>> Villanova will take on Michigan for the NCAA Tournament Championship in San Antonio, Texas, after the number one seeded Wildcats set a Final Four record for three-pointers made their win over Kansas in one of the most unlikely semifinal match-ups ever. Loyola, Chicago, an 11-seed, was unable to extend its stunning run to the national championship game.
With Michigan's long armed defense snuffing out the team that grabbed America's heart strings. Sister Jean Delores Schmidt, the 98 year old year old chaplain for the Catholic university became an unlikely star of March Madness, after Loyola's loss to Michigan Saturday night the team took turns giving her a hug as they left the court.
Villanova in its semifinal game ran a clinic against the top rank but helpless Kansas team. Eric Pascal drained four of Villanova's 18 3-pointers and scored the game high 24 points. The wildcats are hunting another NCAA championship after winning the school's first national title in 31 years in 2016.
Villanova and Michican will face off at tha Alamodome on Monday night.