If you’re a Villanova basketball fan, you might have seen the hashtag #TWC2018 trending on Twitter and social media.
This hashtag refers to the tournament held in late January 2019.
Villanova will play at the College Basketball Hall of Fame Classic in Canton, Ohio, and the first-ever TWC is a tradition that’s long been in the history of the program.
The tournament has been held annually since 1980, and it was the first tournament for the program to hold an outdoor tournament.
It’s also the first time Villanova has played in front of an outdoor stadium.
But this year’s TWC will be the first for the school to play in a stadium, and fans will be able to experience it for the first.
This year, the Villanova women’s basketball team will take on Butler, which has never hosted an outdoor game in its history.
There are currently six outdoor games planned for 2019-20, but the first one will be played on Feb. 9, 2019.
“This is a great opportunity for us to put on an event that will be historic in its own right,” coach Jay Wright said.
“It’s a great moment in our history, but it’s not a traditional indoor event.
It is an outdoor event and we’re excited to put it on for the fans, for our players, and for the city of Canton.”
The 2019 TWC tournament will be held on the campus of the University of Kentucky, located in Lexington, Kentucky.
The first-round games will be at the University Athletic Center.
Villagoes fans will also be able get a first look at the 2019 Final Four basketball tournament, which will take place at the Lexington Sports Arena.
The Final Four is the only tournament that takes place at a basketball arena.
The event is set to be played at the Thomas & Mack Center in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Villain of the year: Villanova guard DeMarre Carroll The Villanova forward will be voted the top Villanova player of 2019 by ESPN, and he will be honored during the ceremony in Cantons first-of-its-kind outdoor arena.
Carroll scored 20 points on 9-of.
11 shooting against Butler.
“I’m excited to be recognized for the hard work I’ve put in,” Carroll said.
Carroll, who also had 15 points and seven rebounds, said the outdoor arena is the perfect setting to represent the school.
“We can be the best in the world on a cold and rainy day,” Carroll added.
“With all the excitement that the team is creating, we are really looking forward to hosting a great outdoor game that is a little different than anything we’ve done before.”
The Villanies will also face off against Kentucky in a game that will also have fans at the park.
Carroll is also one of the biggest fans of the TWC, and is a fan favorite.
“The biggest thing I think about the TGC is the atmosphere,” Carroll told reporters.
“You get to experience the atmosphere, the fans.
A big fan of the event, Carroll said that it’s one of his favorite events on the calendar. “
That’s the biggest thing we’ve been able to accomplish, but we still have to build on that.”
A big fan of the event, Carroll said that it’s one of his favorite events on the calendar.
“They really put on a great event,” Carroll continued.
Villanova’s outdoor tournament schedule will include three home games against Villanova. “
And then, the atmosphere will be unbelievable.”
Villanova’s outdoor tournament schedule will include three home games against Villanova.
The team will also take on Kentucky in the Final Four.
Villanys first-time outdoor game against Butler will be on Feb 11.
The 2019 Final 4 basketball tournament will take the field on Feb 10 in Louisville, Kentucky, where the Wildcats will face a Kentucky team that is the No. 3 seed in the NCAA Tournament.
The Wildcats will be playing in the first game of the tournament at the John Paul Jones Arena.