Guard Kyle Lowry was named on June 27 as part of the 12-man roster for the United States Men's Senior National Team that will compete in the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Coach Alexander Severance, who led the Wildcats to the first in NCAA Final Four in 1939, is a part of the Philadelphia Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2016.
The nominees for the 2016 ESPYS were announced on June 22 and the Villanova Wildcats are nominated in four categories.
The Villanova Wildcats will receive the 2016 John Wanamaker Award on Wednesday at a luncheon to be held in Center City.
A little more than one week after being honored at the White House, Villanova heads to the state capitol of Pennsylvania on Wednesday to be recognized for its 2016 NCAA national championship.
As part of its announcement revealing the 2016 Select Team, USA Basketball announced on Tuesday that Jay Wright will assist head coach Gregg Popovich with the group that will help prepare the Senior National Team for Rio next month.
For the second time in program history, Villanova made the trip down I-95 to be honored for its NCAA national championship at the White House.
Villanova junior guard Josh Hart (Silver Spring, Md.) announced on Tuesday night that he will return to the Wildcats for his senior season in 2016-17.
The 2016 NCAA Champion Villanova Wildcats will visit the White House for a ceremony to honor their championship on Tuesday, May 31.
Ryan Arcidiacono is the 2016 winner of the Eddie Sutton Tustenugee award, being presented on May 16 in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Wildcats' Director of Student-Athlete Development Mike Nardi will accept the award in Arcidiacono's name.
Commencement exercises will take place at Villanova on Friday afternoon but first, on Thursday evening at the Connelly Center, the student-athletes in the Class of 2016 were honored for their contributions to the university in the classroom, in the community and in athletic competition over the past four years. A group of more than 150 senior student-athletes and their families celebrated a level of achievement that seems staggering when viewed as an aggregate for the class as a whole.
Villanova sophomore guard Phil Booth (Baltimore, Md./Mount St. Joseph High School) underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left knee on Wednesday afternoon.
The Villanova Wildcats will be part of the Never Forget Tribute Classic on Dec. 10 at the Prudential Center when they meet Notre Dame. The event will partner with the Families of Freedom Scholarship Fund, which helps support the education of children of the victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks