The Villanova Wildcats college basketball season have steadily increased in average ticket prices over the past four seasons. Between Villanova’s 2013-2016 college basketball season there has been an increase in ticket averages each season. There was little change from the 2013 and 2014 Villanova basketball seasons with a rise of 2% from year to year. The largest increase came during the 2016-2017 Wildcats season going from a $59 ticket average to $91, which is a 54% rise. The Villanova Wildcats’ spike in the average ticket price this season is due to the Wildcats NCAA Championship win in 2016.
(Data updated 1/23/2017)
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Villanova Wildcats Basketball at The Pavilion Address: 800 East Lancaster Avenue, Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, 19085
The Wildcats play their home games at The Pavilion, located in Villanova, Pennsylvania. When filled to capacity, The Pavilion holds 6,500 loyal fans. The student section has become a staple at The Pavilion which has only added to the hostile environment. The Villanova Wildcats home bench is on The Pavilion sideline in front of sections E4. The Pavilion parking information is covered in our Wildcats event guide.
The Big Five
Villanova along with city rivals St. Josephs, La Salle, Temple and Penn compete in a round-robin tournament to crown the top program in Philadelphia. However, one team has separated themselves as the biggest rival to Villanova. The St. Joseph’s and Villanova match-up has become known as “The Holy War,” because both universities have Roman Catholic religious affiliations. The games are often intense which has only heightened the neighborly rivalry.
Villanova in the Final Four, NCAA Tournament, and Big East Tournament
Villanova has appeared in the NCAA Tournament over 30 times, advancing to the Final Four 4 times, and capped with a national championship in 1985. Villanova has one of the highest winning percentages in college basketball history. The Wildcats won the Big East Tournament 1995 along with four regular season titles.
2011-2012 Villanova Wildcats Basketball Season Preview
Villanova split their conference record in 2010-2011, but dominated their out-of-conference schedule and finished 21-11. Much of this was due to the effort of the team and a few outstanding individual performances during crucial games.
Head coach of the Wildcats Jay Wright has said of his new player JayVaughn Pinkston that he has the "chance to be special." Coach Wright has gone on to praise this kid's skills saying that he can do every job on the floor and can either pull down big rebounds or put the ball through the hoop with a "surprising soft touch." He's a big 6' 7" and will be showcasing his strength out on the floor.
Two returning juniors, Maurice Sutton and Mouphtaou Yarou, will help the team out on the defensive side of the floor. Both men can switch between the center and forward positions with ease and will be a force when they are both out on the floor and dominating the paint. The combined skills of these near seven-footers will certainly present problems to Villanova's opponents. Fans are going to see another trip to the NCAA tournament if this team plays to its potential.
2010-2011 Villanova Wildcats Basketball Season Preview
Intimacy is a rare thing when it comes to attending a college basketball game, let alone one for a top-tier team. However, that’s what you get when you visit the Villanova University Wildcats’ home court, The Pavilion. You feel downright cozy when you only have to deal with 6,500 screaming fans instead of 19,000. But even though they call it “The Ski Lodge,” don’t expect any warm milk and cozy conversation. What you get is a Philly-tough crowd that knows its basketball and will get especially rambunctious if battling one of the other teams that make up the “Philadelphia Big 5”—Temple University, University of Pennsylvania, La Salle University and Saint Josephs University. So why enjoy your cheesesteak and premier NCAA Basketball from home when TicketCity has your way in to what promises to be another fabulous season under the guidance of Jay Wright.
This is Wright’s seventh year, and some would argue that last year’s team that fell in the second round to 20010 NCAA Tournament Cinderella St. Mary’s was his most talented. Guard play, however, rules the day for the Wildcats, and Villanova will have some of the best in the NCAA. Corey Fisher and last year’s Big East All-Rookie pick Maalik Wayns will try to bring consistency to a team that both lacked it last year and lost a big time player in 2010 AP All-American Scottie Reynolds. Forwards Antonio Pena and Maurice Sutton are healthy and coming off solid years and look to reap the rewards of a running team looking to make a fast-break into the post-season.
Villanova Wildcats Basketball News - 2/20/2017
The Villanova Wildcats top the Big East standings with a three-game lead over the No. 2 Butler in the conference. With four games left in the college basketball season for Villanova, the Big East Tournament is looking to have a promising outcome for the team. The Wildcats will host the Butler Bulldogs in Villanova Wednesday night; tickets for the game have an average price of $130.
Villanova Wildcats Basketball News - 2/9/2017
With a current 14-game winning streak, Villanova currently leads in offensive and defensive efficiency in the Big East based on The Bilas Index. Even though the Wildcats are not leading in the polls they are still a favorite for the tournaments. Villanova will travel to Cincinnati to play against Xavier this Saturday; tickets to the game average at $110.
Villanova Wildcats Basketball News - 1/27/2017
Villanova has a current college basketball record of 19-2; the two losses were against fellow Big East Conference teams: Butler and Marquette. The Wildcats still maintain their top spot in the conference and their fight for umber one against Kansas in the NCAA. Fans can watch Villanova vs Virginia this weekend in Philadelphia with ticket prices averaging at $132.