DURHAM, N.C. — After watching his team put things together over the past three weeks, Virginia coach Brian O’Connor wasn’t happy with how the Cavaliers were eliminated from contention for the ACC Baseball Tournament championship game on Friday.
The Virginia football team received a commitment at a position of need on Friday when St. Stephen's & St. Agnes tight end Andrew Trainer announced his pledge to the Cavaliers.
Late Thursday night, word of Jay Huff’s verbal commitment to UVa leaked.
Josh Sborz has had the same view as Coach Brian O’Connor for Virginia’s two losses over the last two weeks. The ACC’s co-leader in saves has been in the dugout — and not on the mound — for Cavalier bullpen collapses to Duke on May 9 and Miami in the ACC Tournament on Wednesday.
A formidable non-conference schedule is taking shape for the 2015-16 Virginia men's basketball team. As many as five Cavalier opponents will be coming off NCAA Tournament appearances including a potential top 10 team.
Former UVa tennis greats Somdev Devvarman and Jarmere Jenkins were two of the 96 players competing in this year's French Open qualifying rounds, but they will not be part of the 12 advancing in the main draw at Roland Garros.
The second-seeded Hurricanes won their 13th straight game by rallying from a late three-run deficit with seven runs in the eighth inning to shock the seventh-seeded Cavaliers, 9-5, on the opening day of pool play at the ACC Tournament.
Welcome to the continuing saga of Virginia’s quarterback soap opera. You could call it, “As the Turtle Turns.”