Tag: Scott Stadium
UVA (0-2) hosts William and Mary (1-0) on Saturday at 3:30 p.m. at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham is in the press box reporting with score updates, commentary, analysis and more.
Scott Stadium will be in a rare mood on Saturday, with a sellout crowd as the backdrop for the 2015 home opener for UVA as the Cavs host #11 Notre Dame.
The UVA women’s basketball team (12-3, 2-0 ACC) will play at No. 21 Syracuse (10-5, 0-2 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 11 at 1 p.m. at the Carrier Dome.
Wide receiver and kick return specialist T.J. Thorpe (Durham, N.C.) has announced he will transfer to UVA for his final year of football eligibility.
The UVA women’s basketball team (10-3, 0-0 ACC) begins Atlantic Coast Conference play when it plays at Virginia Tech (9-5, 0-1 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 4 at 2 p.m. in Blacksburg, Va.
Logic would seem to dictate that yet another losing season for UVA football under Mike London would bring about a financial impetus for change.
UVA and Virginia Tech meet in the 2014 Commonwealth Clash on Friday at 8 p.m. in Blacksburg.
The UVA defense held a potent Miami attack in check, and put in a surprisingly dominant effort in the second half in a 30-13 win over the favored Hurricanes on Saturday night in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.
UVA (4-6, 2-4 ACC) hosts Miami (6-4, 3-3 ACC) in an ACC Coastal Division matchup on Saturday in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.
Season tickets for the 2015 UVA men’s and women’s lacrosse seasons are now on sale. Virginia lacrosse season tickets may be purchased online at VirginiaSports.com.
No doubt that UVA athletics director Craig Littlepage will cite some vague notion of “improvement” as the rationale for giving Mike London yet another chance to get things turned around.
Interviews with UVA football players Quin Blanding, Greyson Lambert, Kevin Parks, Anthony Harris and Darius Jennings after the Cavs’ 28-27 loss to North Carolina at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday.
Highlights from the postgame press conference with Virginia Cavaliers football coach Mike London after UVA’s 28-27 loss to North Carolina on Saturday in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.
For the umpteenth time, UVA dominated an opponent statistically. For the fourth time this season, an opponent outplayed statistically walked away with the W.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will be in the press box at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., for Saturday’s ACC football game between UVA (4-3, 2-1 ACC) and North Carolina (3-4, 1-2 ACC).
Season tickets for the 2014-15 UVA men’s basketball season are sold out. The season ticket total of 9,966 surpassed the previous record of 9,105 for the 2007-08 season.
Host Jeff Fife and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham bring you UVA Sports Today. This week’s podcast begins with a look back at Virginia’s 20-13 loss at Duke. Jeff questions Chris on his column referencing quarterback Matt Johns as the man at UVA and questions whether Greyson Lambert needs to be reinserted as the starter.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today additional dates the Notre Dame football team will face conference opponents in future schedules. The Fighting Irish and Cavaliers are slated to meet three times between 2019 and 2024.
UVA football coach Mike London talks with reporters on Monday. Virginia (4-3, 2-1 ACC) hosts North Carolina (3-4, 1-2 ACC) on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville.
UVA football coach Mike London talks with reporters after the Cavs’ 20-13 loss at Duke on Saturday at Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham, N.C.
Remember when it was shameful to say that your football team lost to Duke? Entering the 2008 season, UVA football owned Duke, as to that point the rest of the ACC had, with Virginia having won 17 of the last 19 in the series. Which made the 31-3 beatdown that the Blue Devils handed to the ‘Hoos in ’08 so shocking.
UVA had a commanding 24-3 lead at the half Saturday night against Pitt. Scott Stadium was buzzing. A blowout win over an ACC rival was in the making. The Cavs had the ball to start the second half. Build on the strong second quarter showing with a successful first drive, put some more points on the board, and the game was over.
UVA raced out to a 24-3 halftime lead, but Pitt hung around until the late stages before finally falling, 24-19, before 43,307 in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville, Va., Saturday night.