2:51 AM EDT, Wed July 08, 2015
New contract loaded with incentives for UVa basketball coach Tony Bennett to stick around

New contract loaded with incentives for UVa basketball coach Tony Bennett to stick around

Amid little fanfare, the University of Virginia has reworked the contract of men’s basketball coach Tony Bennett in a fashion that will make it less tempting to leave Charlottesville.
Virginia's Blanding on Bednarik Award watch list

Virginia's Blanding on Bednarik Award watch list

Virginia free safety Quin Blanding is on the preseason Bednarik Award watch list, the Maxwell Football Club announced Tuesday.
LCA linebacker commits to Virginia

LCA linebacker commits to Virginia

The Virginia football team picked up its 18th commitment — and fourth since Monday — for the 2016 class Saturday when linebacker Matt Terrell made his pledge to the Cavaliers.
Virginia aim to bolster offensive line in recruiting

Virginia aim to bolster offensive line in recruiting

Virginia’s offensive line — mixed, matched and injury-depleted — had its highs and lows in 2014. Perhaps the lack of depth caught up to Wahoos. Hence, their recent additions on the recruiting trail.
Harrisonburg native anchors UNC offensive line

Harrisonburg native anchors UNC offensive line

The way coach Larry Fedora sees it, Landon Turner is the perfect leader for North Carolina's offensive line.

Virginia gets commitment from Maryland offensive lineman

The Virginia football team picked up a commitment from Maryland offensive lineman Stephen Spanellis on Tuesday.

Duke’s Tomlinson, UVa’s Brian voted ACC athletes of year

GREENSBORO, N.C. — Duke football player Laken Tomlinson and Virginia women’s soccer player Morgan Brian are the Atlantic Coast Conference’s male and female athletes of the year.The league announced its overall award winners Tuesday following a vote by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association.Read full article >>
Ratcliffe: UVa athletics department builds culture of camaraderie and winning

Ratcliffe: UVa athletics department builds culture of camaraderie and winning

Picture yourself as a young head coach, perhaps struggling to get your program on solid ground, and having to walk into a head coaches meeting at the University of Virginia.
Ratcliffe: Coaching camaraderie part of Cavaliers' winning culture

Ratcliffe: Coaching camaraderie part of Cavaliers' winning culture

Picture yourself as a young head coach, perhaps struggling to get your program on solid ground, and hav-ing to walk into a head coaches meeting at the University of Virginia.
With three national titles, Virginia reaping benefits of investment in athletics

With three national titles, Virginia reaping benefits of investment in athletics

When Craig Littlepage was named Virginia’s athletic director in 2001, he found himself in quite a quandary. Several of the school’s sports, including baseball and men’s tennis, were in trouble.

Whitey 365: Atkins to play for Spurs in summer league

Former Virginia player Darion Atkins didn't get picked in Thursday night's NBA Draft, but was inundated with offers to play in the NBA's upcoming summer league.

Big nights for the biggest markets in NBA draft

NEW YORK — From coast to coast, the NBA draft was a big night for the biggest markets.The Los Angeles Lakers tabbed their next potential superstar in D’Angelo Russell. The New York Knicks landed a pair of players in the first round, selecting Kristaps Porzingis and later acquiring the rights to Notre Dame guard Jerian Grant.Read full article >>

Grizzlies’ draft options center around Marc Gasol’s decision

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Not knowing what All-Star center Marc Gasol will do as a free agent leaves the Memphis Grizzlies facing a variety of options of what they could do in the NBA Draft.Their ongoing search for a long-range shooter continues and now they might be in the market for their first center in years with Gasol determined to explore free agency and backup Kosta Koufos also hitting the market July 1.Read full article >>
CSN Washington Jun 23, 2015

Vandy holds Virginia to 4 hits, wins CWS finals opener 5-1

Carson Fulmer combined with two relievers on a four-hitter as defending national champion Vanderbilt opened the College World Series finals with a 5-1 victory over Virginia.

Gators lumber up, hammer Cavaliers to force CWS elimination game

OMAHA — As Virginia baseball Coach Brian O’Connor considered his choice of starting pitcher against Florida on Friday, two thoughts stood out. The first was the Cavaliers were playing to win the College World Series — not just to make the final. The second was left-hander Connor Jones would not pitch three times in Omaha.Read full article >>