Osherow Takes On Lead Role in Rebuilding Effort
By Jeff White (firstname.lastname@example.org)
April 20, 2016
CHARLOTTESVILLE -- In a season in which it finished last in the ACC, the University of Virginia softball team won one conference series in 2015.
Sousa's solid start sparks Virginia's rout of Radford
Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 10:37 pm
BY ANDREW RAMSPACHER
The first start in Bennett Sousa’s Virginia career kept extending.
Virginia Earns 11-3 Midweek Win over Radford
Sousa and Shambora scatter four hits in Tuesday night win
April 19, 2016
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Behind a four-hitter from Bennett Sousa (So., North Palm Beach, Fla.) and Tyler Shambora (Jr., Venice, Fla.), the Virginia baseball team downed Radford, 11-3, Tuesday evening at Davenport Field. Virginia improved to 24-15, while Radford dropped to 10-27.
Ride alongs help Virginia's Bronco Mendenhall get acquainted
with new home
7:58 PM ET
ESPN Staff Writer
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Bronco Mendenhall had never recruited Virginia. Marques Hagans embodies everything about Virginia.
As spring practice draws to a close, Cavs turn attention to scheme, strategy
Mendenhall "OK" with camp ban
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Flash cards helped new Virginia coach Bronco Mendenhall learn his players’ names. The first dozen spring practices or so gave him a feel for the role each one might play.
U.Va.'s Dowling leading with toughness, effort and mouth
Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 2:10 pm
By MIKE BARBER Richmond Times-Dispatch
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Andre Levrone lets you know he’s ready to play with the look on his face. Fellow wide receiver Doni Dowling? He’s more likely to tell you about it.
Notebook: UVa coaches share excitement on social media
Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 5:00 pm
BY ANDREW RAMSPACHER
Mark Atuaia is part running backs coach, part amateur film maker for Virginia’s football program.
Ratcliffe: Dave Odom's long, strange recruiting trip at UVa
Posted: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 4:30 pm
BY JERRY RATCLIFFE
This is the story of Kelly the Wonder Dog, and one of the most amazing recruiting jobs ever pulled off in college basketball history.
Malcolm Brogdon’s NBA Prospects Have Grown
Kris Wright, TheSabre.com, on April 18, 2016
Just wait until the interviews. That’s the thought process for coach Tony Bennett when it comes to Virginia standout Malcolm Brogdon.
http://virginia.sportswar.com/article/2016/04/18/malcolm-brogdons-nba-prospects-have-grown/ (PAY SITE)
ESPN needs to be a better partner to the ACC, after Big 10 rights deal revealed.
ACC by Jfann
Let’s just come out say it. Jim Delany is a genius when it comes to handling the Big 10′s media rights. More than 10 years ago, his vision led to the Big Ten Network. Now he’s managed to secure a deal with Fox that could be worth up $250 Million a year for 6 years for just half of the Big 10′s media rights that were up for grabs. Well respected College Football writer @DanWolken details how Delany one-upped his nearest competitor the SEC and the rest of the Power 5.
Bryan Kersey a natural to coordinate ACC basketball officials
Hampton Roads native Bryan Kersey officiated in the ACC for 27 seasons.
#757 native officiated 30 years in Division I, 27 in the ACC
Bryan Kersey didn’t want to know when he’d referee his final college basketball game. He didn’t want the pressure, the emotion, the notoriety.
APRIL 19, 2016 1:01 PM
Former UNC athletes spar with university in federal court
Arguments on Tuesday focus on whether athletes’ lawsuits should proceed
In two suits, former student-athletes say they were denied an education in fake classes
BY DAN KANE
A federal judge Tuesday heard oral arguments that could shut the door on former UNC-Chapel Hill athletes’ claims that they were cheated out of an education – or that could allow their lawsuits to shine more light on a major academic scandal.