Virginia was overwhelmed at the plate and on the mound all weekend and lost all three games in the series to No. 25 Notre Dame.
The Cavaliers fell in two of three games against the unranked Seminoles, despite strong performances from many of their key players.
The Cavaliers were electric in every frame and led throughout the entire game, ultimately finishing up by 10.
In three games against ACC foe North Carolina, Virginia dropped two and took one — handing the Tar Heels their first loss of the season.
In the first of many one-off midweek games for Virginia, the team relied on steady momentum to beat Virginia Military Institute 14-5.
After nearly a year without Virginia baseball, the team took to Disharoon Park in a three-game series against UConn. The Cavaliers clinched the series — starting the season 2-1.
Last season, the Virginia baseball team was shaping up to be a strong force in the world of college baseball. Now, they look to improve upon that success and return to the postseason for the first time in over three years.
The Cavaliers appear poised to have a stellar season in 2021 after picking up impressive preseason accolades, returning many key players and bringing in a solid freshman class.
This is the first time that two Virginia baseball players were recognized in the same year by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper since 2015.
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.
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.
Despite a promising 6-0 shutout Friday, the Cavaliers (1-2, 0-0 ACC) fell twice to the Sooners (2-1, 0-0 Big 12) in both of Saturday's games.
In recognition of the two former MLB All-Stars securing baseball’s biggest prize, we looked back at the collegiate years of the duo that helped define Virginia baseball for years to come.