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  • Sunday theater shows potential of U.Va.-Virginia Tech basketball rivalry

    BLACKSBURG — Devin Wilson stripped the rebound from 7-foot Mike Tobey, drove coast-to-coast and made a contested layup. Darion Atkins soared for a dunk, one Virginia desperately needed to quiet Virginia Tech's unhinged crowd, only to be denied by...
  • Anderson's late flurry helps No. 2 Virginia barely outlast inspired Virginia Tech, 50-47

    So often this season, when No. 2 Virginia has needed a lift, it has come from Justin Anderson. The junior guard provided a huge one Sunday, this time with an assist from coach Tony Bennett, and led the Cavaliers on a critical 12-0 run late in the game to...
  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Apprentice wrestlers take second in NCWA duals; W&M swim teams beat ODU

    Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Apprentice wrestlers take second in NCWA duals; W&M swim teams beat ODU
    COLLEGES: Wrestling: Apprentice School advanced to the National Collegiate Wrestling Association dual finals in Dalton, Ga., but lost to No. 1 Liberty 37-9. It was a repeat of the Flames' win over the Builders at the Virginia Duals. The third-seeded...
  • South Carroll running back Chris Gavin commits to VMI

    Record-setting South Carroll senior running back Chris Gavin has orally committed to play at Virginia Military Institute next season. Gavin, who rushed for a Carroll County-record 2,016 yards last season, chose VMI over Randolph-Macon and Salisbury....
  • Virginia strangles Georgia Tech, gives up ACC regular season-record low points in 57-28 win

    CHARLOTTESVILLE — Long before his team arrived in Charlottesville, Georgia Tech coach Brian Gregory knew the formula for his team getting out of John Paul Jones Arena alive included avoiding the big run by No. 2 Virginia. He already knew what...
  • Georgia Tech suffocated by Virginia, 57-28

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. In the arena of the No. 2 team in the country, Georgia Tech's shortcomings on offense were laid bare. The Yellow Jackets submitted to No. 2 Virginia 57-28 Thursday night, unable to produce create open shots consistently or make...
  • Thomas, bench help UM women rally for win over Virginia

    Thomas, bench help UM women rally for win over Virginia
    For the Hurricanes, who were looking to rebound after an ugly double-digit loss at Duke over the weekend, it was far from an ideal night. Virginia opened the game on a 10-0 run and while Miami rallied, the Hurricanes were without their leading scorer in...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Delaware erases 16-point deficit to upend W&M

    William and Mary’s chances of taking sole possession of the Colonial Athletic Association lead evaporated along with a 16-point lead Wednesday night as Delaware rallied for an 84-80 home victory. Omar Prewitt scored a career-high 30 points for the...
  • Hurricanes defeat Virginia, 67-58

    CORAL GABLES — For the Hurricanes, who were looking to rebound after an ugly double-digit loss at Duke over the weekend, it was far from an ideal night. Virginia opened the game on a 10-0 run, and while Miami rallied, the Hurricanes were without...
  • No. 2 Virginia looks to continue finishing strong with Georgia Tech in town

    Though No. 2 Virginia's 14 double-digit wins might lead some observers to believe coach Tony Bennett has been able to kick back, play Words with Friends or file his nails in the second halves of games, that's not quite true. Fleeting in most cases,...
  • Handling Virginia's post traps critical for Georgia Tech

    Few if any college basketball teams trap the low post as effectively as Virginia. The Cavaliers swarm from different angles and test the instincts, passing and ballhandling of opposing big men. And it’s not just frontcourt players Darion Atkins,...