VILLANOVA, Pa. (AP) — Students at Villanova University are gearing up to welcome home their men’s basketball team, which is returning with its second NCAA championship in three years.

A school spokesman says the team is set to arrive at Philadelphia’s airport around 4:45 p.m. Tuesday, and the Wildcats will make their way to a celebration at the Jake Nevin Field House that starts around 6 p.m. Classes have been canceled.

Villanova defeated Michigan 79-62 in Monday’s title game in San Antonio, setting off a raucous celebration around the suburban Philadelphia campus.

As soon as the game ended, fans streamed into the streets, cheering and chanting. Police reported two arrests following the partying.

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News video showed a small bonfire being set in the street and some students trying to jump over the flames.