When Keytaon Thompson transferred from Mississippi State to Virginia this offseason, he expected to compete with Brennan Armstrong for the sta…
Through two World Series games, former Virginia star Chris Taylor has been extremely productive at the plate. He went 2-for-3 in Game 1 with a pair of singles before his 1-for-4 performance with a home run in Game 2.
On Wednesday, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and Gazelle Group announced a season-opening event that will occur at Mohegan Sun Arena in Connecticut, and the Cavaliers are one of the four teams included.
The current Virginia cross country star decided to make a New Year’s resolution to get in better shape. The journey started slowly, with minimal understanding of physical health and little planning.
Virginia (1-3, 1-3 ACC) ranks just 62nd nationally out of 77 teams in completion percentage even with a reliance on short and intermediate throws. The Cavaliers complete 55.8% of their throws.
After four games, Virginia ranks 14th out of 15 ACC teams in points allowed per game. The Wahoos are yielding 34.8 points per game largely due to mistakes leading to chunk plays.
The UVa athletics department administered 939 COVID-19 tests from Oct. 12-18, which resulted in four new positive test results. The testing positivity rate last week was below 1% in the results shared by the school on Monday.
Despite a clear adjustment to losing several veteran stars, UVa’s newcomers have shown an ability to compete well at the ACC level. The second half Sunday illustrated to coach George Gelnovatch what his team is capable of doing.
There were moments when the Cavaliers weren’t crisp as most of its best players available took the pitch together for one of the few times this fall. There were other moments when UVa looked like a legitimate title contender in its 4-3 loss to No. 2 Florida State.