Guard Phil Booth scored 16 points in the final and won tournament MVP. (Julio Cortez)

Quarterfinals, Thursday

Game 3: Villanova 73, Providence 62

Game 4: Xavier 63, Creighton 61

Game 5: Marquette 86, St. John’s 54

Game 6: Seton Hall 73, Georgetown 57

Semifinals, Friday

No. 1 Villanova 71, Xavier 67 (OT)

No. 2 Seton Hall 81, Marquette 79

Final, Saturday

Villanova 74, Seton Hall 72

Earlier results

First round, Wednesday

Game 1: Providence 80, Butler 57

Maliek White scored a career-high 19 points to help send the Friars to a quarterfinal game against Villanova. The Wildcats beat Providence in both their regular season meetings.

Game 2: St. John’s 82, DePaul 74

All five St. John’s starters scored in double figures, while the Blue Demons shot a dismal 20 percent from three-point range. Shamorie Ponds had 18 points and seven assists for the Red Storm, who advance to face No. 2 seed Marquette, whom they swept during the regular season.

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