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Ross Condon
Ross  Condon


Springfield, Va.

High School:
Potomac School

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 180





Brings three years of experience to the Wildcats ... A quality ballhandler who can locate the open man ... Continually works to bolster his game.

2005-06: Saw action in four games this season ... Contributed one assist in a 98-57 win over La Salle on Dec. 22 ... Appeared for one minute in a 78-35 win over Stony Brook on Nov. 18.

2004-05: Came off the bench to see action in 10 games ... Did not score a point in game action ... Tied a career high with two rebounds in a 79-58 win over Seton Hall on March 2 ... Added an assist in one minute of an 89-51 win over Bucknell on Feb. 15 ... Did not score in two minutes at Rutgers on Jan. 29 ... Contributed one assist in one minute of an 84-46 win over West Virginia on Jan. 5 ... Appeared for one minute of relief duty against Fordham on Dec. 14 ... Did not score in relief action against Monmouth on Dec. 7 ... Did grab one rebound and added an assist ... Played one minute in a 66-41 victory over UMBC on Nov. 23.

2003-04: Villanova's depleted roster gave him the opportunity to play in each of the first two games of the campaign, at Temple and the University of the Redlands ... Made a significant contribution in the second half at Redlands, drawing an important charging call while also adding a field goal and handing out four assists in 19 minutes of activity ... Saw only one minute of action in regular season Big East play, on Feb. 5 at Georgetown ... Appeared in six games on the year, totaling 24 minutes.


An all-state selection as a senior point guard ... Established a new school record with 507 career assists ... Also totaled 1,043 points ... A two-time selection to the Virginia state all-tournament team ... Contributed 24 points, seven assists, six rebounds and three steals in the Virginia state final in 2003 ... Also earned four varsity letters in soccer as a goalkeeper and picked up another as a middle distance runner on the track and field squad.