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Freshman outfielder Chris Newell was named National co-Freshman of the Year by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper on June 2. Newell is the first freshman in Virginia history to receive this distinction. Newell was also named to the publication’s Freshman All-American Team alongside teammate and second baseman Max Cotier.
Virginia Athletics announced the release of a new brand identity Friday morning that aims to “provide updates on a brand rich in history and tradition.”
When you’re sitting at John Paul Jones Arena watching the men’s basketball team play, a lot more is going into your experience as a fan than you might imagine. The Virginia Athletics Strategic Marketing and Fan Engagement department is dedicated to ensuring you are creating memories at the game and truly enjoying your time as a fan. Let’s take a deeper look at exactly how the department crafts engaging game day experiences.
Virginia baseball wrapped up its 15-game home stretch at Disharoon Park with games against No. 7 NC State over the weekend and then UMass Lowell midweek. In the first series of ACC play, the No. 25 Cavaliers (14-4, 2-1 ACC) handed previously undefeated NC State (13-3, 1-2 ACC) two losses. They went on to sweep UMass Lowell (4-11, 0-0 America East) later in a two-game series.
Virginia baseball took on Richmond in a one-off game at Disharoon Park Tuesday. The Cavaliers (10-3, 0-0 ACC) played steady and overpowered the Spiders (2-10, 0-0 A-10) in the end.
Former Virginia wide receiver Joe Reed took the field in Indianapolis, Ind. last week for the 2020 NFL Combine, performing on-field workouts in front of, perhaps, the most important audience of his life.
Virginia baseball continued its 15-game stretch at Disharoon Park, facing Bucknell in a four-game weekend series and William and Mary in a one-off, midweek clash. The Cavaliers (6-3, 0-0 ACC) took the the first two games and series finale against Bucknell but were overpowered by the Bison (2-6, 0-0 Patriot League) in the third game. Against William and Mary (3-5, 0-0 CAA), the Cavaliers took the lead in the fifth inning, putting themselves in position to win.
The Virginia baseball team opened the season at the Blue Wahoos Stadium in Pensacola, Fla. with a three-game series against No. 24 Oklahoma. The Cavaliers (1-2, 0-0 ACC) overwhelmed the Sooners (2-1, 0-0 Big 12) 6-0 in the first game — their first opening day shutout in over a decade. But Saturday’s weather-induced doubleheader was all Oklahoma.