Only coaches and family members of student-athletes will be permitted to attend home games this fall until further notice, according to an announcement from Virginia Athletics.
The four Cavaliers opting out are redshirt freshman wide receiver Dorien Goddard, sophomore running back Mike Hollins, sophomore defensive back Tenyeh Dixon and junior defensive tackle Aaron Faumui.
With the 2019-20 NBA season coming to a close and all three players’ teams eliminated from contention, it’s a good time to review how Virginia’s "Big 3" fared in their rookie seasons.
Both Virginia Cheerleading and the Virginia Dance Team have had to make massive changes to their summer practice and tryout schedules due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Shelby, Ohio native competed with junior transfer Keytaon Thompson for the starting job throughout the duration of fall camp.
Thanks to the postponement of the 2020 Summer Olympic Games, senior swimmer Paige Madden and sophomore swimmer Kate Douglass have an extra year to train.
Ten recruits join 21 returning players on the Virginia women's soccer team as the Cavaliers take the pitch this fall.
Along with a handful of former seniors including captain defender Robin Afamefuna, underclassmen starters Daryl Dike, Henry Kessler, Joe Bell and Daniel Steedman all left the program to pursue professional careers.
Virginia Athletics has seen no new cases of the virus among student athletes since July 24 when they reported that four total students had tested positive for COVID-19 since returning to Grounds for training.
As the country and the world continue to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Virginia football team is facing their own dilemma -- filling Bryce Perkins' shoes under center.
Simpson, a 5-11, 205 pound back, made the decision to transfer after the Colonial Athletic Association decided to cancel the fall season.
After considering declaring for the NBA draft, senior forward Jay Huff will return to Virginia for a final season with the Cavaliers.
The ACC stated that all seven ACC-sponsored fall sports will begin competition the week of Sept. 7.
In addition to football, student-athletes from men’s basketball, women’s basketball, field hockey, men’s soccer, women’s soccer and volleyball are back in Charlottesville for training.
Williams and Mendenhall have collaborated extensively with University leaders and Commonwealth health officials to ensure the safety of student-athletes and staff.
The names of the two student-athletes who tested positive were not revealed. Neither of the players have required hospitalization.
The delay impacts six Virginia teams — men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball.