9:01 PM EDT, Sun March 09, 2014
Virginia Cavaliers Rumors & News
Long before No. 5 Virginia watched Maryland students rush the floor in celebration following a 75-69 overtime victory, an ominous sign greeted the Cavaliers as their bus prepared to leave the team hotel outside College Park. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 1 hour ago
The history of Maryland's program intrigues Dez Wells. After leading the way in an upset of No. 5 Virginia in the program's final ACC game, he now has his own piece of it.
Cavalier Insider Basketball | Daily Progress 2 hours ago
The Cavaliers talked about bouncing back, learning from the experience just as they had from getting blown out at Tennessee on Dec. 30 and losing by a centimeter at Duke on Jan. 13. In both instances,
Cavalier Insider Basketball | Daily Progress 3 hours ago
The No. 5 Cavaliers played some of their poorest defense of the season in a 75-69 overtime loss that snapped a school-record 13-game ACC winning streak.
Cavaliers Journal | Washington Post 4 hours ago
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Given a second chance to celebrate the conclusion of Maryland’s final regular-season game in the Atlantic Coast Conference, the fans at Comcast Center swarmed toward midcourt as the final buzzer sounded. Read full article >>
CSN Washington 6 hours ago
In thrilling fashion, Maryland ends its time in the ACC with an OT win over No. 5 Virginia, which will hurt the Cavaliers' hopes for a No. 1 seed in the NCAA tournament.
Cavaliers Journal | Washington Post 6 hours ago
COLLEGE PARK, Md. — Maryland closed out its 61st and final Atlantic Coast Conference regular season in stunning fashion, outlasting No. 5 Virginia 75-69 in overtime Sunday to end the Cavaliers’ 13-game winning streak. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Mar 6, 2014
Besides Virginia, which local teams have a shot at making the NCAA tournament? Gary Williams shares his thoughts.
One by one, the Virginia men’s basketball players had taken the pair of scissors and climbed up the ladder as thousands more watched on. But then only one piece of net cord, one player and one coach remained. Read full article >>
Cavalier Insider Basketball | Daily Progress Mar 5, 2014
ESPN hoops analysts Jay Bilas and Fran Frascilla were talking postseason on Wednesday afternoon and I couldn’t help but ask them about Virginia.
CSN Washington Mar 5, 2014
Maryland regular-season finale against Virginia is a general public sellout, the program announced on Wednesday afternoon.
Quarterback Greyson Lambert, in the middle of an interview after the Virginia football team completed its first spring practice of the year Saturday, instinctively began to look over his shoulder. In between Lambert’s soundbites about embracing the competition under center, the only noise came from the field. Redshirt junior David Watford, last year’s starter, continued to toss passes to receiver Miles Gooch. Read full article >>
Cavalier Insider Football | Daily Progress Mar 4, 2014
Falcons running back Jason Snelling has retired, ending his seven-year career. Snelling was a seventh-round pick from Virginia in 2007 and spent his full career with the Falcons. Most of his playing t
Cavaliers Journal | Washington Post Mar 3, 2014
Breaking down this week’s Associated Press college basketball poll: ___ VIRGINIA RISING: Virginia jumped from No. 12 to fifth in this week’s poll, the Cavaliers’ first appearance in the Top Ten since the 2001-02 season, when they reached as high as No. 4. Read full article >>
Cavaliers Player News
Coach Tim Ice Harris leaves Booker T. Washington for position at UM