1985 Villanova Wildcats Basketball National Championship Ring commemorated the national champion in the 1984–85 NCAA Division I men’s basketball season. with the winning of the 1985 NCAA basketball national championship ring, Villanova, the first time to have their own college basketball national championship ring.
The Villanova Wildcats 1985 National Championship ring says “National Champions” on the face with a gold “V”,player’s name is on the right side along with the team’s logo, and it says “Family” and “The Big East.” The left side says “Villanova” with a gold depiction of St. Thomas of Villanova church. “Unity,” “Truth,” and “Charity” are engraved between the bell towers. Along the bottom is engraved “Big 5 Champions.” The version here is Ed Pinckney 1985Villanova Wildcats National Championship ring, he was the most outstanding player in that year, he didn’t gain a nba champions in his proffesional career and worked as assistant coach since from 2003. Gary McLain, who was starting point guard in the 1985 squad and honored as Final Four All-Tournament Team, put up his 14k gold Villanova 1985 Championship ring on aution. he didn’t play for any proffesional sports league, and Dwayne McClain,another very outstanding player of that year, didn’t enter NBA but still in basketball career.
This game is widely considered as one of the greatest NCAA tournament upsets of all time, but the greatest starting of Villanova.