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The No. 9-seed Sooners were no match for the No. 1-seed Cavaliers in the second round of the NCAA Tournament on Sunday night, with Virginia earning the 63-51 victory.

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Dox Aitken, Michael Kraus and Matt Moore each scored three goals as the No. 9 Cavaliers surged to a 16-11 victory over the No. 15 Blue Jays at Homewood Field. It was the Cavaliers’ most lopsided road rout of Hopkins ever, surpassing their 16-12 defeat in 1997 — a stark contrast to a series that saw five of the last seven regular season meetings reach overtime.

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When Coach Tony Bennett shakes hands with Oklahoma’s coaching staff at the conclusion of Virginia’s NCAA Tournament game Sunday, he’ll embrace Sooners coach Lon Kruger. He’ll also embrace Kruger’s son, Kevin, who is an Oklahoma assistant.

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Given the familiarity between the programs, each knows what the other wants to do. Much like they did in a 95-72 rout of Ole Miss in Friday’s opening round, the Sooners want to use their size and score in the paint. The Cavaliers want to keep teams out of the paint.

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The Virginia baseball team used a big offensive afternoon to roll to a 13-3 series-opening win over Pittsburgh on Friday at Disharoon Park. The Cavaliers racked up 16 hits and 13 runs against the Panthers (7-13, 1-6 ACC), both season highs for UVa in ACC play this year.

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After scoring 17 of his 23 points in the second half, De’Andre Hunter will get much of the credit for the latest in a litany of UVa comebacks. But the Cavaliers’ most recent rally was sparked by a pair of unlikely sources, freshman guard Kihei Clark and junior forward Mamadi Diakite.

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After No. 1-seed Virginia’s 71-56 win over No. 16-seed Gardner-Webb in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Friday, Coach Tony Bennett was asked if the victory would allow his team to relax going forward. Bennett offered a quick response: “Have you seen Oklahoma play?”