The Cavaliers are now 8-2 and host Howard (1-10) at 6 Sunday night.
UVa opened the second half on a 13-0 run to push the Wahoos to a 62-49 victory before a crowd of 2,950.
In the wake of his diving, hustle play in the win over VCU earlier this month, Virginia fans were compelled to have a little fun with Evan Nolte. Using a social media fad known as a meme, the image of Nolte stealing the ball from Briante Weber was immortalized.
While the Virginia baseball team is out of the country, Brian O'Connor's Cavaliers are still winning back here in the states.
Here are my takeaways following Virginia’s 70-54 victory over Cleveland State on Thursday night at JPJ.
The Cavaliers were coming out of an 11-day span without having played a game due to the exam break. Another Rent-A-Victim, Cleveland State, was on the menu. It was a perfect time for an upset.
No. 6 UVa, behind 16 points apiece from Malcolm Brogdon and Justin Anderson, defeated Cleveland State, 70-54, on Thursday night at John Paul Jones Arena.
From halfway around the world, Virginia women’s basketball coach Joanne Boyle isn’t exactly putting together scouting reports at the moment.
Trenton Jenkins committed to Virginia as a preferred walk-on on Thursday morning.
“Continuous” and “efficient” are the words that Virginia coach Tony Bennett has used to describe Justin Anderson’s play to date. Awesome would probably be the word of choice for UVa fans.
Virginia’s 91-49 win over Longwood on Tuesday night at John Paul Jones Arena was only slightly out of the ordinary.
Scott Wachenheim stood at the podium in Ferebee Lounge high above VMI’s Foster Stadium on Tuesday morning facing a roomful of high brass from the school, program boosters and a crowd of media and cameras. Finally, his dream job had become reality.
Baseball with a side of zip-lining and whitewater rafting, but with one common goal of building unity. That’s how Brian O’Connor’s Virginia Cavaliers will spend their Christmas break.
After a nine-day exam break, the Cavaliers (6-2) will take on the Lancers at 7 Tuesday night.
Just two days after the Wahoos fell to the Hokies to end their season at 5-7, Harold was back at Ocean Lakes High School in Virginia Beach.
Virginia senior Darion Atkins is on target to return for Thursday night’s home game against Cleveland State, coach Tony Bennett said on Monday.
How do players who just won an NCAA championship celebrate? They devour Bloomin’ Onions, Aussie cheese fries and steaks, then top everything off with a Chocolate Thunder From Down Under.
Virginia coach Tony Bennett discusses Thursday night's home game against Cleveland State.
Scott Wachenheim is going up in rank.
George Gelnovatch, drenched by a celebratory Gatorade bath, sat directly beside the national championship trophy and thought briefly about his long journey.
Scott Wachenheim is leaving Virginia to become the head coach at VMI.
No. 16 seed Virginia – thanks to a stingy defense anchored by Most Valuable Defensive Player Calle Brown – beat No. 2 seed UCLA in a shootout, 4-2, after the teams had played to a double-overtime draw.
The collection of white jerseys bounced in unison at the base of The Hill, but Jahvoni Simmons couldn’t have been more motionless.
There’s a nearly quarter century old, perpetual bet that exists between former soccer stars at Virginia and UCLA about which of the two programs would win the most national championships.
Just one win away from the program’s seventh NCAA championship, Virginia coach George Gelnovatch wasn’t about to help UCLA prepare for Sunday’s season finale in any way.
A look at Sunday's College Cup championship game matchup between Virginia and UCLA.
Darius Madison, who has struggled mightily since incurring an early season ankle injury, put away a pass from teammate Pablo Aguilar a little more than four minutes into Virginia’s 1-0 win over Maryland-Baltimore County on Friday and catapulted the Cavaliers into Sunday’s NCAA College Cup championship.
Virginia, thanks to an early goal by Darius Madison, ended UMBC’s Cinderella run through the NCAA Tournament with a 1-0 victory.
Craig Littlepage must be wondering why he is catching so much grief from those in the “Fire London” camp after his interview with me earlier this week. The AD told the coach his team had to improve. It did, and that was a signal to Littlepage that the program was moving forward.
A look at Friday's College Cup semifinal match between Virgina and UMBC.
Friday night, Virginia (12-6-3) finds itself back in the College Cup semifinals, this time against upstart UMBC.
Sarah Beth Barnette is the team’s lone senior, and she doesn’t mind going out with a bang ... or at least some noise.
A day after Virginia defensive end Eli Harold declared for the NFL Draft, ESPN Draft guru Mel Kiper held a teleconference.
After squandering the starting job to begin the season, Calle Brown was able to reclaim his old position in net. His play since has helped put UVA in contention for a national title.
Harold will forego his senior season, becoming the first Cavalier to do so since Zane Parr in 2011.
Virginia defensive end Eli Harold has decided to forego his senior season and enter the NFL Draft.
When Virginia athletics director Craig Littlepage decided two weeks ago to retain head football coach Mike London, his judgment was based on much more than on a won-lost record.
Virginia junior guard Justin Anderson was named the Oscar Robertson National Player of the Week by the United States Basketball Writers Association (USBWA) on Tuesday.
On Monday, Justin Anderson was named ACC Co-Player of the Week after leading Virginia to a pair of impressive road wins over Maryland and VCU.
In Boca Raton, Fla., the Virginia women’s soccer team finished the 2014 season as the NCAA runner-up, falling to Florida State, 1-0, Sunday afternoon in the Women’s College Cup final at FAU Stadium.
Out of all the players on his roster, Virginia coach Tony Bennett said that Devon Hall made the most improvements in his game during the offseason.
The Virginia women's soccer team will play in its first NCAA national championship game Sunday when it meets Florida State in the Women’s College Cup final at Florida Atlantic University.
The Virginia men’s soccer team reached its second straight College Cup after winning a penalty-kick shootout, 5-4, against No. 8 seed Georgetown on Saturday.
Justin Anderson played so spectacularly in Saturday’s big state tilt, almost flawlessly really (he did miss one shot), that VCU coach Shaka Smart said afterward that Anderson might be the best player at his position in the nation.
The crowd of 2,998 rose to its feet, cranking the volume up at John Paul Jones Arena to its highest of the afternoon.
No. 7 UVa, thanks to a 15-0 run that came after VCU had cut the lead to four with under seven minutes remaining, defeated the Rams, 74-57, at Siegel Center on Saturday afternoon.
Virginia won 30 games in 37 outings last season, and if I had to find a gripe with any one particular game, it would have been that early November loss at home to VCU. I think UVa’s coaching staff botched that game by keeping 7-footer Mike Tobey on the bench too long in the second half.
On Saturday afternoon, Virginia and VCU meet again — this time at the sold-out Siegel Center in Richmond, where the cheapest tickets are going for $300 a pop.
The Cavs (5-2) host Delaware State (1-6) at 2 Saturday afternoon. The matchup will tip off UVa’s six-game homestand. It’ll also come on the heels of its worst performance since last February at Miami.
Way back in August, the Virginia men’s soccer team hosted Georgetown in an exhibition game. On a soggy field at Klockner Stadium, the teams played to a 1-1 tie. On Saturday afternoon, the stakes will be much higher when the Cavaliers and Hoyas meet again. A trip to the College Cup will be on the line when Virginia visits the nation’s capital.
Virginia reached its first Women's College Cup final with a 3-1 semifinal victory over Texas A&M on Friday.
Virginia is still two wins shy of its ultimate goal: winning a national title.
As a team, Virginia had been struggling from 3-point range. The Cavaliers were just 5 of 23 from behind the arc in their two games in the Barclays Center Classic. Virginia was a more respectable 5 of 13 against Maryland.
A year after having six selected in the first eight rounds, Virginia should be well-represented in the 2015 MLB draft as well.
With about 11 minutes to play in Virginia’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge game at Maryland, Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett knew that even though his team had a double-digit lead, it wasn’t safe.
No. 7 Virginia, behind 18 points from Malcolm Brogdon and 16 points from Justin Anderson, defeated No. 21 Maryland, 76-65, in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge at the Xfinity Center.
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. —The Virginia women’s basketball team fell behind early and never recovered in a 86-63 loss to Illinois in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on Wednesday.
As David Watford puts it, he’s “open to whatever” when choosing his next school. The former Virginia quarterback just has one simple request.
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