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The No. 1 Wahoos defeated Duke, 2-1, on Sunday before 737 at Jack Coombs Field.
The Cavaliers talked about bouncing back, learning from the experience just as they had from getting blown out at Tennessee on Dec. 30 and losing by a centimeter at Duke on Jan. 13. In both instances, Virginia got better.
The No. 5 Cavaliers played some of their poorest defense of the season in a 75-69 overtime loss that snapped a school-record 13-game ACC winning streak.
Virginia coach Tony Bennett views today’s clash with the Terrapins in College Park as an equally important rung on a ladder that can’t be skipped.
Another century-old rivalry will bite the dust this afternoon when Virginia’s fifth-ranked basketball team crosses the Potomac for the last time. The 181st game between the Cavaliers and Maryland will be the final scheduled meeting between the two crusty old rivals.
Led by a 4-0 record in individual finals, the 16th-ranked Hokies outpointed regular-season champ Pittsburgh 87-67 to take the tournament crown at Cassell Coliseum
The No. 1 Cavaliers, courtesy of Nathan Kirby, opened ACC play by squeaking by the Blue Devils, 3-2, in game one of a doubleheader. In game two, they fell, 3-2, when pitching wasn’t nearly as efficient.
The No. 8 Virginia women’s lacrosse team suffered a 14-10 loss to No. 1 North Carolina on Saturday at Klöckner Stadium.
No. 15 Cornell used a 9-0 run to upend the No. 2 Virginia men's lacrosse team, 12-9, on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field.
Today at noon, the second-ranked Cavaliers look to keep their momentum going when they play at No. 15 Cornell.
Isaiah Wilkins scored 29 points to lead undefeated Greater Atlanta Christian to a 58-55 win over Calhoun in the GHSA Class AA boys state championship game at the Macon Coliseum.
The second-ranked Virginia men’s tennis team continued its trip to California Friday with a 6-1 victory over Loyola Marymount at the LMU Tennis Center
A look at four things to watch in the Atlantic Coast Conference this week.
Starting today, the McArthur Squash Center at the Boar’s Head Sports Club hosts the U.S. Championships and the U.S. Masters Championships.
Charlottesville snow has impacted three games on Virginia’s schedule this season, including the wiping out of match-ups with GW and Old Dominion this week.
Seventh-seeded Georgia Tech defeated the 10th-seeded Cavaliers, 77-76, in the second round of the ACC Tournament to advance to tonight’s quarterfinal against Duke.
In Los Angeles, in a rematch of last year’s NCAA final, the second-ranked Virginia men’s tennis team couldn't rally in a 4-3 loss to third-ranked UCLA Thursday afternoon at the Los Angeles Tennis Center.
ESPN hoops analysts Jay Bilas and Fran Fraschilla were talking postseason on Wednesday afternoon and I couldn’t help but ask them about Virginia.
Tenth-seeded Virginia advanced to the second round of the ACC Tournament with a 74-59 win over 15th-seeded BC on Wednesday afternoon before an announced crowd of 4,440 at Greensboro Coliseum.
Daily Progress Virginia basketball writer Whitelaw Reid placed in the Top 10 in the features writing category in the The Associated Press Sports Editors national newspaper contest. The results were released on Wednesday.
As Virginia roars toward the postseason, Devon Hall says he has no regrets about redshirting or, for that matter, coming to UVa in the first place.
The Wahoos (13-16) are the No. 10 seed, lowest in program history, for this week’s festivities inside Greensboro Coliseum. At 3:30 p.m., today, they take on the 15th-seeded Eagles (12-18) in the first round of the tournament.
With a win, they advance to take on seventh-seeded Georgia Tech (19-10) at 6 p.m., Thursday. Had UVa taken care of its second half business this past month, it would already be slotted to play Thursday.
Eleven games into the 2014 season, Daniel Pinero’s been UVa’s most impactful freshman. The Toronto native has yet to miss a start. His defense has been as advertised (one error in 39 chances) and his batting is showing signs of improvement (went 4-for-9 with three RBI in weekend sweep of Monmouth). Pinero is fifth on the team, batting .273.
By now, most of Wahoo Nation has finally re-entered Earth’s atmosphere and returned to reality. The reality is, your basketball team is pretty darned good.
Falcons running back Jason Snelling has retired, ending his seven-year career. Snelling was a seventh-round pick from Virginia in 2007 and spent his full career with the Falcons. Most of his playing time came as a backup — both at fullback and running back. He also was a strong receiver.
Tobey had a newfound assertiveness from the get-go, finishing with 11 points, eight rebounds, a steal and no turnovers in 23 minutes.
The Cavaliers swept a doubleheader with the Hawks on Sunday, taking game one, 5-3, and a rain-shortened game two, 6-2, in six innings.
In Tallahassee, Fla., the Virginia women’s basketball team lost its final regular-season game of the 2013-14 campaign, falling 82-70 at Florida State on Sunday.
Here are my takeaways following Virginia’s 75-56 win over Syracuse on Saturday that clinched the program’s first outright ACC regular-season title since 1981.
For the Virginia women’s basketball team, it’s pretty simple: win are you’re in ... for Thursday.
The two biggest involved Syracuse. After a hoops victory in the afternoon, the day ended with a near-capacity crowd at Klockner Stadium witnessing a 17-12 lacrosse win over the Orange.
In perhaps the greatest setting in Charlottesville since the Days of Ralph, the saviors of Cavalier basketball carved their names into Wahoo lore with a convincing exclamation point: No. 12 Virginia 75, No. 4 Syracuse 56.
The horn to end Virginia’s first spring practice sounded and several players rushed inside the McCue Center for a shower and change of clothes before heading across Massie Road to attend Saturday’s main event.
In the final minutes of the biggest Virginia basketball game in more than three decades, spectators at John Paul Jones Arena were warned not to come on the court.
The No. 10 Virginia men’s tennis team downed No. 8 Baylor 6-1 on Saturday at the Boyd Tinsley Courts at the Boar’s Head Sports Club. The Cavaliers improved to 7-1 with the victory, while the Bears fell to 8-3.
Starting pitcher Nathan Kirby pitched six strong innings to lead the No. 1 Virginia baseball team to a 6-3 victory over Monmouth on Saturday afternoon in the first game of a three-game weekend series at Davenport Field.
Who has the edge as each position? Whitey Reid examines today's Syracuse-Virginia game.
Today, Joe Harris and Akil Mitchell — call ’em the true believers — play their final home game when No. 12 Virginia takes on No. 4 Syracuse in what is a de facto ACC championship game for the Cavaliers.
The Cavaliers (6-1, 1-0) play No. 8 Baylor today at noon, then take on No. 6 Notre Dame and Liberty on Sunday.
At 1 p.m., today, the Virginia football team will conduct its first spring practice at the McCue Center.
Less than two hours after Virginia and Syracuse meet on the basketball court for the first time as ACC foes, the schools will do battle on the lacrosse field for the first time as conference opponents.
The lucky ones, though a little lighter in their wallets, will cram every nook and cranny of John Paul Jones Arena for today’s Virginia–Syracuse showdown. At stake is the ACC’s regular season basketball title and the league tournament’s top seed.
The country’s best in baseball, men’s basketball and men’s lacrosse all on Grounds. All participating over the span of three days. Brian O’Connor’s No. 1 Cavaliers kick it all off with the opener of a three-game series with Monmouth at Davenport Field.
It will have been 12 years, almost to the day since Dick Vitale last called a game in Charlottesville (Feb. 28, 2002), when the unranked Cavaliers of Pete Gillen stunned third-ranked Duke, 87-84 at old University Hall. Obviously, this will be Vitale’s first glimpse of John Paul Jones Arena, although he already feels a connection to the building.
Morgan Moses, a four-year starter on the Cavaliers’ offensive line, is three months away from hearing his name announced during the NFL Draft.
The Cavaliers fell to Miami, 83-63, on Thursday evening. UVa was outscored 51-27 in the final 20 minutes.
A win would give Virginia an outright regular-season championship for the first time since the 1980-81 season.
Virginia men's lacrosse coach Dom Starsia discusses this Saturday's game at Klockner Stadium against Syracuse, which follows the basketball game between the schools at John Paul Jones Arena.
Here are my takeaways following Virginia’s 65-40 win over Miami on Wednesday at John Paul Jones Arena.
Tonight’s 7 p.m. game against Miami will be the last at home for a Virginia trio bonded through adversity, injury and extended time in the training room.
The almost-perfect London Perrantes scored a career-high 15 points and hit a career-high four triples in helping the Cavaliers remain on their roll of 12 straight conference wins.
London Perrantes scored a career-high 15 points and No. 12 Virginia opened the second half with a 16-5 run in a 65-40 victory over Miami on Wednesday night, the Cavaliers’ 12th consecutive win.
The Virginia head football coach is well aware of the success the men’s basketball team is currently enjoying. He’s reaching for the same goal.
Since Virginia’s 35-point loss at Tennessee in December, Virginia coach Tony Bennett says Akil Mitchell has been a changed player.
The Virginia women’s basketball team enters the final week of the regular season in 10th place in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Jim Larranaga once roamed the sidelines of University Hall, helping Virginia build the basketball program’s most historic winning streak. Tonight, Larranaga returns trying to end one.
Mark Cockerton scored a career-high seven goals to lift No. 4 Virginia to a 14-6 road triumph over the Mount St. Mary’s Mountaineers (0-4) on Tuesday afternoon.