The ACC stated that all seven ACC-sponsored fall sports will begin competition the week of Sept. 7.
The names of the two student-athletes who tested positive were not revealed. Neither of the players have required hospitalization.
The delay impacts six Virginia teams — men’s and women’s cross country, field hockey, men’s and women’s soccer and volleyball.
While student-athletes share a background in athletics, their future lives may go in a number of different directions.
The Cavaliers’ current coaching staff — spread across 27 varsity sports — represents arguably the greatest collection of head coaches that all happened to be at Virginia at the same time.
While Virginia fans have seen numerous student-athletes with long, prosperous careers, some have had their careers cut short earlier than expected.
Given their experience and expertise, branding professionals Tim McDaniels and Rob Wooten had many thoughts regarding Virginia's new visual identity.
Individually, Subhash posted a stellar 26-6 singles record this year and was 15-5 against nationally ranked opponents.
The Cavaliers' recent excellence leads to an interesting question — among Virginia's 12 team sports, which has been the most successful over the last 10 years?