Virginia Defeats Georgia Tech Men's ACC Basketball
The Cavaliers gave up 24 points in the paint in a loss to Virginia Tech on Jan. 30. Since then, it’s given up 30 and 42 points in the paint in back-to-back wins over North Carolina State and Pittsburgh.
Residents agreed to name the first park in the redeveloped neighborhood Five Pillars Park, after University of Virginia men’s basketball coach Tony Bennett’s program’s Five Pillars — humility, passion, unity, servanthood and thankfulness.
This week's Daily Progress Athlete Spotlight is on the Albemarle field hockey team's senior class, which has been playing together for coach Brittany McElheny since the eighth grade.
The VHSL executive committee on Wednesday, Sept. 21, voted to sanction girls wrestling as a separate sport, the culmination of a years-long effort by advocates in the wrestling community.
Monticello's Bazil Mathes and Covenant's Maddie Gardiner remain atop this week's Ragged Mountain cross country poll.
Maya Veselinovic tallies 14 service points, including four aces, five kills and 16 assists as help the Covenant volleyball team remain unbeaten in conference play.
The Atlantic Coast Conference takes center stage when 10th-ranked N.C. State pays a visit to Clemson and Death Valley on Saturday.
Virginia safety Jonas Sanker discusses his interception as well as the interceptions his brothers made all during the same weekend.
Star receiver Terry McLaurin has one first-half catch so far this season.
Cooper Rush’s remarkable stay as Dallas Cowboys quarterback will likely last for one or two more games. Dak Prescott, the team’s franchise quarterback who missed missed the past two games after undergoing surgery to repair with a fractured right thumb, got the stitches out Monday and wouldn’t rule out playing Sunday against the Washington Commanders. But a return either Oct. 9 at the Los ...
There may be no better illustration of what Kentucky football hopes star running back Chris Rodriguez can bring to the team when he returns from a four-game suspension Saturday than what happened when he last touched the ball in a Wildcats uniform. Facing first-and-goal from the 6-yard line with 1:54 remaining in the Citrus Bowl and Kentucky trailing by four points, quarterback Will Levis made ...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Ninety-four times in his University of Missouri career, Harrison Mevis had attempted either a point after touchdown (82) or field goal inside the 30-yard line (12); 94 times before, he had made the kick. One hundred eighty-six times previously in his collegiate career at Stanford and Mizzou, Nathaniel Peat had either run the football (163) or caught a pass (23); 185 of those ...