Bennett has a 2016-17 Wahoo bunch ranked seventh in the first USA Today poll. Wednesday, it was pegged by the ACC media to finish third in the 15-team league.
Scattershooting around the ACC a day earlier and with abbreviated notes due to Wednesday’s ACC Basketball Media Day in Charlotte …
Matt Johns entered in a Virginia windbreaker and sweatpants. Before he took a seat among a scrum of media members, he removed the backpack from his shoulders.
Lamar Jackson is coming to town. If you’ve never seen a Heisman Trophy favorite in person, you might not want to miss the chance.
Kurt Benkert, who was pulled at the end of the third quarter against UNC, will remain Virginia starting quarterback against Louisville on Saturday.
The coach acknowledged Monday he’s been aware of the ongoing investigation into alleged bullying, hazing and a fight inside the UVa locker room since training camp.
A new era will officially begin Nov. 11 at UNC-Greensboro, but fans at least got a peek of what’s to come as the Wahoos engaged in an intrasquad scrimmage. As many as 7,000 spectators attended.
Virginia senior Jimmy Stanger dropped in a 5-foot birdie putt on his final hole to tie for medalist honors and help seventh-ranked UVa to the co-championships at the Golf Club of Georgia Collegiate.
The Cavaliers got support off the bench in a second-half surge as No. 8 Virginia (12-3-2, 5-2-2 ACC) rallied to pick up a 3-2 win over Boston College (10-7-1, 2-7-0) on Sunday at Klöckner Stadium.
David A. Harrison III loved the University of Virginia. He also loved the football program and was responsible for creating the field at Scott Stadium that bears his name.
One of Virginia’s few bright spots in Saturday’s 35-14 loss to North Carolina was a trick play that produced the Cavaliers’ lone touchdown until a fourth quarter drive.
Saturday was probably a defining moment for Kurt Benkert’s career. It wasn’t a good day, but a day that will likely push him to greater heights.
The Cavaliers once had the feel of a promising offense in 2016. Now, after a couple sputtering efforts in a row, Robert Anae’s unit has regressed.
The Virginia men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams swept Pittsburgh in their season opener Friday at the Aquatic and Fitness Center. The Cavalier women (1-0) were victorious, 187-108, while the UVa men won, 186.5-108.5. Overall, the Cavaliers touched first in 27 of the 28 swimming even…
Anthony Harris said forms of first-year player initiation during his time consisted of humorous activities such as making rookies sing songs or put on skits.
Bronco Mendenhall said recently that even though his Virginia football team stands at 2-4 at the midway point of the season, he intends to be in a bowl game at the end of his first campaign in Charlottesville.
No. 22 North Carolina, which is in town for a 3 p.m. kickoff with the Cavaliers, is the lone FBS program yet to record an interception this season. That’s good news for Kurt Benkert, who’s still looking for his first pick-free contest since transferring from East Carolina over the summer.
No. 8 Virginia held N.C. State without a shot for more than 40 minutes in each half, allowed just two and remained unbeaten at home with a 3-1 victory over the Wolfpack.
Pittsburgh’s Quadree Henderson placed both cleats on the ground, coming to a complete stop, before trying to find open space through the right side of Virginia’s kickoff coverage.
Howard transferred to Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh but was ruled ineligible because he suffered a broken orbital bone because of a locker room fight.
The Virginia and Cornell men’s lacrosse teams will play their 2017 regular season game against each other in the fourth-annual Pacific Coast Shootout in Costa Mesa, California, on March 11. The game will be contested at LeBard Stadium on the campus Orange Coast College with faceoff at 9 p.m. ET.
While Virginia is 2-4 at the midway point of the regular season for the third time in four years, such a start has only happened once to its new head coach.
Virginia director of athletics Craig Littlepage will be temporarily stepping away from his post to take care of family matters until Jan. 2, with Jon Oliver stepping in as acting athletic director during Littlepage’s absence.
As talented as these rookies are — guards Kyle Guy, Ty Jerome, De’Andre Hunter, and forward Jay Huff — they’re still rookies, and every day is a challenge, just like Tony likes it.
The risk-taking ways of Bronco Mendenhall’s career started a Virginia chapter in the first quarter of the Cavaliers’ game at Oregon on Sept. 10.
A penalty kick proved to be the difference on Saturday night as the No. 5 Virginia women’s soccer team fell at No. 4 Duke, 1-0, in Durham, North Carolina.