SKILLMAN, N.J. — Julia Elbaba was honored at the ITA Awards Luncheon this weekend when she was named to the ITA All-Star team for her performance on the court during the 2014-15 season.
No. 2 Virginia had six different players score in a 6-1 romp over Delaware at Klöckner Stadium.
A look at the Virginia football team's offense.
A position-by-position look at Virginia's special teams.
A position-by-position look at the Virginia football team's defense.
Beat writers from the 12 teams that Virginia faces this season give their takes on the Cavaliers' 2015 opponents.
Any time a star player is sidelined with an injury, we always see coaches pointing to the “next man up.”
Scattershooting around the Charlottesville sports scene, while emptying out a sports columnist’s notebook
With the cross country season set to begin on Wednesday, The Daily Progress caught up with Bryan Fetzer, Virginia’s Director of Track and Field/Cross Country.
The Cavaliers have an overall record of 23-38 in five seasons under London, which includes one winning season (2011) when the 8-5 Cavaliers lost to Auburn in the Chick-fil-A Bowl.
Freshman Courtney Petersen scored her first career goal and assisted on another as No. 2 Virginia defeated Cal Poly, 2-0, in front of a crowd of 2,626.
After just one season, safety Quin Blanding is Virginia’s most recognizable player.
The reigning NCAA champions’ fall schedule consists of a pair of exhibition games as well as the team’s annual intrasquad Orange and Blue World Series.
Freshman Josh Rosen credits Jerry Neuheisel with helping bring him up to speed and ultimately getting the starting nod for the Bruins.
Former Virginia catcher John Hicks was called up to Major League Baseball for the first time Friday.
T.J. Griffin, a member of Virginia’s 2015 recruiting class, has been granted his release from his letter of intent, Cavaliers coach Mike London announced Friday.
Coach Dawn Staley has built South Carolina to compete for national championships. And some of the very best players in the Atlantic Coast Conference have signed on for the run.
UVa head coach Mike London named six rookies who could see playing time this year.
On Thursday, the draw for the Open came out and the Virginia senior learned that he will be playing France’s Jérémy Chardy, the current No. 27 player in the world, on Monday or Tuesday in Flushing, New York.
Linebacker has been excused from the team but remains on the roster “on a day-to-day-situation.”
Virginia coach George Gelnovatch figures to get back to a more aggressive brand of soccer.
Virginia’s 2015 NCAA championship baseball team will be recognized on Sunday by the Washington Nationals prior to the Nats’ game against the Miami Marlins. Game time at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C., is set for 1:35 p.m.
His name’s Mark, but, for the sake of this football season, you can call him Mike or Sam or Will.
Virginia volleyball coach Dennis Hohenshelt, entering his fourth year at the helm, believes this could be the year his team makes the NCAA Tournament.
Miami Dolphins left tackle Branden Albert, a former Virginia standout, was cleared to practice wire to wire Tuesday for the first time since being sidelined in Week 10 last season with a torn ACL and MCL in his right knee.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — After a surge through the first three rounds of action that included wins over two of the top three seeds, senior Julia Elbaba fell to Jennifer Elie in the finals of the US Open National Playoffs on Monday, 4-6, 6-4, 5-7.
One of the reasons to think Johns could have a successful season is his old buddy at receiver.
SMU senior Bryson DeChambeau won the U.S. Amateur on Sunday to become the fifth player to win the tournament and NCAA individual title in the same year. DeChambeau, from Clovis, California, beat Virginia junior Derek Bard of New Hartford, New York, 7 and 6 in the 36-hole final at Olympia Fields.
Makenzy Doniak had a goal and a career-high three assists as No. 2 Virginia crushed Wilmington, 8-0.
Derek Bard’s days of being a “no-name” are over.
Trent Corney’s legend is in the campus gym, the team weight room, in a pool in Canada, nearly on top of Ross Burbank’s Jeep. He’s been an Internet star. He’s been a cafeteria hero, but the senior defensive end has 15 career tackles in 22 games
For just the second time in her nine-year tenure, Coach Michele Madison was unable to lead the Virginia field hockey team to the NCAA Tournament last season.
NCAA champion Bryson DeChambeau and Virginia golfer Derek Bard will meet in the U.S. Amateur final on Sunday.
Virginia junior Derek Bard of New Hartford, New York, rallied to beat Arizona State senior Jon Rahm of Spain 1 up on Friday at Olympia Fields to advance to the U.S. Amateur semifinals.
These are the UVa linebackers now. Yes, they only have one career start between them. Yes, they’ll need to make the defensive calls. Yes, they have big cleats to fill.
If the theory that what you see from basketball players during the winter is a byproduct of the work they put in over the summer, Virginia fans should be excited.
Single-game tickets for Virginia’s home opening football game against Notre Dame are sold out, the school announced on Friday.
Taquan Mizzell can’t afford to have another mediocre season, our Jerry Ratcliffe writes.
With two weeks left before opener, Cavaliers still haven’t settled on five starting offensive linemen.
Take away two of the most decorated and dynamic players that have ever come through the program — one of whom helped lead the U.S. National Team to a World Cup title last month — and what do you have? Virginia women’s soccer coach Steve Swanson is about to find out.
While the University of Virginia baseball team’s roster consists of players from all over the country, the reigning national champions are about to receive in influx of local talent.
Ian Frye is among the nation’s best at his position. But it’s not just Frye kicking for UVa, it’s him thinking and visualizing for the Cavaliers.
Virginia senior men’s tennis player Ryan Shane was officially awarded a wild card entry into the men’s singles main draw of the U.S. Open, the USTA announced Tuesday.
His physical brand of football is music to the ears of Cavaliers offensive coordinator Steve Fairchild’s.
Virginia receiver T.J. Thorpe updated his injury status Sunday evening by revealing to Twitter followers that, just three days after collarbone surgery, he was already out of his sling.
Hoops marathon features 24 consecutive hours of college basketball games on Nov. 16-17. UVa will play the first men's game.
At this stage of his life, Philippe Oudshoorn figured he’d be playing on the pro tennis tour. Instead, he’s found a new calling that has taken him back to his alma mater.
The UVa corner hopes to improve on his play, gain confidence and consistency.
“People ask me about the nickname,” Mizzell said. “I feel like it’s a blessing and a curse."
Bob Rotella is known for his work with golfers, but some of his biggest success stories have come in basketball.
Dr. Bob Rotella has carved out a reputation as the world’s best sports psychologist.
Demetrious Nicholson should be Virginia’s resident postseason expert. He’s the lone Wahoo still around who’s actually experienced December football.
5 close losses last season featured 35 penalties for 324 yards.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Florida tight end Jake McGee is getting ready for yet another collegiate season opener.
Several players with Central Virginia ties were in action on Thursday night as the NFL kicked off its first full weekend of preseason games. Here is a look at how those players fared.
Virginia added the 22th member to its 2016 recruiting class Thursday night when Georgia linebacker Robert Snyder announced his intention to become a Cavalier on his Twitter account.
The Virginia football team was dealt a major blow Thursday when electric receiver T.J. Thorpe had surgery to repair his broken right clavicle.
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