Sophomore lefty will start for Virginia when it takes on TCU on Tuesday in CWS.
With the 2014 season set to begin next Friday at the Marshall Thunder Invite, Daily Progress sportswriter Whitelaw Reid caught up with UVa coach Dennis Hohenshelt, who is entering his third year at the helm.
Nearing a week to gameday and Virginia’s search for an offensive line continues.
ASHBURN — Former Virginia standout Morgan Moses has had a lot of nerve-wracking moments since being drafted by the Washington Redskins in May.
In 2011, the last time Virginia was a blip on the national radar, the Cavaliers entered the season with a secondary covered in experience.
No surprise really that Florida State is practically everyone’s pick as the favorite to be the No. 1 seed in major college football’s first playoff.
The Virginia men’s basketball team will play James Madison University in Harrisonburg for the first time in more than 30 years this upcoming season, the Dukes announced on Wednesday.
On the roster he’s Alec Vozenilek. But in the gym? “Little Goldberg, a little wrestler,” Parks said. “A WWE Goldberg, that’s what he is. He’s a little muscle man, a little muscle ball. That’s what I call him.”
One of the lasting images that Virginia women’s soccer fans have from last season is of Morgan Brian walking off the field following the team’s penalty-kick setback to UCLA in the College Cup semifinals. A teary-eyed Brian needed to be consoled by UVa coach Steve Swanson.
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