2014: Named to the  ALL  Ivy League 2nd team.  Vilardo hit .304, while leading the team in doubles with 14 this past season.

2013: Big 5 Rookie of the Year … First-team All-Big 5 second baseman …Named second-team All-Ivy by College Sports Madness … Ivy League Rookie of the Week (3/5) … Big 5 Player of the Week, Ivy League Player of the Week and co-Ivy League Rookie of the Week (3/26) … Started 42 games, finishing second on the team in batting average (.320) and slugging (.477) while leading the Quakers with 19 doubles, 31 RBI and 82 total bases … Also tied with Ryan Deitrich for the team lead with 55 hits … Tied for Ivy League lead in hits with 55 … Third in Ivy League in total bases (82) … Fourth in Ivy League in RBI with 31 … Stole seven bases … Finished Top-10 nationally in doubles-per-game with 0.45 …  Launched a home run and a double in Penn debut at William & Mary, driving in two runs (3/1) … Went 3-for-6 with a double, two runs scored and three runs driven in at William & Mary (3/2) … Stole two bases and batted in two runs in 6-0 win over Duke (3/5) … Had a three-hit game at Winthrop, driving in a run (3/10) … Roped two doubles as part of a three-hit game at George Washington, driving in two runs (3/16) … Came up with a hit in 11 straight games, including a stretch with five games of at least one double (3/20-4/2) … Produced another three-hit performance against Villanova, knocking in two runs and scoring twice (3/20) … Went 4-for-5 with a home run and four runs scored at Lafayette (3/23) … Knocked in two of Penn’s three runs in a 3-2 win over Dartmouth (3/30) … Final three-hit game of the season came at Brown and included a double, an RBI and a run scored (4/6) … Had a double in both sides of a doubleheader at Yale (4/7) … Drove in three runs as part of a two-hit day in win over Lehigh (4/17) …