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NEW YORK — Jack Salt took a broken play and made it whole again. After calling for the ball nearly the entire possession, a loose ball landed in his hands and he knew exactly what to do with it.

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NEW YORK — Isaiah Wilkins came back to the Virginia bench out of breath, being subbed out after what can only be called a heroic minute and a half. He was met with a standing ovation from the walk-on portion of the bench, clearly in a light-hearted mood as the Cavaliers dominated.

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Virginia didn’t quite crack the AP Poll’s Top 25 this week, receiving enough votes to finish one spot shy of No. 25. Still, the Cavaliers are ranked No. 25 in the Coaches Poll.

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The Virginia lead had been tenuous the entire game. It was at its tipping point when the Cavaliers recorded their biggest and most electrifying basket.

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With Kurt Benkert set to graduate after this season, there is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the future of the quarterback position at Virginia.

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It started innocently and unassumingly enough for De’Andre Hunter. A right-wing jumper to end an eight-point run for Monmouth — slicing the Virginia deficit to five points.

Virginia passed its first big test of the season on Friday, going on the road and coming back with a 76-67 win over an always-good VCU program. Kyle Guy posted a career-high 29 points, UVa turned the ball over just five times and came home with a 3-0 record.

The No. 12 Virginia women’s soccer team picked up a 3-0 win over Pepperdine (15-3-3) in the NCAA Tournament on Friday night at Drake Stadium on the UCLA campus. With the win, Virginia (13-5-4) advanced to the Round of 16 for the 13th consecutive season. The Cavaliers advance to face the winn…

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RICHMOND — Tony Bennett had to take a quick look at the stat sheet just to be sure. After UVa’s 76-67 win on Friday afternoon, the Cavaliers head coach was asked about the surprising disparity in fast-break points.

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MIAMI — Virginia will be faced with its biggest challenge of the season on Saturday when the Cavaliers take on the nation’s No. 2 ranked team on its home turf.

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RICHMOND — Kyle Guy admitted, even in hindsight, that he didn’t want to come out of the game for a breather with just five minutes left to play. But he’d been in the previous 24 minutes, and in the middle of a career performance, the sophomore sharpshooter would be needed for the home stretch.

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A 3-pointer by Aliyah Huland El cut Georgia’s lead to one point with five seconds to play Thursday at John Paul Jones Arena as the Virginia women’s basketball team erased a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter, but the Bulldogs held on to top the Cavaliers, 64-61, avenging last season’s loss …

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Virginia will get its first real test of the season on Friday when it travels to Richmond to play VCU at 4 p.m.