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  • Five players emerge from U.Va. football's spring practices with opportunity for more playing time

    Five players emerge from U.Va. football's spring practices with opportunity for more playing time
    Throughout the spring, Virginia coach Mike London stressed the importance of his team creating a power running identity on offense, and filling some glaring holes on defense. It remains to be seen if London's objectives were met, but there's no doubt...
  • Tuesday's college and local roundup: Norfolk State runs baseball winning streak to 13; W&M blasts VMI

    COLLEGES: Baseball: Syeed Mahdi and Ryan Kilmon had three hits apiece, and Mahdi and Grafton High product Robbie Hiser both homered to lead Norfolk State to its 13th consecutive win, 12-5 at Richmond on Tuesday afternoon at Pitt Field. The...
  • Former U.Va. star Ray Savage takes over Menchville football

    Former U.Va. star Ray Savage takes over Menchville football
    In Ray Savage’s first season at the University of Virginia, his team won three games. By the time he graduated, the Cavaliers were co-champions of the ACC. Being part of a football resurrection isn’t foreign to him. And as head coach at...
  • With so many MIA, Virginia's spring game reveals little

    With so many MIA, Virginia's spring game reveals little
    CHARLOTTESVILLE – Quin Blanding was in All-America form, and T.J. Thorpe has big-play potential. Gleaning much more from Virginia’s spring football game requires a vivid imagination and/or a graduate degree from Belichick University. Indeed,...
  • Referee Bryan Kersey earns first Final Four assignment

    Long one of the ACC’s premier basketball officials, Bryan Kersey has earned the ultimate assignment: his first Final Four. Kersey, a Hampton Roads native and resident, will work one of Saturday’s semifinals in Indianapolis, either Duke-...
  • Bennett hiring veteran head coach Brad Soderberg for U.Va. staff

    Bennett hiring veteran head coach Brad Soderberg for U.Va. staff
    Brad Soderberg called as I barreled down I-85 toward the ACC basketball tournament in Greensboro, N.C. The subject was Virginia coach Tony Bennett, his valued colleague and friend, and he could not talk enough. The two go back more than 30 years, to...
  • Friday's multi-sport local college roundup: U.Va. holds off No.10 Miami despite pitcher's injury; Hokies, W&M post big wins

    Baseball: Virginia gained a badly needed Atlantic Coast Conference victory, holding off No. 10 Miami 5-4 Friday in a series opener in Charlottesville to snap the Hurricanes' nine-game winning streak. Reliever Josh Sborz stranded the potential tying...
  • U.Va. will get a look at progress of wounded offensive line in spring game

    Walking around in full pads and uniform with his helmet tucked under his arm, maybe taking an occasional jog or stretching his back, is not Jay Whitmire's idea of a productive practice. Then again, even he can accept just standing on the turf inside...
  • Preds QB takes unusual path to arena league

    Preds QB takes unusual path to arena league
    Randy Hippeard was overlooked as a football player coming out of high school in Virginia. He did not receive much notice after playing for the University of Virginia's College at Wise, then an NAIA school of about 2,000 students in the southwestern part...
  • Humility, faith at core of Tony Bennett the man and coach

    Humility, faith at core of Tony Bennett the man and coach
    Tony Bennett was at peace. At first inclined to accept the University of Virginia's head basketball coaching position, he had elected to remain at Washington State, a program he had steered to new heights and a school he had come to embrace. But as...
  • Putting Virginia's two-year basketball run in context

    Putting Virginia's two-year basketball run in context
    Three Division I basketball teams lost fewer games than Virginia this past season. Three. That’s among 351 schools. No doubt, the Cavaliers (30-4) and their fans would swap seasons with Michigan State (27-12). After all, the Spartans upset...