Happy Tuesday, 'Nova Nation! Jalen Brunson and Donte DiVincenzo were arguably the two most impressive players this past weekend during the Blue-White scrimmage. Brunson was a given to be a major contributor this season, but the potential for DiVincenzo to break out seems realistic now too.
Josh Hart and Phil Booth were both very impressive during their freshmen seasons, and now Jay Wright appears to have two more young weapons to deploy on a team looking to replace three veterans. That's very good news.
And now, the "news."
Nova's Brunson And DiVincenzo are ones to watch | VAVEL.com
The two 'Cats freshmen look poised for exciting seasons after big performances at Villanova's intrasquad scrimmage.
DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Omari Spellman | DraftExpress
Check out what the DX guys thought about Spellman after his performance at the USA Basketball minicamp.
DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Mohamed Bamba | DraftExpress
Here's what the DX crew thinks of Bamba after an impressive showing at the USA Basketball minicamp.
Jay Wright gives Wayne Art Center audience 'The Wright Stuff' | Main Line Media News
Villanova basketball coach Jay Wright was the leadoff speaker Oct. 7 in the "HomeGrown - Lectures, Learning, Locally" series at the Wayne Art Center.
Men's Soccer Looks Ahead to Key Match with Providence | Villanova.com
Villanova is 4-1 on its home pitch at the Higgins Soccer Complex in 2015 and is eager to return to it for a Wednesday afternoon match with BIG EAST rival Providence (5-4-1, 1-2-0). BEDN Live Stats
Speaking of which, the volleyball team is damn good this year. You're doing college wrong if you aren't checking out the home games, guys.
Golf Finishes 14th at the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate | Villanova.com
The Villanova golf team finished the Bank of Tennessee Intercollegiate in 14th place after the conclusion of the 54-hole tournament on Sunday afternoon.
Meet New Diving Head Coach Todd Michael | Villanova.com
Todd Michael comes to Villanova with a wealth of diving experience under his belt. It is not every day that a one-time top five world high diver and cliff diver joins the coaching staff.