The Virginia women's swimming and diving team remained unbeaten after Friday's 164-119 win over James Madison at the Aquatic and Fitness Center. Cara Lane, Mirjana Bosevska and Laura Sullivan each won two events to carry the Cavaliers (3-0) to victory. The Cavs won 11 of the first 13 events. Virginia is now ranked No.
Even the orange "P" painted on the pitch by some Princeton supporters sometime early yesterday morning could not protect the Tigers from Virginia's fury. The Cavaliers pulled off a grueling triple-overtime victory Sunday against Princeton, beating the Tigers 2-1 in front of 1,478 fans at Klöckner Stadium. Halfway through the third overtime period, Drew O'Donnell, Cav co-captain and lone fourth year, found himself at the top of the box with the ball on his feet.
The VMI men's basketball team came into last night's game in University Hall looking for a repeat performance of last year's contest, in which the Keydets stunned the Cavaliers by keeping the came close through the entire first half.
The relay drill was going well for the Virginia women's soccer team at last week's practice -- until common courtesy intervened. As third-year forward Kyla Robinson made the tag at the end of her relay leg and began to slow up from her sprint, teammate Angela Hucles was right on her heels.
As "Hoop Dreams" - the brilliant documentary focusing on the separate but similar sagas of two aspiring high-school ballers - draws to a close, William Gates, whose hardcourt heroics earned him a scholarship to Marquette, leaves the audience to ponder these final words: "If I don't make it, don't forget about me." I wonder if Korleone Young was listening.
Mary Frances Scott's Virginia volleyball career may be winding down, but the fourth-year setter keeps piling up the awards. Scott earned Co-ACC Volleyball Player of the Week accolades for her play last week, her second such honor this season.
What an absolute travesty it was that backup quarterback David Rivers did not see more time Saturday than a mere appearance late in the fourth quarter. Just one week prior, Rivers rescued the possibility of a seven-win season with a monster outing against then-No.
At virtually every Virginia football game, there are many Cavalier fans toting signs in attempts to get their faces on TV.
The Virginia men's soccer team knew that in order to secure a spot in the 32-team NCAA Tournament they would have to conclude the season with a strong showing in the ACC tourney.