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  • Virginia at Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse: Three things to watch

    Virginia at Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse: Three things to watch
    Johns Hopkins has built a 58-29-1 advantage in this series and has won four of the past five meetings with Virginia. The last seven games at Homewood Field have been decided by a total of nine goals, including five one-goal decisions. The No. 8...
  • Virginia holds off Belmont with help from Anderson to advance in NCAA tourney

     Virginia holds off Belmont with help from Anderson to advance in NCAA tourney
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — With only a hint of hyperbole in his tone, Virginia's Justin Anderson estimated he'd fielded the question 700 or 800 times in the last week. "'How's your finger? How's your finger?'" Anderson said he was constantly asked, rolling...
  • Frontcourt production critical for U.Va. against bruising Michigan State

     Frontcourt production critical for U.Va. against bruising Michigan State
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. — On the eve of Virginia's NCAA tournament reunion with Michigan State, Cavaliers center Mike Tobey sheepishly offered a recollection of last season's clash. "I remember it was a real physical game," he said Saturday, "and I...
  • Virginia's NCAA tournament path features another encounter with mighty Michigan State

     Virginia's NCAA tournament path features another encounter with mighty Michigan State
    CHARLOTTE, N.C. – About an hour after Virginia's 61-59 loss last season to Michigan State in the NCAA tournament regional semifinals, Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett offered a status report on his program. It was approaching 1 a.m. in the city that...
  • Postscript from No. 8 Virginia at No. 20 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse

    Postscript from No. 8 Virginia at No. 20 Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse
    Ryan Tucker made sure that what could his final visit to Homewood Field was a memorable one. Tucker (Gilman) scored a career-high-tying five goals and added two assists to spark No. 8 Virginia to a 16-15 overtime win against No. 20 Johns Hopkins on...
  • Virginia's Greg Coholan again beats Johns Hopkins in OT

    Virginia's Greg Coholan again beats Johns Hopkins in OT
    Greg Coholan did it again to the Johns Hopkins men's lacrosse team. Coholan took a pass from sophomore attackman Ryan Lukacovic and bounced it into the left side of the cage with 2:29 left in overtime to propel No. 8 Virginia to a 16-15 win over No....
  • 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...
  • Catching Up With ... Ex-Terps basketball star Will Hetzel

    Catching Up With ... Ex-Terps basketball star Will Hetzel
    At 67, Will Hetzel writes poetry, speaks his liberal mind and revels in the psychedelic music of the late Richie Havens and The Jefferson Airplane. That he did the same in 1968, as a Maryland basketball star, caused quite a stir in College Park. Hetzel,...
  • NCAA tournament preview: East Region

    NCAA tournament preview: East Region
    A look at the NCAA tournament's East Regional: THURSDAY :: PITTSBURGH 1 Villanova (32-2, Big East champion) vs. 16 Lafayette (20-12, Patriot champion) Villanova, which won the Big East tournament for the first time since 1995, has six players...
  • U.Va.'s meeting with Louisville features clash of defensive-minded top-10 foes

    U.Va.'s meeting with Louisville features clash of defensive-minded top-10 foes
    Right around the time the calendar flipped to 2015, Louisville men's basketball coach Rick Pitino was seeking something extra out of his team on defense. Nevermind the fact Pitino has long been one of the game's most effective practitioners of defensive...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Five Hokies, two Monarchs, one U.Va. wrestler reach NCAA quarterfinals

    COLLEGES: Wrestling: Ccompetitors from Virginia Tech, Old Dominion and Virginia advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals in St. Louis. As for the Hokies, who are tied with Michigan for ninth place with 15 points, their quarterfinalists were: Joey Dance...