Donte DiVincenzo did everything he could to lead Villanova to a 79-62 national championship win on Monday against Michigan at the Alamodome in San Antonio.
DiVincenzo finished with 31 points and was named Most Outstanding Player:
The sophomore scored 18 points in the first half, and when the opponent started gaining momentum in the second half, he responded with nine straight points and big plays on both ends of the court.
Matt Norlander of CBS Sports noted his place in the record books:
Those watching along were excited about the performance:
Jason McIntyre of Fox Sports 1 also discussed the player's future:
DiVincenzo has been a quality player all season long, winning the Big East Sixth Man of the Year award, but he saved his best performance for the biggest stage of the year.