Obviously not much in the way of Villanova news when I'm reaching this bad. Former Villanova star Allan Ray's little brother Kendrick recently committed to Quinnipiac, continuing the tradition of D1 college players for for the family. In other sports' news, men's soccer played a massive game on the west coast at UCSB (ranked #6 in the country) and grinded out a 0-0 draw.
Well done lads!
Ray commits to Quinnipiac, continuing family legacy | New York Post
Growing up, Kendrick Ray was always in a gym watching big-time basketball, from St. Raymond’s in The Bronx to Villanova University for his older brother Allan or Aquinas to Rutgers University for his older brother Allan or Aquinas to Rutgers University for his older sister Brittany.
Another Law School Caught In A Lie | Above the Law
Just last month, Villanova Law was busy receiving a light slap on the wrist from the American Bar Association for the crime of falsifying admissions data to the ABA.
Maroon Named to BIG EAST Honor Roll | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
Senior libero Kim Maroon has been named to the BIG EAST weekly honor roll, the conference office announced on Monday afternoon.
Friends of Villanova Men's Lacrosse Golf Outing Scheduled for Sept. 29th | Official Athletic Site of the Villanova Wildcats
Save the date and plan to join the Villanova Athletic Fund and Men's Lacrosse program at Plandome Country Club in Manhassett, N.Y. on Thursday, September 29th for the Friends of Men's Lacrosse Golf Outing. Proceeds from this event will support the Men's Lacrosse program and provide important resources for our student-athletes.
Villanova students stand united in remembering 9/11 - Delco Times
With solemn looks on their faces and candles in their hands, students filed into the Grotto at Villanova University Sunday night to pay tribute to 15 alumni and nearly 3,000 other victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
Injuries starting to mount for winless Villanova football team | Delco Times
Being 0-2 is bad enough. Being winless and hurt is worse. Such is the plight of the Villanova Wildcats. Two weeks into the season and the Wildcats are winless for the first time since 2006 and already facing an injury crisis.