The Cavalier Daily
Serving the University Community Since 1890


Junior outfielder Adam Haseley went 4-4 with 5 RBIs in game one of the series en route to helping Virginia sweep Rutgers. 

Haseley leads series sweep over Rutgers

In the first series of the season, the Virginia baseball team (7-0) showed the rest of the league how dangerous its deep offense can be, pummeling Rutgers (1-5) in a three-game sweep to continue its season-opening win streak.

Junior first baseman Pavin Smith was named a freshman all-American in his freshman year. Smith goes into his junior year after being second on the team with 57 RBI.

​BLANK: New leaders in the clubhouse

Clement, Haseley and Smith are considered seasoned veterans of the 2017 team. Whereas they won their tournament with the help of numerous older teammates, who had years of Omaha experience, this upcoming season the majority of postseason experience stems from the freshmen on that 2015 team.

Junior Daniel Pinero batted in two runs and scored twice himself in Virginia's 7-3 rubber match victory against No. 1 Miami Sunday.

​Baseball upsets No. 1 Miami on the road

The No. 22 Virginia baseball team took down No. 1 Miami in a three-game series this past weekend, winning the first and third game. After a close 6-5 win Friday, the team suffered a 9-2 defeat Saturday before bouncing back Sunday to win, 7-3.

Junior catcher Matt Thaiss is helping propel a strong Virginia offense.

Cavaliers host UNC in three-game home stand

After dropping to 7-8 in ACC play following a series loss against Boston College (18-11, 5-8 ACC) this past weekend, Virginia is looking to claw its way back up to .500 in the ACC with a strong showing against No. 13 North Carolina Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Latest Podcast

In this week's episode, we take a deep dive into the history and future of OK Energy as well as how its founder juggles his beverage-creation endeavors with being a full-time University student. Tune in to hear how Evan Nied made his entrepreneurial dream a reality.