Senior All-American Josh Hart led the list of winners at Thursday night's 2017 Men's Basketball Awards Ceremony held at the Pavilion.
Villanova guard Jalen Brunson, who helped lead the Wildcats to the BIG EAST regular season and Tournament championships, will return to Villanova in 2017-18, it was announced today.
Villanova will bring the curtain down on the 2016-17 season with the annual Men's Basketball Awards Ceremony Thursday night at the Pavilion.
The Philadelphia Big Five honored its award winners on Monday night at the fabled Palestra and also inducted its 2017 Hall of Fame class, including legends Randy Foye and George Raveling.
Collin Gillespie, a 6-2 guard who helped lead Archbishop Wood High School to the Philadelphia Catholic League championship, has signed a national letter of intent to attend Villanova.
The Philadelphia Big Five announced its 2017 award winners and Villanova was represented with the Player of the Year (Josh Hart), Rookie of the Year (Donte DiVincenzo) and Coach of the Year (Jay Wright).
On Friday, April 7 in Los Angeles, Villanova senior Josh Hart was named the winner of the Julius Erving Award as part of the Wendy's ESPN College Basketball Award Show.
The award, chosen by a nationwide vote of Division I men’s basketball coaches, national basketball media and fans, is given annually to the most outstanding senior student-athlete in Division I men’s basketball. Hart is the second student-athlete from Villanova to win the Senior CLASS Award after Brian Karalunas won for men’s lacrosse in 2011.
The honors continued this week for Villanova guard Josh Hart (Silver Spring, Md.). On Monday night Hart was named a John R. Wooden first team All-American and on Tuesday was also honored as a first team All-American by the Associated Press.
On Tuesday Quinnpiac University tabbed Villanova's Baker Dunleavy as its new head coach.
The Atlanta Tipoff Club announced the four finalists for its Naismith Player of the Year award Sunday. Wildcats senior All-American Josh Hart is among the candidates.
A 15-5 surge over the game's final 5:31 lifted Wisconsin past Villanova 65-62 Saturday in a second round NCAA Tournament game in Buffalo, N.Y.
Villanova (32-3 overall) will meet No. 8 seed Wisconsin (26-9) Saturday afternoon at Buffalo's KeyBank Center for the right to move on to an East Regional Semifinal next weekend in New York City.