The whole Cavalier coaching staff has been relieved of their coaching duties, effective immediately.
The four Cavaliers who competed in the NCAA Indoor Championships placed in the top 13 of their respective events.
The Cavaliers were overwhelmed by the Eagles on the defensive side and lost 20-11 in the conference matchup.
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.
Outside of the men’s basketball team, no other Virginia sports teams have faced COVID-19 related issues over the past week.
The Cavaliers matched up twice against the Hurricanes with one match counting towards conference play and the other labeled as non-conference play.
The Virginia men’s lacrosse team fell 16-13 to top-ranked North Carolina Thursday, despite putting on quite the offensive show throughout the game.
Virginia alumni’s veteran scorers as well as young emerging talent are providing a strong argument that the Cavaliers are capable of producing skilled players at the NBA level.
Although the Cavaliers were expected to receive an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament, strict testing protocols may keep Virginia out of the “big dance,” effectively ending its season.
With one of their biggest weapons out for the game, the Cavaliers' other offensive pieces stepped up to fill the void — finishing with an 18 goal performance that forced the Patriots into submission.
Senior swimmer Paige Madden has suffered her fair share of injuries during her journey to the top of the ACC and has experienced both the physical and mental toll it can place on a student-athlete.
After a competitive doubles frame, the Cavaliers won their next three singles matches in straight sets on courts one, three and five to seal the match.
Virginia saw its overall record drop below .500 this weekend after four painful losses to Clemson.
A three-pointer by freshman guard Reece Beekman as the final second ticked away allowed Virginia to escape with the victory.