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.
The Paramount Theater will be opening its doors for the community to come out and watch the Cavaliers’ men’s basketball team take on Syracuse at 7 p.m. Monday.
Virginia has won eight of the last nine meetings and six in a row heading into Saturday afternoon’s “Commonwealth Clash” between the old rivals at UVa’s sold-out John Paul Jones Arena.
Virginia has won all six of its games without Justing Anderson. And with just three games remaining in the regular season, they’re in prime position to win their second straight league title. That is, if they don’t stumble.
Nathan Kirby tossed six shutout innings and the Virginia baseball team downed Hartford, 5-1, Friday afternoon at The Ripken Experience’s Ebbets Field.