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UVa Guard to Transfer

First year guard B.J. Stith is leaving the University of Virginia basketball program after his first season. The Lawrenceville, VA native plans to continue his college career at Old Dominion University. “It is with great sadness that I’m leaving the University of Virginia,” Stith told Virginiasports.com. “I want to thank Coach Bennett, the entire basketball staff, my teammates and Cavalier Nation for allowing me to realize my life-long dream.” Prior to UVa, Stith attended prep basketball powerhouse Oak Hill Academy (VA) where…

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UVa’s Randolph & Venson Win ACC Honors; Fall Short of ACC Title

The Virginia women’s basketball team concluded their regular season with a commanding 75-59 win against #8 Louisville this past Sunday. The Cavaliers finished their regular season with a record of 17-12. Following their winning season, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) honored Virginia guards Faith Randolph and Mikayla Venson on Tuesday (March 3). UVa third-year guard Faith Randolph was voted second-team All-ACC. Randolph, who was named the ACC Sixth Player of the Year last season, was inserted into the starting lineup this season and…

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Frigid Conditions Throw UVa Baseball Team a Curve Ball

The number-one ranked Cavaliers baseball team is headed south. The team will play their weekend series against Marist College (NY) in Charleston, SC due to projected inclement weather. The series was originally scheduled to be played in Charlottesville, VA at Davenport Field, but with consecutive temperatures of 21 degrees on Friday and 37 degrees with a chance of snow on Saturday, both teams agreed on an alternate venue. “With the weather we’ve had and the forecast for the weekend, it became clear…

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PREVIEW: Virginia Basketball

Basketball fever has hit UVa once again. Season ticket sales in John Paul Jones Arena broke the previous record with 9,966 and the Hoos are ranked at #8 in the preseason polls. Optimism is high as a less than stellar recruiting class is masked by UVa only graduating three players from last year’s team. Tony Bennett looks to repeat last year’s success in the ACC while avoiding the premature exit from the national tournament. However, the 2014-2015 season brings with it a…

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Conference Realignment: Hoos Coming to Our House?

For the average college sports fan, talk of “conferences”, “realignment”, “Big East” or “ACC” may not mean all that much. Yet, for UVa fans, because of the changes to the ACC, there is a whole slew of new teams that will face off with the Cavaliers in every sport in regular conference play for many years to come. Regardless of their level of interest, there is one thing that every Wahoo needs to understand: it is time to say goodbye to Maryland…

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Back of the Pack: Virginia Looks to Improve in Second Half of Season

Saturday’s game against Duke was definitely a tale of two halves; unfortunately, this spelled disaster for Cavalier fans as they saw the Duke Blue Devils score thirty-five unanswered points to keep Virginia winless in the ACC through the first half of the season.

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