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Six innings into last night's game, Niagara already had exhausted five of its pitchers. Junior pitcher Will Roberts, meanwhile, provided the Virginia baseball team with 7.2 shutout frames to lead the Cavaliers to a 7-0 victory against the Purple Eagles (1-7).
The Harrisonburg/Rockingham General District Court set the preliminary hearing date for three Virginia football players Monday. Junior center Mike Price, junior linebacker Ausar Walcott and junior cornerback Devin Wallace will appear in court April 5 to determine whether there is probable cause for their misdemeanor charges of assault and battery by mob and felony charges of burglary-entering a dwelling with the intent to commit an assault.
Senior guard Mustapha Farrakhan dribbled out the clock as 8,930 Virginia home fans stood clapping. Farrakhan and senior forward Will Sherrill basked in a 69-58 win against N.C. State, making their last memory at John Paul Jones Arena a positive one.
Mustapha Farrakhan is treating his last home game like any other.
Although the Virginia men's basketball team often has sputtered offensively this season, its strong defense has remained a staple. During Saturday's 63-44 loss to Boston College at John Paul Jones Arena, however, it finally started to crack.
"If there's a better guy in college baseball, I'd like to see him."
The last time Virginia played Boston College, freshman guard Joe Harris served as a spark off the bench. When Virginia hosts the Eagles this Saturday, Harris will enter the game as the team's second leading scorer.
Heading to the bottom of the eighth inning last night, the record home-opening crowd of 2,175 Virginia fans faced the danger of being disappointed as the No. 15 Cavaliers trailed Virginia Military Institute 3-2.
With Virginia's fate resting on her racket, junior Lindsey Hardenbergh faced Baylor's third consecutive match point. The No. 23 Cavaliers and No. 3 Bears were tied 3-3 in the opening round of the ITA National Team Indoor Tournament, and Hardenbergh trailed 6-5 in the deciding third-set tiebreaker.
Sometimes, the best offense is a good defense. Or at least that was coach Tony Bennett's philosophy as his men's basketball team prepared for Virginia Tech Saturday.\nLast Wednesday, the Cavaliers held Duke to a season-low 56 points but only managed 41 points themselves as they shot 28.6 percent from the field. Bennett's solution?\n"We focused more defensively - as crazy as that sounds," he said. "I said, 'Just take good shots, let the game come, be patient.'"
Wrestling: The Cavaliers cruised to a 38-7 road victory against George Mason Thursday as the team won eight of 10 bouts and tied a program record with its 18th dual win this season.
This Virginia men's basketball team is not the same one that beat Virginia Tech in December. That Cavalier team previously had upset No. 15 Minnesota on the road, feeding off the momentum to win 57-54 in Blacksburg. Senior forward Mike Scott piloted the victory with 21 points and 13 rebounds and seemed to be in the midst of a breakout year.
When the Virginia men's basketball team scored 42 points against Maryland Jan. 27, it was the team's lowest total ever at John Paul Jones Arena. Less than three weeks later, Virginia set a new record low for scoring on its home court.
When men's basketball coach Tony Bennett offered scholarships to six teenagers, he knew he assumed a risk.
Twelve minutes into the first half, Virginia looked capable of upsetting Florida State at the Donald L. Tucker Center Saturday. The men's basketball team led 19-15 against the Seminoles, whose best shooter, junior forward Chris Singleton, had left the game with a fractured right foot.
Three Virginia football players were arrested on misdemeanor and felony charges Tuesday.
When the Virginia men's basketball team plays Florida State this Saturday, two struggling offenses will meet two stingy defenses.
After months of conditioning, intra-squad matches and indoor training, the Virginia softball team eagerly is anticipating the start of competitive play. This weekend, the restless Cavaliers finally will get their wish granted as they head to the Campbell Hampton Inn Tournament to battle Southern Illinois Edwardsville, Campbell and Drexel.
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Virginia men's basketball coach Tony Bennett started the season with six promising freshman. Now, he only has five.