Tag: College World Series
Virginia basketball fans could learn from … Virginia baseball fans. (We’re pretty much one and the same.)
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks sports with WREL host Jim Bresnahan – focusing on the Washington Nationals and Baltimore Orioles, wrapping last week’s College World Series win by 2015 national champion UVA, and sneak peeking ahead to the upcoming college football season.
Kevin Doherty, starting left fielder, national champion. It hasn’t set in yet for the rising UVA fourth-year.
In a jam-packed news segment, Chris Graham talks the Supreme Court ruling on same-sex marriage, the latest on the Confederate flag debate, the Jesse Matthews murder case, and the 2015 College World Series.
Podcast: UVA baseball’s Brian O’Connor, Brandon Waddell, Kenny Towns, Josh Sborz talk College World Series, national championship
UVA baseball coach Brian O’Connor and players Brandon Waddell, Kenny Towns and Josh Sborz talk with reporters on Thursday before a celebration event at the John Paul Jones Arena marking the program’s 2015 national championship.
UVA baseball coach Brian O’Connor, starting pitcher Brandon Waddell, third baseman Kenny Towns, first baseman Pavin Smith and relief pitcher Nathan Kirby speak with reporters after the Cavs’ 4-2 win over Vanderbilt on Wednesday that clinched the program’s first national championship.
Virginia Cavaliers baseball coach Brian O’Connor says he was well aware of the ACC’s College World Series drought. UVA is the first ACC team to win a baseball national title since 1955. Find out what other ACC coaches were texting to O’Connor leading up to Wednesday’s decisive Game 3.
Podcast: The first-ever Championship Edition of UVA Sports Today wraps the 2015 College World Series
The UVA Sports Today crew – host Jeff Fife and Augusta Free Press staffers Scott German and Chris Graham – bring the first-ever Championship Edition of the podcast in the wake of Virginia’s 4-2 win over Vanderbilt in the 2015 College World Series that clinched the program’s first national championship. Scott nominates himself the president-for-life in the Brian O’Connor Fan Club, Chris begins the crowdfunding drive for statues outside Davenport for Brandon Waddell and Josh Sborz, and much, much more.
UVA and Vanderbilt play Game 3 in the College World Series with a national championship on the line. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads our live blog.
They need to redo the statue out front of TD Ameritrade Park. Until they do, that statue is missing its Josh Sborz.
The UVA baseball team evened the College World Series Finals at a game apiece by blanking Vanderbilt, 3-0, Tuesday night in front of 24,645 fans at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The Cavaliers (43-24) forced a deciding Game 3 at 8 p.m. Wednesday to determine the national champion. UVa is seeking its first national championship.
UVA freshman Adam Haseley pitched into the sixth in a surprise start, Ernie Clement and Thomas Woodruff delivered two-out RBI hits in a three-run sixth, and Josh Sborz, once again, closed out a UVA College World Series win, 3-0 over Vanderbilt in Game 2 of the College World Series Championship Series.
UVA and Vanderbilt play Game 2 in the College World Series Championship Series tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads our live blog.
UVA fell to Vanderbilt, 5-1, in Game 1 of the College World Series Championship Series Monday night. ‘Hoo does coach Brian O’Connor turn to for Game 2? Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham joins host Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va., to break down Virginia’s options in the CWS.
UVA head coach Brian O’Connor, starting pitcher Connor Jones and left fielder Kevin Doherty talk with reporters after the Cavs’ 5-1 loss to Vanderbilt in Game 1 of the College World Series Championship Series on Monday.
The Virginia baseball team lost to Vanderbilt, 5-1, Monday evening in Game 1 of the College World Series Finals in front of 21,652 fans at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.
Game 1 in a best-of-three series is obviously pivotal. Vanderbilt’s 5-1 win over UVA in the College World Series Monday night is even more so for the Commodores.
Following UVA’s clinching victory over the University of Florida, the ‘Hoos find themselves right where they were a year ago, set to face reigning national champions Vanderbilt in the College World Series Championship Series. Hear from both head coaches and a pair of UVA standouts why another best-of-three series between these two schools will be something special.
The UVA baseball team competes for a national championship this week as it takes on Vanderbilt in the College World Series Finals at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha. The best-of-three series is a rematch of a fantastic 2014 CWS Finals, won by the Commodores in three games. The series consists of games Monday, Tuesday and – if necessary – Wednesday. Each game starts at 8 p.m. ET.
On May 14, closing in on 10 p.m. Chapel Hill time, the UVA baseball season was on the verge of being over. The Cavs trailed North Carolina 1-0 going into the ninth inning. Robbie Coman tied the game with an RBI single in the ninth, and a Pavin Smith fielders choice scored the go-ahead run in the 10th to give Virginia the 2-1 win that lifted the ‘Hoos to 13-15 in the ACC on the season.
UVA baseball coach Brian O’Connor and players Daniel Pinero and Kenny Towns and Vanderbilt baseball coach Tim Corbin and players Carson Fulmer and Dansby Swanson talk with reporters on the eve of Game 1 of the 2015 College World Series Championship Series.
Three first-round picks, including the #1 overall, Dansby Swanson. That’s Vanderbilt, the defending national champion, looking to go back-to-back against the UVA team that it knocked off in the 2014 College World Series.
UVA baseball coach Brian O’Connor and Cavs players Josh Sborz, Kenny Towns and Brandon Waddell speak with reporters after Virginia’s 5-4 win over Florida on Saturday that sends the ‘Hoos to the College World Series Championship Series.
The UVA Sports Today crew – Chris Graham and Scott German – break down the 5-4 win for UVA baseball over favored Florida on Saturday in the 2015 College World Series. The big question: do the Cavs have a chance at knocking off defending national champion Vanderbilt?
UVA third baseman Kenny Towns knocked in three runs, including the tie-breaker in the seventh on a sacrifice fly, and Brandon Waddell and Josh Sborz did just enough to hold down a potent Florida offense in a 5-4 Cavs win on Saturday in the 2015 College World Series.