Senior third baseman
So this is what everybody has been waiting for — it's Duke week.
Here are my takeaways following No. 2 Virginia’s 50-47 win over Virginia Tech at Cassell Coliseum on Sunday afternoon.
Virginia’s successful recruiting weekend continued Sunday as the Cavaliers picked up commitment No. 21 for their 2015 class.
The offensive strategy to beat the Virginia women’s basketball team is becoming clear to see.
BLACKSBURG – Undefeated Virginia found itself down 10 with 10:42 to play in the most hostile environment imaginable on Sunday. The Cavaliers needed a hero.
BLACKSBURG – “Come on!” Justin Anderson screamed at the top of his lungs as he flexed his muscles near mid-court at a suddenly quiet Cassell Coliseum.
Minnie Mouse’s purple shoes pointed to the ceiling of Joanne Boyle’s second floor office at John Paul Jones Arena. The rest of the stuffed doll was barely tucked into a cubby, one of its signature white gloves resting on a children’s book.
Following Virginia’s win over Georgia Tech on Thursday, Justin Anderson said there hadn’t been much talk around campus about the team’s next game against Virginia Tech because everyone, students included, had adopted a one-game-at-a-time mentality.