With less than 20 minutes left in the game, the Cavaliers went on an electric run that would carry them to the win.
The No. 9 Cavaliers (7-1, 1-2 ACC) defeated a higher-ranked Fighting Irish (4-1, 0-1 ACC) squad that stood at No. 6 in the nation after winning its first four games in the season.
This is the third time this season the Cavaliers have won by a score of 1-0.
The number eight team in the country, the Cavaliers have displayed variety on both offense and defense, with emerging stars and veteran stalwarts.
Cases within the University community continue to remain relatively dormant, with Virginia Athletics reporting only two new cases of COVID-19 in the latest report
This weekend was full of dominant performances from the Cavalier men and women alike.
The Blue Devils (6-3, 2-3 ACC) dominated the first meeting, but the Cavaliers (7-2, 3-2 ACC) bounced back with a close victory in the second game.
Although it was two different ACC opponents, it was the same story for the hot Cavaliers as they handled business over the weekend.
The Cavaliers led from start to finish in a stalwart showing, never looking back from the jump.
The Bobcats used a 16-2 second half run to take control of the game and pull off the upset against the fourth-seeded Cavaliers.
With uncertainty brewing ahead of the NCAA Tournament, the CD Sports Staff shares its thoughts about what's to come for the men's basketball team.
From the glory days highlighted by former center Ralph Sampson, a three-time College Player of the Year, to the recent successes under Coach Tony Bennett, Virginia men's basketball has had its fair share of impressive tournament teams.
Under Coach Tony Bennett, the Cavaliers have become infamous for the Pack Line defense and the Blocker-Mover offense — two deliberate and efficient approaches on both ends of the floor that has led Virginia to many wins.
Hauser is playing the best basketball of his season right now, just in time for the NCAA Tournament.