Tag: Super Regional
The count is 2-2, bases loaded, no outs, bottom of the ninth. Maryland leads UVA 4-3, and freshman second baseman Ernie Clement is in the crosshairs of Terps closer Kevin Mooney.
Ernie Clement (Fr., Rochester, N.Y.) hit a two-run, walk-off single to cap a three-run ninth-inning rally that gave the Virginia baseball team a 5-4 victory over Maryland Saturday afternoon at Davenport Field in Game 2 of the NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional. The hit punched the Cavaliers’ fourth trip to the College World Series as UVa won the first two games to clinch the best-of-three series.
The UVA baseball team plays host to Maryland this weekend in the best-of-three NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional at a sold-out Davenport Field. Game 2 is set for today at 3 p.m. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will be reporting live from Davenport with score and situational updates, commentary, analysis and more.
Maryland baseball coach John Szefc and players LaMonte Wade and Mike Shawaryn talk with reporters after the Terps’ 5-3 loss to UVA in Game 1 of the Charlottesville Super Regional.
The UVA baseball team plays host to Maryland this weekend in the best-of-three NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional at a sold-out Davenport Field. The series opens at 4 p.m. Friday. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will be reporting live from Davenport with score and situational updates, commentary, analysis and more.
Augusta Free Press editor breaks down Maryland and UVA – looking in depth at the teams’ pitching, lineups and defenses – in advance of their meeting in the 2015 Charlottesville Super Regional.
Game times and television assignments were announced Tuesday morning for the eight NCAA Super Regional sites for the 2015 NCAA Baseball Championship, including the Charlottesville Super Regional.
The UVA baseball team will play host to Maryland Friday through Sunday (June 5-7) in the 2015 NCAA Charlottesville Super Regional at Davenport Field. Game times and television networks for the best-of-three series will be announced Tuesday morning by the NCAA.
Press conference with UVA baseball coach Brian O’Connor and players Brandon Waddell, Brandon Downes and Kenny Towns after the Cavs’ 7-2 win in Game 2 of the 2014 College World Series Finals.
Nathan Kirby is the ACC co-pitcher of the year. Nick Howard is the first-round draft pick. Artie Lewicki might be the best all-around pitcher on the UVA staff. But make no mistake about it: Brandon Waddell is its heart and soul.
UVA is in its third College World Series in the past six seasons, and with a 4-1 win over Ole Miss on Saturday will be making its first-ever appearance in the CWS Finals.
UVA pitching coach Karl Kuhn had a simple message for starting pitcher Josh Sborz.
Yeah, yeah. UVA was 2-for-14 with runners in scoring position, reminiscent of the struggles in Game 1 of the Super Regionals against Maryland, which won 5-4 while the ‘Hoos left 14 on base and had one runner thrown out at the plate.
Middle relief has been the weak link for UVA baseball’s run toward a national title in recent weeks, even as UVA coach Brian O’Connor has done his best to mask the issue with the front door of his bullpen.
It wasn’t just the preseason #1 ranking. The heralded 2011 UVA baseball signing class has had to carry the weight of expectations for three years.
Following Monday night’s win against Maryland in the Super Regional, the UVA baseball team joined the fans for a special celebration. The players climbed the outfield wall near their fans to celebrate a third College World Series appearance in the last six years.
As the top national seed remaining, it would be hard to argue UVA not being the favorite to win the 2014 College World Series. Now for the reality check: there’s a lot of baseball still to be played, and a lot of good baseball teams to play them.
Brian O’Connor went to bed Saturday night after his UVA baseball team had dropped Game 1 of its Super Regional series to Maryland knowing that he would use his Game 3 starter, Artie Lewicki, to get whatever late key outs he needed in Game 2.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham reports from Davenport Field in Charlottesville, Va., on Virginia’s 11-2 win over Maryland in the 2014 NCAA Baseball Super Regionals. The win sends UVA to its third appearance in the College World Series in the past six seasons.
Press conference with Maryland baseball coach John Szefc and players after the Terps’ 11-2 loss at Virginia in Game 3 of their Super Regional series.
Josh Sborz pitched the game of his life, giving #3 seed UVA seven shutout innings in his first start in more than a month, and the Cavalier offense jumped on Maryland early and often, as Virginia swamped Maryland, 11-2, on Monday night to earn the program’s third College World Series berth in the past six years.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will be at Davenport Field in Charlottesville, Va., for Monday’s deciding Game 3 in the 2014 NCAA Super Regional series between #3 national seed UVA (48-14) and Maryland (40-22).
Game 3 of the 2014 NCAA Super Regional series between #3 UVA and Maryland will have a 7 p.m. first pitch, it was announced this evening on Twitter.
Postgame interview with UVA coach Brian O’Connor and Cavalier players following VIrginia’s 7-3 win in Game 2 of the 2014 NCAA Super Regionals over Maryland.
The UVA baseball team forced a decisive Game 3 of the Charlottesville Super Regional, downing Maryland 7-3 in Game 2 Sunday afternoon at Davenport Field.