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Matt Wurzburger

Malcolm Brogdon garnered first-team All-American honors for a campaign in which he scored 18.2 points per game. Additionally, he was the ACC Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year.

​Men’s basketball battled adversity into Elite 8

A late surge by the Orange torpedoed the Cavaliers’ quest for their first Final Four berth since 1984, but the real success for coach Tony Bennett’s team came in the manner they comported themselves against the challenges of the regular season.

Sunday night marked the final game for Virginia's seniors Mike Tobey, Malcolm Brogdon, Anthony Gill, Evan Nolte and Caid Kirven.

WURZBURGER: The one that got away

Top-seeded Virginia got a taste of its own medicine Sunday night, and boy it sure was bitter. The Cavaliers (29-8) led No. 10 seed Syracuse 35-21 at the half, but the Orange (23-13) unleashed a torrid 25-4 run to win 68-62 and reach the Final Four.

Adam Haseley recorded two triples, three doubles and two singles while scoring four runs and driving home a man in the first two games of the series.

Baseball takes two of three from Wake Forest

The No. 18 Virginia baseball team won its second straight conference series, with two wins in three games against Wake Forest. The Cavaliers (15-6, 4-2 ACC) swept the Demon Deacons (13-9, 2-4 ACC) Friday before dropping the series finale Saturday.

Senior guard Malcolm Brogdon drives past Roosevelt Jones. With Saturday's performance, Brogdon is now the ninth-most prolific scorer in Virginia basketball history.

Two-way effort by Brogdon carries Virginia into Sweet 16

No stranger to having his name called, senior guard Malcolm Brogdon was once again tasked with rising to the challenge Saturday night. As has so often been the case, Brogdon responded and took over both ends of the court while leading No. 1 seed Virginia past No. 9 seed Butler, 77-69.

WURZBURGER: No shame for Cavaliers in defeat

Saturday night’s ACC Tournament championship game seemed to be a matchup made in heaven — the top-two teams in the nation’s premier league slugging it out with conference dominance on the line. The dream slowly devolved into a nightmare for second-seeded Virginia.

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