 10 F
Detroit 1
Kansas City 3 F
Minnesota 4
Los Angeles 4 F
Houston 6
Texas 0 7th
Oakland 6
Toronto   1:05pm
New York  
Boston   6:10pm
Tampa Bay  
Chicago   6:10pm
Detroit  
Seattle   7:05pm
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Kansas City   7:10pm
Minnesota  
Los Angeles   7:10pm
Houston  
Texas   9:07pm
Oakland  
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St. Louis 2 F
Chicago 1
New York 8 F
Cincinnati 1
Washington 6 F
Miami 4
San Francisco 0 F
Atlanta 6
Pittsburgh 1 F
Milwaukee 10
Arizona 2 6th
San Diego 0
Colorado 4 4th
Los Angeles 3
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New York   4:10pm
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Washington   6:10pm
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Arizona   8:40pm
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Los Angeles   Sun 8:20pm
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Toronto 3
Nashville 1 F
Tampa Bay 3
New York 2 F
New Jersey 4
New York 4 F/OT
Detroit 3
St. Louis 4 F/OT
Winnipeg 3
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Edmonton 6
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Colorado   6:00pm
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Carolina   7:00pm
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New York   7:00pm
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New York   7:00pm
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Toronto   7:00pm
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1 19 Martin Truex Jr 24
2 4 Kevin Harvick 3
3 2 Brad Keselowski 18
4 9 Chase Elliott 8
5 12 Ryan Blaney 23
6 88 Alex Bowman 19
7 24 William Byron 14
8 42 Kyle Larson 15
9 22 Joey Logano 22
NASCAR XFINITY SERIES AT RICHMOND
Pos # Name Start Pos
1 20 Christopher Bell 4
2 22 Austin Cindric 1
3 00 Cole Custer 12
4 7 Justin Allgaier 2
5 98 Chase Briscoe 5
6 18 Harrison Burton 6
7 9 Noah Gragson 8
8 8 Zane Smith 15
9 1 Michael Annett 10
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Pos # Name Start Pos
1 16 Austin Hill 7
2 45 Ross Chastain 2
3 51 Christian Eckes 1
4 2 Sheldon Creed 6
5 4 Todd Gilliland 3
6 30 Brennan Poole 18
7 24 Brett Moffitt 4
8 99 Ben Rhodes 13
9 18 Harrison Burton 9