Seldom does Tony Bennett stop and smell the roses. Saturday night was one of those rare times when the Virginia coach paused to consider what his basketball team had just accomplished.
Imovbioh scored 22 points, grabbed 17 rebounds and led the Wahoos to a 75-59 upset of No. 8 Louisville before 3,744 spectators at John Paul Jones Arena on Sunday.
Yes, the last time Virginia lost on the road came when Maryland was still a member of the ACC – March 9 of last season. But up next are a couple of the stiffest tests yet.
Here are my takeaways following No. 2 Virginia’s 69-57 win over Virginia Tech on Saturday afternoon at JPJ.
As UVa’s only senior, Sarah Beth Barnette’s impact on the program isn’t found in the record books. But rather, in the private, uplifting conversations she has with teammates or in the long lines that have always greeted her table at autograph sessions.
Didn’t take London Perrantes long on Saturday to shake off any rust from a five-day layoff due to a broken nose and concussion.
The Virginia baseball team used solid pitching to pick up 4-1 win over Seton Hall and improve to 9-0 on Saturday afternoon at The Ripken Experience’s Griffith Field.
Malcolm Brogdon had 19 points and Anthony Gill and Darion Atkins added 16 points each as Virginia won its final home game of the regular season over its arch rival, defeating Virginia Tech, 69-57, at a sold-out John Paul Jones Arena on Saturday afternoon.