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Virginia head coach Lars Tiffany said practice has been all business since last Saturday’s overtime loss to Notre Dame.

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CINCINNATI — The Bengals retained their best special teams player on Wednesday, signing unrestricted free agent Cedric Peerman to a one-year deal.

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On March 23, 2016, Virginia was preparing for its Sweet 16 matchup with Iowa State. A year later, the program is in midst of one of the more important offseasons of the Tony Bennett era.

For the second day in a row, Clemson jumped out to an early lead and used it to cruise to a 12-1 win against No. 11 Virginia. The No. 10 Tigers took the three-game series despite dropping the Friday night contest. The loss dropped UVa to 15-5 and 2-4 in the ACC. Clemson improved to 5-1 in the league  and 16-4 overall.

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ORLANDO, Fla. — A season that included Virginia setting an ACC record for holding three straight opponents under 40 points ended when the Cavaliers became the first ACC team to not reach 40 points themselves in an NCAA Tournament game.

Ryder Garnsey connected on a sidearm shot with a defender draped all over him with 1:26 left in overtime to lift No. 2 Notre Dame past No. 13 Virginia, 11-10, on Saturday despite taking 11 fewer shots than the Cavaliers.

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Freshman guard Jocelyn Willoughby scored repeatedly in the paint, erupting for a career-high 25 points, as Virginia attacked the rim from tip-off to the final buzzer with its dribble-drive offense, and pulled away late for a 62-56 victory.

George DiCamillo capped a historic day for the Virginia wrestling program on Friday by advancing to the finals of the NCAA Championships with a win over No. 10 Bryce Meredith of Wyoming.

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The No. 11 Virginia baseball team used an outstanding pitching performance from Daniel Lynch and a seventh inning solo home run from Pavin Smith to down No. 10 Clemson, 2-0, on Friday at Doug Kingsmore Stadium to take the first game of the three-game ACC series.

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The No. 11 Virginia baseball team recorded its first shutout of the season Monday, blanking Monmouth, 10-0, at Davenport Field. Derek Casey, Alec Bettinger and Riley Wilson combined on a three-hitter for the Cavaliers (14-3).

Zed Williams scored the game-winning goal 1:19 into the overtime period to lift the No. 13 Virginia men’s lacrosse team to a 19-18 victory over Cornell on Saturday night in front of 6,035 fans in Costa Mesa, California.

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NEW YORK — Those who took joy in watching Junior Burrough introduced as Virginia’s “ACC Legend,” at the league’s fete in Brooklyn on Friday night are hoping the next step is to get the former Cavaliers star’s jersey or number retired.