Villanova Basketball: Road to the Final Four

Relive Villanova's rise to the Final Four with some of the most epic photos from their March Madness run thus far.

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Head coach Jay Wright of the Villanova Wildcats hoists the East Regional Champion trophy after defeating the Texas Tech Red Raiders 71-59 in the East Regional Final to advance to the Final Four.
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In the first round of the tournament on March 15, the top-seeded Wildcats took on the 16-seed Radford Highlanders at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. In this photo, Villanova's Omari Spellman attempts to grab the rebound.
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Nova's Eric Paschall fights for the ball during the first half of the game against Radford on March 15.
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Nova's Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree dunks against Radford in the second half of the game. The Wildcats dominated the Highlanders with a final score of 87-61.
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On March 17, the Wildcats took on the ninth-seeded Alabama Crimson Tide in Pittsburgh for the second round of the NCAA Tournament. In this photo, Nova's Donte DiVincenzo shoots a three pointer.
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A mascot face-off occurred in the second half of the game between Nova and Alabama. Look at Will D. Cat strike a pose!
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Nova's Mikal Bridges celebrates with his teammates during the second half of the game against Alabama. The Wildcats defeated the Crimson Tide by the wide margin of 81-58 to advance to the Sweet 16.
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Sweet 16! The Wildcats headed to Boston to take on the West Virginia Mountaineers on March 23 in the East Regional Semi-Finals. In this photo, Nova's Mikal Bridges drives to the basket against the fifth-seeded Mountaineers.
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Wildcats' Head Coach Jay Wright reacts during the close game against West Virginia on March 23. The Wildcats struggled against the Mountaineers during the first half, but foul trouble eventually caused West Virginia to fall to Nova.
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Nova's Phil Booth celebrates with teammates after defeating the West Virginia Mountaineers 90-78. This win sent Nova to the Elite Eight.
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Nova battled against the third-seeded Texas Tech Red Raiders for the tip-off during the East Regional Finals aka the Elite Eight match-up, on Sunday in Boston.
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Nova's Donte DiVincenzo dunks the ball during the second half of the game against Texas Tech.
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Coach Wright hoists the East Regional Champion trophy and celebrates with the Wildcats after beating Texas Tech 71-59. This win secures Nova's spot in the Final Four. They will face the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday at 8:49 p.m. ET in San Antonio.
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