Who are the notable alumni of Villanova Univeristy?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Malik Allen - professional basketball player

    Paul Arizin - former professional basketball player, voted one of the 50 all-time greatest in NBA history in 1996

    Al Atkinson - professional football player, starting LB for the 1969 New York Jets

    Kelly Ayotte - Attorney General, State of New Hampshire

    Maria Bello - Golden Globe-nominated actress

    Michael Bradley - professional basketball player

    George B. Crist - General - first Marine to be designated Commander in Chief, Central Command.

    Jim Croce - recording artist

    James Curvey - former chairman of Fidelity

    Robert Darretta, CFO of Johnson & Johnson

    Walter Doran - Admiral, United States Navy

    John Drosdick - CEO, Sunoco

    John Facenda - Voice of NFL Films

    William J. Fallon - Admiral, United States Navy

    Brian Finneran - professional football player, Philadelphia Eagles ('99) and Atlanta Falcons ('00-present)

    Chris Ford - former NBA player and coach of the Milwaukee Bucks, Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers and Philadelphia 76ers

    Randy Foye - professional basketball player, currently with Minnesota Timberwolves

    Ben Geraghty - late Major League Baseball player and minor league manager who was influential in the career of home-run king Henry Aaron

    Joseph Hare - Rear Admiral, United States Navy

    Jerramiah T. Healy - Mayor of Jersey City, NJ

    Charles M. Heimbold - ambassador to Sweden and former chairman of Bristol-Myers Squibb, endowed the Heimbold Chair of Irish Studies.

    John L. Hennessy - President of Stanford University

    Deidre Imus - Head of the Deidre Imus Environmental Center for Pediatric Oncology

    Amy Jarrett - flight attendant on United Flight 175 (one of the September 11th hijacked flights)

    John Jones - CEO, Air products and Chemicals

    Paul X. Kelley - Commandant of the Marine Corps

    James Kim - chairman of Amkor Technology

    Kerry Kittles - former professional basketball player who played with the New Jersey Nets and Los Angeles Clippers

    Chuck Kornegay - professional basketball player

    Thomas G. Labrecque - former Chairman and CEO, Chase Manhattan Bank

    John LaFalce - former U.S. Congressman from New York state, 1975-2002

    Howie Long - professional football player, NFL Hall of Famer, and current analyst for FOX, majored in Communcation at Villanova.

    Kyle Lowry - professional basketball player, currently with the Memphis Grizzlies.

    Gerald Marzorati - Assistant Managing Editor, New York Times

    Bill Melchionni - former professional basketball player

    Joseph J. McMenamin - Brigadier General, United States Marine Corps

    Martin McGuinn - CEO, Mellon Financial Corp.

    James Mullen - CEO, Biogen Idec

    Jimmy Murray - former GM of Philadelphia Eagles and co-founder of Ronald McDonald House

    John Cardinal O'Connor - Former Cardinal (Catholicism), Archdiocese of New York

    Jerry Petry - Executive V.P., Business Operations for NBC Universal Television Distribution

    James M. Quigley - former US Congressman from Pennsylvania

    David Rabe - Playwright, author of In the Boom Boom Room and Hurlyburly

    Herbert Ramrath - former chairman of GE Plastics

    Allan Ray - professional basketball player, currently with the Boston Celtics

    Ed Rendell - current Pennsylvania governor and general chair of the Democratic National Committee in 2000

    Marjorie Rendell - current Pennsylvania first lady and federal judge for the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit

    Greg Rikaart - Emmy Award winner, currently stars in the daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless

    John Rowland - former Connecticut governor

    Francis Saul - president of Chevy Chase (Bank)

    Lawrence Santoro - fantasy/horror author, multiple Bram Stoker nominee

    Jennifer Santiago - Emmy-Award-Winning reporter, CBS4 News, Miami

    Dick Schulze - former U.S. congressman from the State of Pennsylvania, 1975-1993

    Rory Sparrow - former professional basketball player, who played with the Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks, Chicago Bulls, Miami Heat, Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Lakers over a 12-year NBA career

    Diana Sugg - medical reporter for The Baltimore Sun and Pulitzer Prize Winner, 2003

    Lawrence M. Waterhouse - founder of Waterhouse Securities

    Brian Westbrook - professional football player, Philadelphia Eagles ('02-present), Current Starting HB

    Alvin Williams - professional basketball player

    Victoria Zdrok - October 1994 Playboy Playmate of the Month; 2004 Penthouse Pet of the Year

    Anthony Zinni - General, United States Marine Corps

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    Lv 4
    4 years ago

    Famous Villanova Alumni

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    4 years ago

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    Villanova.vs.North Carolina should be a good one. That shot by Reynolds will go down as one of the great shots in NCAA basketball history. What a great weekend of Elite 8 games and hopefully the Final 4 will be the same. Good luck to Nova.

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago


    Adult edition is the most common and can be regarded as standard configuration. Youth version can be fit teenager from 8 to 10-year-old. Numbers, NFL logo tag is relatively small. Baby version is a relatively simplified jersey, which is less detailed than the adult one.

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