Check back this week for interviews from UVA's Men's Basketball team about the upcoming season and how they are preparing!
Seventh-seeded Georgia Tech defeated the 10th-seeded Cavaliers, 77-76, in the second round of the ACC Tournament to advance to tonight’s quarterfinal against Duke.
In Los Angeles, in a rematch of last year’s NCAA final, the second-ranked Virginia men’s tennis team couldn't rally in a 4-3 loss to third-ranked UCLA Thursday afternoon at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
ESPN hoops analysts Jay Bilas and Fran Fraschilla were talking postseason on Wednesday afternoon and I couldn’t help but ask them about Virginia.
Tenth-seeded Virginia advanced to the second round of the ACC Tournament with a 74-59 win over 15th-seeded BC on Wednesday afternoon before an announced crowd of 4,440 at Greensboro Coliseum.
Daily Progress Virginia basketball writer Whitelaw Reid placed in the Top 10 in the features writing category in the The Associated Press Sports Editors national newspaper contest. The results were released on Wednesday.
As Virginia roars toward the postseason, Devon Hall says he has no regrets about redshirting or, for that matter, coming to UVa in the first place.
The Wahoos (13-16) are the No. 10 seed, lowest in program history, for this week’s festivities inside Greensboro Coliseum. At 3:30 p.m., today, they take on the 15th-seeded Eagles (12-18) in the first round of the tournament.
With a win, they advance to take on seventh-seeded Georgia Tech (19-10) at 6 p.m., Thursday. Had UVa taken care of its second half business this past month, it would already be slotted to play Thursday.
Eleven games into the 2014 season, Daniel Pinero’s been UVa’s most impactful freshman. The Toronto native has yet to miss a start. His defense has been as advertised (one error in 39 chances) and his batting is showing signs of improvement (went 4-for-9 with three RBI in weekend sweep of Monmouth). Pinero is fifth on the team, batting .273.
By now, most of Wahoo Nation has finally re-entered Earth’s atmosphere and returned to reality. The reality is, your basketball team is pretty darned good.