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Villanova Athletics honored with Big East Presidents Award

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Happy Thursday Nova Nation! A late start today as it was a late night for your boy, so let’s just dive right into the articles, shall we?

In other “news”, Nova keeps on winning, USA basketball likes our guys, and Eric Paschall projects as a first round pick. Enjoy!

Villanova, Jackson take Big East accolades for overall achievement |
NEW YORK — Villanova University Athletic Director Mark Jackson, a native of Mansfield, and his Wildcats’ sports program have been cited as the recipient of the Big East Conference’s Presidents’

15 freshmen who can make an immediate impact in college basketball |
Over the next month we’re going to be handing out some power rankings. Our first edition is the freshmen who will have the most impact, not always the most talented (although this lot is definitely filled with high-level power), on a number of teams.

Isaiah Stewart named to US Jr. National Team | Democrat & Chronicle
Former McQuaid star, now playing high school basketball in Indiana, is trying out for the Junior National Team.

USA Basketball invites 87 prospects to October Minicamp | 247 Sports
The nation’s best prospects are set to ascend on Colorado Springs for the Men's Junior National Team Minicamp. Which prospects were invited?

An Early 2019 NBA Mock Draft: Duke's Barrett And Reddish On Track To Go 1-2
An early look at the 2019 NBA draft, with a projection for Picks 1 through 30. Eric Paschall is predicted to be a late first round selection.

NCAA Arena Re-Openings Highlight 2018-19 Season | Arena Digest
We take a look at notable NCAA arena re-openings for the 2018-19 college basketball season.

BIG EAST To Host Fourth Annual Freshmen Fundamentals Program |
This is a great welcome to the Big East for the young players.

The 10 Biggest Stories of the College Basketball Offseason | The Ringer
What happened this summer in college hoops? Rick Pitino became a published author, Duke’s recruiting class took over the world, and the FBI’s probe into corruption in the sport—um, well, about that