Scottie Reynolds scored 21 points and Antonio Pena had 14 to lead No. 7 Villanova to a 74-49 win over South Florida on Wednesday night.Corey Stokes added 11 points to help the Wildcats (23-4, 12-3 Big East) snap their first two-game losing streak in two years. The Wildcats had sunk from No. 2 in The AP poll and from atop the conference standings after dropping games to Connecticut and Pittsburgh.Back on track, Villanova takes a needed confidence boost into Saturday's big showdown with Big...Read Full Story
Maalik Wayns scored 16 points, Corey Stokes, Scottie Reynolds and Taylor King each added 14 and No. 5 Villanova had no trouble in a 103-65 rout against city rival Pennsylvania on Monday night.Corey Fisher scored 13 and Antonio Pena contributed 12 points and 10 rebounds for the balanced Wildcats (2-0), who have won 19 of their last 20 games in Big Five play also encompassing Temple, La Salle and Saint Josephs. Villanova has now won seven straight over Penn.The Wildcats won their 30th in a row...Read Full Story
Scottie Reynolds scored 19 points and No. 4 Villanova beat St. John's 81-71 on Saturday to match the best start in school history.The Wildcats equaled the 1950-51 team by improving to 18-1, and are 7-0 in the Big East for the first time.Villanova trailed 36-28 with less than 2 minutes left in the first half before Reynolds led a quick spurt that pulled the Wildcats within a point at the break. He scored six during a 9-2 run, capped by a long jumper with 3 seconds left.The Wildcats took...Read Full Story
Jay Wright has Villanova in its usual spots fitting for one of basketball's elite programs. The Wildcats are ranked No. 6 in The Associated Press' preseason poll and picked to finish second in the Big East conference.It's the norm for the Wildcats since Wright molded them into a Big East power over the last 10 years.Wright's biggest accomplishment may be where he was Villanova ranked No. 1 — no voting poll needed. Led by future NBA talent, a steady stream of success in a beast of a conference...Read Full Story
After an illustrious four-year career at Villanova, Scottie Reynolds didn’t go down the typical path of a consensus First Team All-American. Finishing his tenure at ’Nova second all-time in scoring and leading the Wildcats to a Final Four appearance in ’09, Scottie went undrafted in 2010. After a brief stint with Prima Veroli in Italy, he set his sights back on America, specifically the Springfield Armor of the D-League, in hopes of getting the opportunity to play at the next level. As one of...Read Full Story
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Scottie Reynolds is a basketball player for the Villanova Wildcats. He is a guard, standing 6'-2" and weighing 195 pounds. His number is 1. His hometown is Herndon, VA. Find more Scottie Reynolds news, pictures, and information here.