The new Howie Long Strength and Conditioning Center is set to open in the fall of 2019 as part of the new Andrew J. Talley Center. The planned 10,000 square foot weight room is two stories and offers Villanova student-athletes the maximum space to train for collegiate competition.
Student-athletes will be given individualized, sport specific training p see more
The Villanova Athletic Department will be hosting a Selection Sunday watch party in the Finneran Pavillion on Sunday, March 17th at 5pm EST. Come out and support your Villanova Men’s Basketball Team as they look to make it to a 7th straight NCAA Tournament appearance!see more
Don Bragg was a world-class athlete and an Olympic gold medalist in the pole vault whose colorful personality and larger-than-life presence made him a star not only in the realm of athletics but also as a storyteller, humanitarian, author and actor in addition to many other of his life's endeavors. The native of Penns Grove, N.J. and the 1957 graduate of Villanova passed away in Northern California on February 16 at the age of 83. A memorial service to celebrate his life will be announced a see more
VILLANOVA, Pa. – Villanova will play its 27th game of 2018-19 on Wednesday evening against Georgetown (15-10 overall, 5-7 BIG EAST) at Capital One Arena. Deep into February, Wildcats head coach Jay Wright is convinced his team has made strides, even in the wake of a 71-65 loss Sunday at St. John's.
"We're coming together," Wright stated. "We won some games early in the Big Ea see more
Villanova Rowing has a proud tradition and plays an integral role in the sport’s history in Philadelphia. To help the program maximize its potential, a new boathouse is crucial to its continued development. Located in nearby Conshohocken, Pa., the new boathouse will provide the program with first-class amenities and access to one of the best rowing areas on the Schuylkill River.
- 5,000 square foot facility solely for the Villanova Rowing program < see more