Villanova University Cancels Classes for One Day After Villanova’s Victorious Win


The Wildcats handily beat Michigan and punching their second men’s NCAA championship in three years. The final scoreboard shows 79-62, an average winning margin of 16 points, cutting a swath through the field. A Tour de March that ended on the second day of April.

Villanova Law and Villanova University are closed on Tuesday after men’s basketball team won their second NCAA Championship. Villanova students pouring into the streets to celebrate the win.

The college basketball league began with unpleasant headlines, hardship, and vulnerability and finished Monday night with Villanova the national champion. Now police department stated that the celebration on Lancaster Avenue went well into the early morning hours was mostly orderly, but two arrests were for a minor assault and underage drinking.

One of the students said, “We’re freshmen! This was the most incredible best feeling in the world.” Further, the student added, “It’s nice that Villanova set up the Connelly Center, so we could celebrate everything. It’s been a lot of fun.”

The police department stated that around 400 police officers with township employees and FBI monitored the celebration. Sgt. George Smith of the Radnor Township Community Emergency Response Team said, “We’ve had the five-county regional task force here, representation from Delaware County MERT, Montgomery County MERT, Philadelphia MERT, which is a mass incident response team, to help us with the celebratory people out there causing problems but doing it in a nice and orderly way.”