The 2016 NCAA champions were recognized by the State House, State Senate and Governor Wolf
A skilled and versatile forward whose first year of college was derailed by surgery on both hips ... When healthy is comfortable working around the basket or stepping out to face it ... Offers quality passing skills and has the grit to rebound inside.
2016-17 Overview: For the second time in as many seasons, hip surgery spelled the end to his season ... Appeared in seven games before the surgery took place ... Underwent successful surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left hip on Feb.. 8.
2016-17 BIG EAST Highlights: Logged two minutes of action in a 76-46 victory over Seton Hall on Jan. 10 ... Did not travel with the Wildcats to Omaha on Dec. 30 due to a virus.
2016-17 Non-Conference Highlights: Returned to action on Dec. 3 against Saint Joseph's after being sidelined for six games by a hipinjury ... Recorded his first career points, a 3-ball from the corner, in an 88-48 victory over Lafayette on Nov. 11.
2015-16 Overview: Underwent successful surgery on Oct. 14 to repair a torn labrum in his left hip that sent him to the sidelines for recovery. During the first week of January, he underwent surgery to repair his right hip. The recovery from those surgeries kept him out of uniform all season.
PITMAN HIGH SCHOOL/BLAIR ACADEMY
Spent the first three years at Pitman High School in South Jersey before transferring to Blair Academy for his final season there ... Excelled for coach Kevin Crawford in his three seasons at Pitman. ... He was named first team All-Group 1 by the Newark Star-Ledger for his work in 2013-14 at Pitman, where he averaged 13.9 ppg and scored 1,598 career points in three seasons ... Helped lead Pitman to the Group I New Jersey state title in 2014 ... Injuries, including a broken nose and hip issue, impacted his 2014-15 campaign ... Helped lead his team to the 2014 USA Basketball 3x3 U18 National Championship.
Born March 5, 1997 in Baltimore, Md. ... Parents are Jeanine Reynolds-Delaney and Jim Delaney ... Siblings are Andrew (15) and Matthew (13).
Jay Wright on Tim Delaney: "Tim is an outstanding young man who has size, skill and a great basketball IQ. He comes from a loyal basketball family and a storied prep school at Blair Academy where he is being taught well by coach Joe Mantegna. Tim is going to be a big part of Villanova's future."