Robertson and Cherry Named to Preseason Watch Lists
Villanova University senior quarterback John Robertson is one of 22 players named to the STATS FCS Offensive Player of the Year Watch List.
Jannah Tucker Transfers to Villanova
Villanova University head women's basketball coach Harry Perretta today announced that Jannah Tucker has transferred to Villanova from the University of Tennessee.
Robertson and Cherry Earn Preseason All-American Honors
The Stats FCS Preseason All-American team was released on Thursday and quarterback John Robertson along with senior linebacker Don Cherry were both named to the squad.
Laura Kurz Named Women's Basketball Assistant Coach
Villanova University head women's basketball coach Harry Perretta today announced the hiring of Laura Kurz as an assistant coach.
Construction Underway on West End Zone Project in Villanova Stadium
It was with a great deal of excitement that construction began in and around Villanova Stadium this week on the West End Zone building, an $18 million project which will create a brand new home for the Wildcats football team. Construction will last over a year on the facility, which will benefit all Villanova student-athletes with a centralized athletic performance center. Fans can return to villanova.com each month during construction to learn more about the project and for construction updates.
Nova Notebook: Brunson Reflects on Earning Gold With USA
Jalen Brunson is now at Villanova preparing for his freshman year after helping USA Basketball earn a gold medal at the U19 World Championship.
USA Overcomes Croatia 79-71 n Overtime to Claim Gold Medal
Jalen Brunson (Stevenson H.S./ Lincolnshire, Ill.), who finished the seven game championship averaging 14.0 points, 3.3 rebounds and team-highs of 5.6 assists and 2.1 steals a game, was named the Most Valuable Player of the FIBA U19 World Championship.
World University Games Features Five Villanovans
Five Villanova student-athletes are set to represent their respective countries in the 2015 World University games in Gwangju, South Korea beginning July 3rd and culminating on July 14th. Also known as "Universiade", the World University Games is the largest international sporting event outside of the Olympics.