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UVA football season ticket sales start Feb. 29

Season tickets for UVA football’s 2016 six-game home schedule will be on sale for renewals and new buyers beginning Monday, Feb. 29.

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UVA Baseball: ‘Hoos prepare for final weekend in ACC play at North Carolina

The UVA baseball team completes the regular season Thursday through Saturday with a three-game ACC series at North Carolina. Play begins at 7 p.m. Thursday at Boshamer Stadium in Chapel Hill and continues at 6:30 p.m. Friday and noon Sunday.

UVA baseball scores two in eight, tops Richmond, 8-6

Daniel Pinero (So., Toronto, Ontario) hit a two-out, two-run single in the eighth inning to break a 6-6 tie and lift the UVA baseball team to an 8-6 win over Richmond Tuesday evening in the Cavaliers’ 2015 home finale at Davenport Field.

UNC transfer T.J. Thorpe shines in UVA spring game

It could have been awkward for T.J. Thorpe to meet his new UVA teammates. A few months ago, Thorpe was the enemy, and not just the enemy, but the guy on the enemy responsible for the play that turned a promising Cavs’ season into something else entirely.

Regression? UVA quarterbacks struggle in spring game

Subpar quarterback play is the key reason UVA football coach Mike London is on the hot seat the past three years. The bad news for London coming out of the spring is that the two candidates to be the starter in the fall didn’t show well.

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UVA women’s basketball drops second straight road game, falling 67-58 at Miami

The UVA women’s basketball team (13-6, 3-3 ACC) fell 67-58 at Miami (15-4, 5-1 ACC) on Wednesday (Jan. 21) at the BankUnited Center in Coral Gables, Fla.

UVA basketball remains #2 in national polls

UVA basketball maintains its spot at #2 in the Associated Press and USA Today coaches national polls this week. Virginia (17-0, 5-0 ACC) received first-place votes in both polls for the second straight week.

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Key to #2 UVA basketball title chances: Freshman Isaiah Wilkins?

UVA freshman forward Isaiah Wilkins didn’t even get off the bench in the second-ranked Cavs’ first two ACC games, wins at Miami and at home against N.C. State.

Inside the Numbers: #2 UVA wins at Boston College, 66-51

Justin Anderson didn’t score from the field in the 66-51 win for #2 UVA at Boston College on Saturday, and yet Anderson had maybe the three most important points of the day for the Cavs.

Breaking down #2 UVA win at Boston College

Second-ranked UVA pulled away in the second half to top Boston College, 66-51, in ACC basketball action in Chestnut Hill, Mass., on Saturday. Host Jeff Fife and Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham break down the game.

#2 UVA pulls away late, defeats Boston College on the road, 66-51

Boston College led by as many as five early in the second half, but second-ranked UVA closed the game on a 33-13 scoring run to knock off the Eagles, 66-51, on Saturday.

Video: UVA vs. TCU College World Series preview

UVA will face TCU tonight in the College World Series winners’ bracket. Cavaliers head coach Brian O’Connor says the focus is only on playing the Horned Frogs tonight and going to 2-0 in the College World Series.

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#1 UVa. baseball concludes regular season at Wake Forest

The top-ranked UVa. baseball team finishes regular-season play Thursday through Saturday (May 15-17) with a three-game ACC series at Wake Forest in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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#1 UVa. baseball hosts VCU in home regular season finale

The top-ranked UVa. baseball team plays its final home game of the 2014 regular season at 6 p.m. Tuesday when VCU comes to Davenport Field.

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#1 UVa. baseball hosts Georgia Tech in ACC home series finale

The top-ranked UVa. baseball team entertains Georgia Tech Friday through Sunday (May 9-11) in a three-game ACC series at Davenport Field.

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#1 UVa. baseball hosts #22 Liberty Wednesday night

The No. 1-ranked UVa. baseball returns from its week-long break for final exams Wednesday (May 7) with a midweek game against No. 22 Liberty. Game time is 6 p.m. at Davenport Field.

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UVa. women’s basketball defeats Boston College in ACC Tournament, 74-59

Led by the scoring efforts of senior Ataira Franklin, the 10th-seeded UVa. Cavaliers defeated 15th-seeded Boston College, 74-59, on Wednesday afternoon in the first round of the ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament at the Greensboro Coliseum.

Live Blog | UVa.-Virginia Tech

The day is here, and ACCVirginia.com will be live in Scott Stadium in Charlottesville for the annual in-state rivalry game between the University of Virginia Cavaliers and the Virginia Tech Hokies. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m. The game is being broadcast on ABC-TV. Editor Chris Graham will be live in the press box providing […]

Scott German | Storm clouds on the horizon for Leitao

Sixteen first-half points for UVa in Saturday’s horrendous 73-62 home loss to Florida State. And it took a late fury to reach that dubious total. If you listened to Virginia coach Dave Leitao’s press conference, the reason for the struggle is obvious, plain and simple – this team is young, very young. A roster that […]

Live Blog – UVa. vs. UNC

The AFP will be courtside for tonight’s men’s basketball game between UVa. and #5 North Carolina. The game is set for a 9 p.m. tip. It is being broadcast nationally on ESPN. AFP editor Chris Graham will be in the John Paul Jones Arena and will be blogging live with commentary and analysis from the […]

Tigers rally, hold off Cavs, 58-56

A 14-2 run gave Virginia a 56-52 lead and had the Cavs in the driver’s seat. And then they couldn’t finish the deal. “I’m obviously disappointed, particularly with our inability to play a game from start to finish that we prepared to play,” said UVa. coach Dave Leitao, whose Cavs could not score in the […]

Groh confirms staff shakeup

It’s official – Al Groh is staying on at the helm of the UVa. football program, and his son Mike is among those being flung to the wolves as part of an internal housecleaning.

Groh, or no Groh?

It appears at this point that at least one and maybe both Grohs will be back in Charlottesville next fall. Should they be? Or should the University of Virginia go in a new direction – either by forcing Mike Groh out as offensive coordinator or Al Groh out as head coach? What do you think?

The case for Groh Must Go

Notre Dame is about to begin its third coaching search in eight years after going only 54-42 and enduring three losing seasons in that span from Bob Davie to Ty Willingham to the now-embattled Charlie Weis. And Auburn is thinking about replacing Tommy Tuberville, who has gone 71-30 the past eight and stumbled only this […]

Stop the Presses | Not looking forward to the rivalry game

AFP editor and UVa. alum Chris Graham can see the writing on the wall. Another big loss in the big game looms for his beloved ‘Hoos. How will he cope? Length: 2:05.