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Cavs receive commitment from Jenifer

Pete Gillen can now scratch one of five available scholarships for 2001-02 off his list. Virginia received its first commitment for 2001-02 Tuesday when Keith Jenifer of Towson Catholic School in Baltimore informed the men's basketball program that he will join the Cavalier family.


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Bad things happen to good teams

If you, Jack and Jill Wahoo, are currently squealing with malevolent glee at the possibility that this whole Corey Maggette mess might force Duke to vacate its second-place finish in the 1999 NCAA Tournament and fork over hundreds of thousands of dollars, wipe that smirk off your face.


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Look out Virginia: The NCAA's eyes are watching

If you, Jack and Jill Wahoo, are currently squealing with malevolent glee at the possibility that this whole Corey Maggette mess might force Duke to vacate its second-place finish in the 1999 NCAA Tournament and fork over hundreds of thousands of dollars, wipe that smirk off your face.


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Cav swimmers look to fulfill Olympic dreams

Take a moment to look at your watch. At this very second, thousands of young athletes are dreaming of that one moment - their country's flag hanging high in the air, their national anthem resonating off the walls and a radiant gold medal dangling from their necks.


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Jenifer commits to men's hoops

Pete Gillen can now scratch one of five available scholarships for 2001-02 off his list. Virginia received its first commitment for 2001-02 Tuesday when Keith Jenifer of Towson Catholic School in Baltimore informed the men's basketball program that he will join the Cavalier family.


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Duke learns Maggette accepted Piggie's money

In a statement released Tuesday, Duke University confirmed it had received notice from former Blue Devil basketball player Corey Maggette stating he had illegally received money from a coach while in high school. Maggette, who left Duke after one season to play for the Orlando Magic, was scheduled to testify before a federal court in Kansas City yesterday on whether or not he was paid $2,000 to play for AAU coach Myron Piggie.


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Rowing competes in Henley Royal Regatta

While many students relaxed on America's beaches during the Independence Day weekend, the women's and men's rowing teams were on the Thames in England, competing in the 151st Henley Royal Regatta, the sport's most prestigious competition. And while many students prepared for their summer midterm exams, the teams were taking their final tests of the rowing season against the world's best boats in a setting the participants described as unrivaled in tradition and energy. There were 200,000 spectators lining the course from start to finish for the Virginia women's varsity eight's first-round race against the University of Washington.


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Guthridge resigns from UNC hoops

A week after North Carolina's Bill Guthridge resigned and left one of the most coveted coaching positions in the game up for grabs, reactions from the college basketball world are still filtering in while speculations about a successor continue to swirl. Last night, Kansas coach Roy Williams announced he rejected North Carolina Athletic Director Dick Baddour's invitation to take over Guthridge's post.