Reynolds, Redding, Fisher, Yarou Win Awards
Wrapping up the 2010 Villanova Basketball Season is the annual Banquet which is being held tonight at The Pavilion, with the highlight of the event being the Team Awards handed out by Head Coach Jay Wright and the rest of the Coaching Staff.
Senior guard Scottie Reynolds, who finished #2 on Villanova's All-Time scoring list and was a 2010 1st Team All-American was the recipient of the Villanova Basketball Award.
According to the award, it "is given each year to the player who best exemplifies the characteristics of the Villanova Basketball Player and is considered to be the program’s highest honor."
But that wasn't all for Reynolds. In a rare double, he along with fellow-senior Reggie Redding share the Most Outstanding Player award.
The 2010 Paul Arizin Award, for the most improved over the was given to junior Corey Fisher.
Freshman Mouphtaou Yarou, a native of Benin, is the recipient of the Alexander Severance Award for the player "whose dedication in the class room demonstrates a commitment to reaching his full potential."
Senior Walk-On, Russell Wooten, will be bringing back to California the Jake Nevin Award. That award "honors the player whose selflessness provides an outstanding example to his teammates."
Congrats to the Awards Winners! And thanks to the 2010 Villanova Basketball Squad.
From the Banquet...