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Washington D.C., Mar 27, 2021 / 07:00 am MT (CNA).- In the 2021 NCAA men’s Division I basketball tournament, one-quarter of the 16 remaining teams are Catholic schools – three of them Jesuit-affiliated. Gonzaga University, Villanova University, Creighton University, and Loyola University Chicago have all reached the round of 16

RESULTS Wednesday, March 20th 9:10 p.m.: 11 St. John’s Red Storm (Congregation of the Mission), New York, New York vs. 11 Arizona State Devils at University of Dayton Arena St. John’s Red Storm falls to Arizona 74 to 65 Thursday, March 21st 4:30 p.m.: 5 Marquette Golden Eagles (Society of

The Schedule for the 2019 NCAA First Four of the NCAA Tournament. Monday, March 18, 2019 5 – 8 PM: First Four Open Practices – University of Dayton Arena Tuesday, March 19, 2019 12 – 3 PM: First Four Open Practices – University of Dayton Arena 6:40 PM: 16 Prairie

DALLAS (CNS) — A religious sister who is the longtime chaplain of the Loyola University Chicago men’s basketball team credited the pregame prayer and the players’ solid teamwork for the Ramblers’ thrilling, last-second 64-62 win over the University of Miami in the NCAA Tournament on March 15. “Our team is

Villanova Wildcats (Roman Catholic Augustinian University in Philadelphia PA) 2018 NCAAM Basketball Champions NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship Game #1 Villanova Wildcats (Roman Catholic Augustinian University in Philadelphia PA) 79 vs. #3 Michigan Wolverines 62 Monday April 2nd at 9:20 p.m. in San Antonio FINAL FOUR #11 Loyola  Chicago Ramblers (Jesuit

Final Update April 5: Villanova has won the NCAA men’s basketball championship with a 77-74 victory over North Carolina. The last time a Catholic university won the title was 1985 and the winner that year was also the Wildcats. The Catholic Bracketology didn’t predict an accurate final, but did guess the

By Matt Hadro CNA/EWTN News  Many challenges to families need addressing today, including perhaps too much attention given to college basketball’s “March Madness,” and not enough to studying Church teaching. So said Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, the head of the U.S. bishops conference, at a Mar. 16 discussion at

Staff Report With the first two of the “First Four” games officially in the books March Madness (Martius Furor for Latin lovers) is officially under way. People all over the United States are still filling out brackets prior to the start of the second round games, which begin tomorrow. Some