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Ian Rappaport

Tradition never graduates

When I picked up my one of my first few copies of the Cavalier Daily upon arriving on Grounds in 2010, it seemed like an innocuous act.

Undefeated Virginia baseball team begins ACC play

After four wins in three days last weekend, the No. 19 Virginia baseball team is now preparing for the start of the ACC schedule against Maryland Friday with its undefeated record still intact. The Cavaliers were originally supposed to play VMI Wednesday before turning their attention to the Maryland series, but the matchup was postponed indefinitely in response to forecasts calling for snow.

No place like home

With the Virginia men’s basketball team holding a far from secure 56-55 lead and 26.1 seconds showing on the clock, Jontel Evans found himself in the same situation he had been in when the first half came to a close — at the free throw line.

Cavaliers roll 74-58 against rival Hokies

The Virginia men’s basketball team sailed by Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, building a 9-point lead by halftime en route to a workmanlike 74-58 victory. Freshman forward Evan Nolte led Virginia’s offensive efforts.

Virginia football hires Lewis

The Virginia football team filled out its coaching staff Saturday with the addition of Larry Lewis, who will serve as special teams coordinator and running backs coach.

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Cross country squads face top national contenders at Wisconsin

It takes more than one or two superstars to make a cross country team. The Virginia men’s and women’s programs undeniably possess the requisite frontrunners for a special season, but their depth has come into question and will define the direction each squad takes in the coming weeks. Friday’s showdown against many of the nation’s top programs at the Wisconsin adidas Invitational will serve as a pivotal benchmark two weeks away from the ACC Championships.

Domijan wins, Elbaba takes second in tennis championships

Junior Alex Domijan and the Virginia men’s tennis program did it again. For the third year in a row, the Cavaliers brought home the ITA All-American Championships men’s singles title, and for the second time in that span, Domijan did the honors. The Virginia junior toppled Ohio State redshirt junior Peter Kobelt 7-5, 6-1 and remained undefeated at the tournament for his career.

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