The Villanova men's basketball team once again paraded through Center City Philadelphia to celebrate their second NCAA national championship in three years.
It was impossible watching Villanova without seeing a whole lot of Eagles along the way. By Reuben Frank
Let's put an end to this ridiculous debate, yes Villanova is a Philadelphia team. By Rob Ellis
The Villanova Wildcats made their victorious return and received a champion's welcome from the student body.
Villanova players flash their fingers in a "V'' symbol to celebrate big wins.
For coach Jay Wright, that's a finger for every national championship ring.
The daughter of a Villanova alumnus took the NCAA Championship win and the opportunity to buy some white gear as a chance to honor her father. He watched the team win in 2016, but passed away in October missing...
Villanova star Donte DiVincenzo was called the Michael Jordan of Delaware during his high school career. His hometown is celebrating his big NCAA championship win and performance.
A massive spark from Donte DiVincenzo and a defensive turnaround turned Villanova's second national title in three years into a rout.
Donte DiVincenzo has newfound stardom and now has a decision ahead of him. Should he stay at Villanova or declare for the 2018 NBA draft? By Sean Kane
There was homage paid to Julius Erving, Apollo Creed vs Rocky, Donte DiVincenzo and Mikal Bridges, Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons, the Eagles' recent Super Bowl victory, and much more.
Villanova's victory parade will march through Philadelphia on Thursday, April 5 starting at 11 a.m. Watch it live on NBC10!