Greatest Villanova Basketball Plays - Slate Coasters (Set of 4)

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Relive four of the greatest moments in Villanova basketball history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:

2018 National Championship vs Michigan - Back-To-Back Daggers
2006 Regular season vs UCONN - Nardi for the lead
2016 National Championship vs North Carolina - Jenkins at the buzzer
1985 National Championship vs Georgetown - The Perfect Game

These slate coasters are laser-etched indelibly into the stone itself.
- Size: 4" x 4" x 0.25" per coaster
- Weight: 0.25lbs (4oz)
- Natural edge
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2018 National Championship
Back-To-Back Daggers
Villanova vs Michigan
79 - 62
2 April, 2018
In a title game that was never close, DiVincenzo came off the bench to earn himself a 1st round draft selection in the following summer. A career high of 31 points on 10-15 shooting, his back-to-back 3pt daggers to widen the lead to 18 washed away any last glimmer of hope that Michigan had. Villanova were champions once again

2006 Regular season
Nardi for the lead
Villanova vs UCONN
69 - 64
13 February, 2006
After UCONN opened the 2nd half on a 13-0 run, Villanova, led by Ray's 7-9 shooting from 3pt, went on a 22-4 run themselves including a 3pt from Nardi to take the lead at 48-47. Villanova held on to their lead to an eventual 69-64 win, their first ever over a top ranked team in over a decade

2016 National Championship
Jenkins at the buzzer
Villanova vs North Carolina
77 - 74
4 April, 2016
The greatest winning shot in college basketball history. Jenkins hit a clutch 3 and the clock buzzed before the ball dropped and won Villanova the title.

1985 National Championship
The Perfect Game
Villanova vs Georgetown
66 - 64
1 April, 1985
Villanova became the worst seed (#8 in the Southeast Regional) to win a national championship by shooting a championship game-record 78.6 percent from the floor against the nation's top-ranked team. The Hoyas, powered by national player of the year Patrick Ewing, had defeated the Wildcats twice by a total of nine points in Big East competition.