Villanova Vs. Rutgers: Wildcats Win, 77-71

Villanova loses their fourth consecutive game as Georgetown rolls.

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Villanova Vs. Georgetown Final Score: Wildcats Lose, 67-46

The Villanova Wildcats continued their losing ways on Saturday with a 21 point loss to the eighth-ranked Georgetown Hoyas. The Wildcats have now lost seven of their last eight games, which includes losing four straight. At 11-17 overall and 4-12 in conference play the Wildcats are one of the worst teams in the Big East – only Providence and DePaul are worse.

Villanova shot an embarrassing 28 percent from the floor and out-rebounded by 13. Guard, Dominic Cheek was the game's leading scorer with 19 points on 12 shots. He also added four steals and three rebounds. No one else on the Wildcats scored in double figures and Maalik Wayns scored only three points on 1-10 shooting.

The Wildcats have two regular season games remaining – March 1 at Rutgers and March 3, when the host the Cincinnati Bearcats.

For more Villanova basketball coverage, visit our team page or our blog The Nova Blog.

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