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>> Victory so good for Villanova students, who flooded the streets around their suburban Philadelphia campus after the men's basketball team won the NCAA championship, its second title in three years. Monday night's crushing 79-62 win over Michigan, the pinnacle of one of the most dominant tournament runs in recent years.
The Wildcats' prolific scoring catapulting the team to become the first in nine years to win every tournament game by double figures. Villanova getting a game high 31 points from sixth man Donte DiVincenzo. Named the final fours' most outstanding player. But lurking in the shadows was a highly underrated defense, one that allowed Michigan to make just over 43% of their field goal attempts, and keep them at 3 for 23 from the 3-point range.
It was Villanova's third title ever, one that set bonfires ablaze and left fans partying until dawn.>> It feels amazing.