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Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree removed from Villanova roster

Health issues end Da-Da’s playing career, but the 6’9” forward will remain on scholarship.

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Dhamir-Cosby Roundtree’s Villanova career is over. The program announced today that the senior big man, who has been battling leg injuries and numerous procedures over the last two years, will remain on scholarship but will not be a part of the active roster for the 2021-22 season.

According to the program, Cosby-Roundtree “will remain a part of the team in an off-court role to be determined.”

Da-Da, who came to ‘Nova from Neumann Goretti in Philadelphia, appeared in 105 games for the ‘Cat and was a freshman on the 2018 National Championship Team. Across three active seasons the 6’9” forward tallied 351 points and collected 368 rebounds.