Coaching was the last thing on Brian Boland’s mind.
There’s only been six repeat champions in CWS history. For Virginia to become the seventh, it’ll have to replace significant holes on its pitching staff.
A look at where the Cavaliers spending their 2015 vacations:
University of Virginia golf coach Bowen Sargent landed the state’s top-ranked junior in the 2016 class last week when Nathan Chuwait of Herndon picked the Cavaliers over Stanford, Yale, North Carolina, Columbia and JMU.
The Virginia football team picked up its 18th commitment — and fourth since Monday — for the 2016 class Saturday when linebacker Matt Terrell made his pledge to the Cavaliers.
Virginia’s offensive line — mixed, matched and injury-depleted — had its highs and lows in 2014. Perhaps the lack of depth caught up to Wahoos. Hence, their recent additions on the recruiting trail.
A little more than a week after leading the Virginia baseball team to its first national championship, coach Brian O’Connor was selected as the 2015 National Coach of the Year by Baseball America, the publication announced Friday. Baseball America is the fourth organization to honor O’Connor as its National Coach of the Year, joining Collegiate Baseball, D1Baseball and Perfect Game.
The way coach Larry Fedora sees it, Landon Turner is the perfect leader for North Carolina's offensive line.