Villanova is the only Division I school with both undefeated men's and women's basketball teams.
The Wildcats, who improved to 11-0 with a win last week over Temple, picked up 45 first-place votes.
Coaches who played or worked for Morris are all over the basketball world.
Temple now has 23 known oral commitments heading into the early signing period which begins Wednesday.
La Salle, which needed to go through three overtimes to beat Mercer last season, got the job done in regulation time on Sunday.
The Hawks shot just 37 percent from the field and were outrebounded but got 19 points each from Demery and Newkirk in the victory.
The long process to move Temple's football team out of Lincoln Financial Field and into North Philadelphia is gaining steam, according to several sources.
Temple rebounded from its loss to top-ranked Villanova with tough victory over Drexel to avoid a bad loss early in the season.
Since the Nittany Lions ended the regular season, they have lost offensive coordinator Joe Moorhead, and almost saw defensive coordinator Brent Pry leave.
New roles and responsibilities have every Villanova player in proving-it mode.
Jalen Brunson scored a career-high 31 points as the undefeated Wildcats won their 22nd straight game in the City Series.
Rose scored a career high 27 points and shot 5 of 6 from three-point range.
Jalen Bruson led a Wildcats charge to stay undefeated on the season with 31 points, and other takeaways from their rout of Temple.