UVa coach post-spring game
In game painted Orange and Blue, White stood for stopping.
I had the chance to catch up with former Virginia guard Sammy Zeglinski, who is currently playing professionally in Austria. This summer, the Philadelphia native will be playing on a team with several UVa alums that will be competing for a grand prize of $500,000.
After chatting with Lambert last Saturday, we began to wonder if he just might be to Virginia football what Joe Harris was to Cavalier basketball.
We’re only in mid-April and already Virginia’s 2014-15 men’s basketball schedule is beginning to take shape.
While it didn’t show in Saturday’s spring game, UVa’s coaches have watched some players emerge into potential big-play candidates when the season arrives this fall.
Virginia boasts one of top pitching staffs in the country. Heading into tonight’s 6 o’clock home game against Radford (18-16), the Cavaliers have a team ERA of 2.06, good for first in the ACC and top 10 nationally. The unquestioned captain of that group? A soft-spoken right-hander Waddell describes as “one of the greatest guys you’ll ever meet.”
The second-ranked Cavaliers squeaked by the 14th-ranked Tigers, 1-0, before 4,840 sun-splashed spectators on Sunday at Davenport Field.
By all indications, it looks like the 6-foot-7 Floridian wants to finish his time at Virginia the way it started – in dominating fashion.
Playing in their last-ever home regular-season match, seniors Alex Domijan, Justin Shane and Ian Uriguen will have a chance to make ACC history when Virginia hosts Wake Forest at Snyder Tennis Center today at 1 p.m.
Madison Primary School student artists honored at April 14 regular monthly school board meeting.