At 6 o’clock this evening, the top-ranked Cavaliers (35-7, 16-5 ACC) take on the fourth-ranked Seminoles (32-9, 16-5) to begin, arguably, the most anticipated series in college baseball this season.
UVa not only won its last two tournaments of the regular season in Raleigh, N.C., and in McKiney, Texas, but blew up some school records in the process. Today, they open their pursuit of Virginia’s first ACC Tournament golf championship at the 7,102-yard, par-72 Old North State Club in New London, N.C.
Robbie Coman crushed one to the Hoo Zone. Joe McCarthy muscled another just over the right field wall. Derek Fisher delivered a souvenir to a small group of fans cheering from the “M” section in right. Mike Papi towered his to the depths of the “Q” section.
ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported Wednesday that former UVa head coach Dave Leitao will join new Tulsa coach Frank Haith’s staff at Tulsa as an assistant. He spent the last two seasons coaching under Haith at Missouri.
If Marial Shayok turns into the productive college player that many people believe he will, Virginia fans can thank new Virginia Tech coach Buzz Williams.
Four topics/names written in this blog's headline. What do they all have in common?
Together, they generated blog-worthy buzz for this Wednesday in late April.
Here's what I've heard about Marial Shayok, who Virginia received a verbal commitment from late last night.
The Virginia men's basketball team bolstered its 2014 recruiting class on Tuesday when small forward Marial Shayok committed to the program. Shayok made the announcement on his twitter page.
Brandon Downes ripped the first pitch he saw from VCU’s Matt Lees over the left field wall to give the Cavaliers a dramatic 5-4 win over the Rams in 10 innings on Tuesday evening.