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After hype has surrounded the Virginia men’s basketball team building up to the season, the No. 18 Cavaliers (1-0, 0-0 ACC) kicked off their 2022-23 season with a solid win over North Carolina Central University by a score of 73-61. Virginia used strong three-point shooting, pivotal defense in key moments and a huge second-half run to stave off the Eagles (0-1, 0-0 MEAC) Monday night in Charlottesville.
No. 14 Virginia and No. 24 Pittsburgh squared off in the ACC quarterfinal on a rainy Sunday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium, battling for a spot in the ACC semifinals later this week with a first-half Cavalier (10-4-3, 5-1-2 ACC) goal proving to be the difference in a narrow Virginia victory.
Coming off of what many would consider a down year under Coach Tony Bennett, Virginia men’s basketball will look to contend in both the ACC and at the national level this year.
No. 24 Virginia hosted Hofstra in its second-to-last regular season home game Tuesday night, battling to a 1-1 draw despite the Cavaliers (8-4-2, 4-1-1 ACC) outshooting the Pride (9-3-2, 4-2-1 CAA) 14-2.
Virginia men’s soccer traveled to No. 18 Clemson Saturday night in a pivotal ACC matchup with just a few games remaining in the regular season. The Cavaliers (8-4-1, 4-1-1 ACC) were able to beat the Tigers (8-4-1, 2-3-1 ACC) by a score of 2-1 as Virginia remains just one point behind Duke for the lead in the Coastal division.
Coming off of an upset of No. 3 Syracuse on the road Sept. 24, Virginia once again had an opportunity to make a statement, both to itself and the rest of the ACC. With a 3-1 win over No. 10 Pittsburgh (5-3-1, 2-2 ACC) Friday night, the Cavaliers (7-3-0, 3-1 ACC) vaulted to second of the ACC Coastal Division and put the rest of the conference on notice.
It’s early autumn, and a familiar sound is echoing outside the Observatory Hill Dining Hall. Scattered across the sprawling field are nets, serving only to uphold the weight of a small, yellow ball. The only sound is rubber rebounding off the palms of countless students, complementing the constant chatter around each circular net. Dozens of worn-down circles on the field’s grass are the mark of feverish competition.
Virginia men’s soccer will visit No. 3 ranked Syracuse Saturday and square off at 7 p.m. for its third ACC match of the season.
Virginia fans packed Klöckner Stadium to watch the Cavaliers (3-2-0, 1-0-0 ACC) take on the Hokies (0-4-1, 0-1-0 ACC) in the Commonwealth Clash Friday night for both teams’ ACC opener. After falling behind in the first half, a late second-half surge propelled Virginia to a 4-2 victory.
With a dominating 4-0 score, Virginia defeated Rider Monday night at Klockner Stadium. All four goals came in the first half, and the Cavaliers (1-1-0, 0-0-0 ACC) were able to cruise against the Broncs (0-2-0, 0-0-0 MAAC) to its first win of the season.
After a tough 2021-22 season when Virginia went 6-9-3 overall and just 2-5-1 in the ACC, the Cavaliers are looking to rebound with some strong new additions to their team.
Various Virginia sports teams have had an eventful summer so far. The ACC announced a major conference scheduling update for football, and track and field and women’s soccer athletes are making a name for themselves on the global stage. Additionally, several Cavalier teams saw success in the transfer and recruiting realm, and Virginia capped off another strong overall year in athletics with an 11th-place finish in the Director’s Cup.
Virginia softball lost 5-3 to Florida State in their first round game of the ACC Tournament on Thursday. The Cavaliers (27-24, 13-11 ACC) were the sixth seed of the tournament while the Seminoles (50-5, 19-5 ACC) were seeded third.
Virginia softball has had an exceptional softball season this spring. Highlighted by one of the best ACC starts in program history, the Cavaliers (27-23, 13-11 ACC) have tied program records of 13 total ACC wins and four ACC series wins this year.
Virginia softball resumed play at home against Pittsburgh this weekend, coming off a hard-fought and highly competitive Commonwealth Clash against Virginia Tech in Blacksburg.
Virginia softball traveled to No. 2 Virginia Tech this weekend for the annual Commonwealth Clash between the Cavaliers (23-21, 9-9 ACC) and the Hokies (32-6, 15-2 ACC).
When the Virginia softball team faced off against Florida State this past weekend, it was looking to improve upon the program’s best ACC start through nine games, with an 8-1 conference record.
Virginia hosted Longwood on Tuesday at Palmer Park, looking to build on their season which has featured the best ACC start in program history, 8-1 through nine ACC games.
For the second time this season, Virginia softball matched up against Liberty, and for the second time it fell short. The Flames (18-12) have had the Cavaliers’ (18-12, 5-1 ACC) number in both matchups, holding Virginia to just three combined runs while scoring 12 total of their own.
Virginia softball took on NC State this weekend on the road and successfully completed a sweep of the Wolfpack (19-10, 2-7 ACC). In an impressive weekend performance, the Cavaliers (18-11, 5-1 ACC) were dominant in every game, outscoring NC State 17-4 combined.