The UVA women’s basketball team (19-12) earned an automatic bid to the 2017 Postseason Women’s NIT.
Trailing by as many as 21 points, top seeded ODU rallied in the second half to take a two point lead but eventually fell short in a 67-60 loss to Stanford in an NIT semifinal game at Madison Square Garden. The Monarchs finished the season at 27-8.
Miami used a strong second-half push to overcome Richmond and win a 63-61 decision to advance to the NIT Semifinals.
Keenan Palmore (Stone Mountain, GA.) scored 11 and Jonathan Arledge (Silver Spring, MD.) added 10 points to lead the top seeded Monarchs of Old Dominion (26-7) to a 50-49 victory over Illinois State (22-13) Monday night and advance to the quarterfinal round of the NIT.
Richmond (21-13) treated its home fans to yet another thrilling victory in the Robins Center, defeating Arizona State (18-16), 76-70 in overtime in the NIT Second Round.
Jonathan Arledge, Trey Freeman and Ambrose Mosley combined for 51 points to lead the No. 1 seeded Monarchs of Old Dominion (25-7) to a 65-56 NIT opening round victory over Charleston Southern Wednesday night.
On display numerous times in 2014-15, that never quit attitude of the William and Mary men’s basketball team did not stop on Tuesday night, the Tribe just ran out of a time in a 70-67 loss at Tulsa in the opening round of the National Invitation Tournament.
For the third time in program history, the William and Mary men’s basketball team was selected to take part in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) on Sunday evening.
The Richmond Spiders will enter the postseason as a one seed in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT), hosting St. Francis (N.Y.) on Wednesday night at the Robins Center.
The ODU Monarchs (24-7) will play Charleston Southern (19-11) of the Big South in the first round of the National Invitation Tournament on Wednesday at 7:15 p.m. (ESPN3 ) at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
New York City hasn’t been kind to UVA basketball the past couple of years. The 2012-2013 Cavs were booked for a trip to Madison Square Garden as part of the Preseason NIT, but were upset in the early rounds of the tournament and missed out on the trip.
Tony Bennett has no chance of outdueling Tom Izzo. It’s a legacy thing: us UVa. types wouldn’t understand.
Postgame press conference from UVa.’s third-round NCAA Tournament win over Memphis with coach Tony Bennett and players Mike Tobey and Malcolm Brogdon.
Jeff Bzdelik may yet coach another game at Wake Forest, if the program gets an unexpected NIT berth, or decides to play in one of those not-even-NIT tournaments that do no one any good.
Lefty Driesell, Gary Williams, Tom McMillen, Albert King, Len Bias, Juan Dixon. It’s all in the history books now. Florida State emphatically sent Maryland to the Big Ten when a Boris Bojanovsky dunk with four-tenths of a second on the clock eliminated the Terps from the 2014 ACC Tournament on Friday.
For the first time in 37 years, a VMI basketball squad will be participating in a postseason tournament. VMI has accepted an invitation to participate in the 2014 CollegeInsider.com Basketball Tournament
Sunday’s loss at Maryland ought to scare the hell out of UVa. basketball fans because March. Put it this way: March is not kind to Virginia hoops, the March 1 win over Syracuse to clinch the 2014 ACC regular-season title notwithstanding.
Former Virginia head coach and director of athletics Terry Holland is the Cavaliers’ 2014 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament Legend, announced Wednesday (Jan. 29) by ACC Commissioner John Swofford.
UVa. (15-5, 6-1 ACC) travels to Notre Dame (11-9, 2-5 ACC) to meet the Fighting Irish for the first time in ACC action on Tuesday, Jan. 28. Tipoff at Purcell Pavilion (9,149) is set for 9 p.m.
It was as good a time as any to look at the RPI ratings. Going into Monday’s game at Tennessee, Virginia was a decent, if middling, 51st overall, sandwiched between VCU and Mercer. An RPI rating of 51 doesn’t guarantee you an NCAA bid, but you’re close, and if you’re UVa., you’ve got the whole ACC season to build on what was going into Monday night already the 44th-toughest schedule in the country.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will be courtside for the 2013-2014 season opener between #24 UVa. and James Madison University. The tip is at 7 p.m. The game is being broadcast on ESPN3. Join Chris for live score and stats updates, commentary, analysis and more.