At Villanova, Nardi was most commonly known for his three-point shooting abilities and his strength off the dribble. He posted 11.8 points per game his senior year. Nardi was a member of the "four guard lineup" alongside Randy Foye, Allan Ray, and Kyle Lowry, that led the Wildcats to an NCAA tournament number one seed, and an elite eight appearance where they lost to the eventual champions, Florida. They were ranked as high as the #2 team in the country in 2006 and they never left the top 10 that season. They split the regular season Big East Conference title with UConn and lost to Pitt in the Big East tournament.
After going undrafted in 2007, Nardi went overseas and has played in Italy and the Netherlands. In 2015, he was playing for Latina Basket, an Italian second division team. Nardi is now a member of the Villanova basketball coaching staff
- "Player Bio: Mike Nardi :: Men's Basketball". Retrieved 2008-02-02.
- "ESPN - Villanova Wildcats - Mike Nardi - NCAA College Basketball". Retrieved 2008-02-02.
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