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The Sun's Arizin: Villanova Wildcats news and links for June 16, 2014

Daily 'Nova links, today featuring Jay on a media tour, reports from Villanova's Team Camp, and a peculiar unsolved mystery.

Happy Monday, 'Nova Nation! Either the media hounds descended upon the Main Line this weekend or the Jay Wright PR department took a bunch of uppers. Our head honcho was out in full force with a couple of media sessions talking about the state of the program, expectations for next season and even the always hot Jay Wright-to-the-NBA rumors.

Enjoy it, because it's a long way until next season.

And now, the "news."

Q&A: Jay Wright talks Villanova's rise, its future and Josh Hart |
Jay Wright admits Villanova's rebuilding process was ugly at times but likes where his program is now and its future, largely because of players like Darrun Hillard and Jayvaughn Pinkston.

Jay Wright talks NBA & College Hoops | Fox Sports
The Villanova Men's Basketball Coach talks with the Daybreak about potentially making the jump to the NBA.

Villanova Team Camp: Day 1 Recruiting Notebook | City of Basketball Love
Chris Clover, who Villanova has offered, says that Temple and St. Joseph's (PA) are his two leaders.

Villanova Team Camp Standouts | City of Basketball Love
Quade Green still hasn't grown much, which could potentially hurt his recruiting stock in the coming years.

Jordy Williamsz Places Fifth in 1500 Meters at NCAA Championships | Villanova University Official Athletic Site
A second straight collegiate best time for sophomore Jordy Williamsz (Melbourne, Australia) was good for a fifth place finish in the final of the 1500 meters at Hayward Field on Saturday afternoon. Williamsz wrapped up competition at the NCAA Championships with a time of 3:40.25 and registered the fourth top-eight finish in the 1500 meters by a Villanova runner in the last six years at the outdoor national championships. An announced crowd of 11,344 witnessed an exciting final day of the national meet.

35 years later, still no answers on a disappearance |
On May 12, 1979 - the day he disappeared - Nicholas Peter Zizzamia, 22, borrowed his dad's Pontiac. The shy, sensitive Villanova University accounting major left his family's home at 322 Surrey Rd. in Cherry Hill around noon, saying he had to pick up graduation tickets on campus. After he didn't show up at graduation, his parents reported him missing May 14.