Villanova also set the single-season three-point record in the first half with 449 threes.

By Charlotte Carroll
March 31, 2018

Villanova broke the record for the most three-pointers in a single Final Four game with 18 threes in its semifinal win against Kansas on Saturday night.  

The Wildcats' 13 threes in the first half tied the record.  

Eric Paschall then made the record-breaking three for the team a little over a minute into the second half. Paschall led the Wildcats with 24 points. 

The Wildcats also set the single-season three-point record in the first half with 449 threes. They took 33 shots in the first half, 26 of which were three-point attempts. 

Seven different players made three pointers in the first half. 

Kansas struggled to respond to the barrage of threes, and the Wildcats won 95–79.

 

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