The question going into the Charlottesville Regional for top seed UVA had to do with pitching, particularly, did the ‘Hoos have enough to advance?
Travis Watkins capped a five-run ninth-inning rally with a three-run walkoff homer to lift ECU to an 8-6 win over top seed UVA in the Charlottesville Regional on Saturday.
Top seed and defending national champion UVA (38-20) faces #3 seed East Carolina (35-24) in the Charlottesville Regional.
Defending national champ UVA (37-20) will face CAA champ William & Mary (29-29) at 1 p.m. Friday in the opening game of the Charlottesville Regional.
Former ECU starting quarterback Kurt Benkert is headed to UVA, ostensibly to compete with incumbent starter Matt Johns for the #1 spot on the depth chart.
Tommy Doyle (So., Vienna, Va.) allowed one earned run in seven-plus innings as the No. 4 Virginia baseball team defeated East Carolina, 4-2.
East Carolina rallied for a run in the ninth inning and scored three in the 10th to pull out an 8-5 win over the No. 4 UVA baseball team Friday.
Virginia football will be BYU East next season, with one notable exception, in the form of former ECU coach Ruffin McNeill.
James Summers ran for 169 yards and two touchdowns, and East Carolina came back from an early 14-0 deficit to post a 35-28 win over Virginia Tech on Saturday in Greenville, N.C.
The UVA baseball team starts its 2015 regular season this weekend with a three-game series at East Carolina. The season opener is slated for 3 p.m. Friday at Clark-LeClair Stadium in Greenville, N.C. Because of impending inclement weather on Sunday, the teams now will wrap up the series with a doubleheader beginning at noon Saturday.
The weekend schedule has been altered for the season-opening series between the UVA baseball team and East Carolina, slated for Friday through Sunday (Feb. 13-15) at Clark-LeClair Stadium in Greenville, N.C.
JMU led by as much as 11 in the first half but could not hang on to the advantage, as East Carolina surged to a 70-58 victory in men’s basketball on Saturday evening at Williams Arena at Minges Coliseum.
Both Virginia Tech and North Carolina enter their matchup Saturday at Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C., with an ACC loss. One will leave with a second loss, and almost assuredly will see its chance to play for the ACC title in Charlotte in December come to an end.
North Carolina football coach Larry Fedora talks with reporters on Monday. UNC (2-2, 0-1 ACC) hosts Virginia Tech (3-2, 0-1 ACC) on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. in Chapel Hill, N.C.
There’s a reason Vegas puts numbers on games, too, and UVA, as much as a 26.5-point favorite over Kent State, and Virginia Tech, a 21-point favorite over Western Michigan, aren’t likely to even be in close games.
On the one hand, it’s hard to get too excited about a 2-2 start. On the other hand, it’s a 2-2 start after playing three games against ranked teams, and UVA football was in all three.
East Carolina was on the verge of blowing Virginia Tech out of Lane Stadium, but the Hokies came all the way back from a 21-0 first-quarter deficit to tie the game with 1:20 to go, only to give it up in the final seconds on a 1-yard quarterback sneak by Shane Carden as the Pirates upset #17 Virginia Tech, 28-21, on Saturday.
A week after a huge win over Ohio State, Virginia Tech was upset at home as East Carolina beat the Hokies 28-21.
VMI football strength and conditioning coach Jimmy Whitten has announced Curtis Whaley as the Institute’s Head Strength and Conditioning Coach for Olympic Sports.
#1 UVa. got five and two-thirds strong innings from Brandon Waddell and six two-out run-scoring hits to post a 6-2 win over East Carolina on Sunday in front of a February record crowd of 3,592 at Davenport Field in Charlottesville, Va.
The No. 1-ranked UVa. baseball team shut out East Carolina, 4-0, Saturday afternoon in front of 3,561 spectators at Davenport Field. Three UVa pitchers combined on a seven-hitter as the Cavaliers (5-1) picked up their fifth straight victory and second shutout of the year.
The top-ranked UVa. baseball team scored a 3-2 win over East Carolina Friday. Brandon Downes (Jr., South Plainfield, N.J.) hit a pair of solo home runs to support a strong UVa pitching effort, highlighted by 6 1/3 innings of two-run baseball from starter Nathan Kirby (So., Midlothian, Va.).
The top-ranked UVa. baseball team faces East Carolina Friday through Sunday (Feb. 21-23) in a three-game series at Davenport Field. The 3 p.m. Friday contest now serves as the Cavaliers’ 2014 home opener.
Three East Carolina pitchers combined to strike out nine and limit JMU to one earned run in a 4-2 victory on Sunday afternoon in a non-conference baseball game at Clark-LeClair Stadium.
Junior right-hander Chris Huffman (Fort Defiance, Va./Fort Defiance) struck out seven for the victory and senior Trent Cundiff (Roanoke, Va./Northside) wrapped up eight scoreless innings from the JMU staff with the save in a 5-2 victory over East Carolina on Saturday afternoon at Clark-LeClair Stadium in non-conference baseball action.
Pinch runner Garrett Brooks raced home with the winning run on a throwing error in the bottom of the ninth inning as East Carolina defeated James Madison 6-5 in the season opener for both squads on Friday afternoon at Clark-LeClair Stadium.
Story by Chris Graham email@example.com A 79-yard first-quarter touchdown run by Cedric Peerman ignited a 28-point first-half outburst by Virginia, and the ‘Hoos withstood a late rally to beat back East Carolina by a 35-20 final on Saturday in Charlottesville. It was the second straight home win for the Cavs, who defeated Maryland 31-0 last […]