Are we in a Charles Dickens novel? Because I feel like the ghosts of Villanova Championships past had a big day yesterday. UNC finally wins their championship now that Jenkins was on their side, a familiar foe is returning to Georgetown, and Villanova Basketball Awards Ceremony Tickets are on sale. To the "news"!
Villanova’s Kris Jenkins was at another UNC title game, this time wearing a Heels shirt | SBNation.com
This was a slightly different circumstance than last year.
Georgetown Hires Patrick Ewing as Head Coach | Casual Hoya
Georgetown has hired Hoya legend and NBA Hall of Famer Patrick Ewing as its next head coach, a source confirms to Casual Hoya.
The Return of the King: Patrick Ewing Comes Home to Georgetown | Casual Hoya
Perhaps this was always the compromise we were going to make, but let’s stop short of calling it desperate. Patrick Ewing can stand on his own like he always has when he is officially announced as...
Villanova Basketball Awards Ceremony Tickets | Villanova.com
The Villanova Athletic Fund congratulates Villanova Basketball on an outstanding 2016-17 season! Please join the 2017 BIG EAST regular season and tournament champions at the Villanova Basketball Awards Ceremony.
What is the best time zone for sports fans? | SBNation.com
Six time zones enter. Six leave — but ranked.
Habitat for Humanity of Montgomery County to honor partnership with Villanova | Times Herald
NORRISTOWN >> Villanova University students are renowned as passionate supporters of Wildcats’ basketball. But just as notable, and even more inspiring is their passion for bettering the world around them. The students provide a whopping
A designing Villanova priest and the art of the vestment
Father Cannuli, and Augustinian professor of studio art at Villanova University, can be quite innovative when designing robes and vestments.
Dawn Staley plans to visit the White House if President Trump invites South Carolina
Dawn Staley says she’ll visit Donald Trump if invited. Since the election of President Donald Trump, there have questions about whether or not title-winning players and coaches will elect to visit the White House or if the President would extend an invitation at all.