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DiVincenzo leads Villanova to second national championship in three years

SAN ANTONIO - After the second NBA-range three-pointer fell through the net in less than a minute, Donte DiVincenzo bounded back on defense with pep in his step but no emotion on his face.

The reserve guard finally marinated in the moment when a timeout was called. He earned not one but two chest bumps from teammates before thrusting an arm into the air, pointing toward the vast Villanova cheering section behind the team bench.

"Di-Vin-cen-zo!" the Wildcats fans roared inside the Alamodome. "Di-Vin-cen-zo!"

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