The No. 7 Virginia (4-3) women’s tennis team closed play at the ITA National Team Indoors on Sunday (Feb. 7), falling to No. 1 Vanderbilt (5-1) by a score of 4-0.
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.
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.
A Will Toffey two-out, two-run double broke a scoreless tie in the sixth, and Vanderbilt rode a solid start from first-round 2015 MLB Draft pick Carson Fulmer to a 5-1 win over Virginia in Game 1 of the College World Series Championship Series Monday night in Omaha.
UVA and Vanderbilt begin the College World Series Championship Series tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern. Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham leads our Game 1 live blog.
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.
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.
In the final non-conference game of the season, No. 24 James Madison women’s basketball suffered a 66-62 setback at Vanderbilt on Monday night at Memorial Gymnasium despite a career high 21 points by junior guard Ashley Perez (Manchester, Conn./Manchester (St. John’s)).
Old Dominion University football trailed 28-21 entering the fourth quarter to Vanderbilt but the Commodores pulled away in the final frame for a 42-28 win over the Monarchs Saturday night at Vanderbilt Stadium.
The UVA baseball team evened its best-of-three series against Vanderbilt with a 7-2 victory in Game Two of the 2014 Men’s College World Series Finals on Tuesday (June 24) at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha.
Back by popular demand, The Paramount in Charlottesville will show all three games of the College World Series. Vanderbilt and UVA will face off once again in the second match of the College World Series Finals at TD Ameritrade Field in Omaha, Nebraska, a best-of-three contest that has captivated the nation.
Vanderbilt scored nine runs in a third-inning nightmare for UVA ace Nathan Kirby, and held off a game-long Virginia rally to post a 9-8 win in Game 1 of the College World Series.
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will lead a live blog during Game 1 of the 2014 College World Series between UVA (52-14) and Vanderbilt (49-20).
UVA and Vanderbilt can both put runs on the board. Vandy is scoring 5.64 runs per game in 2014; UVA scores 5.47 runs per game. But it’s in run prevention that both excel.
UVA coach Brian O’Connor has his pitching set up for the 2014 College World Series Finals pretty much exactly how he would have wanted it, at least for Games 1 and 2. Vanderbilt coach Tim Corbin isn’t in that position.
Friday night’s UVA-Ole Miss baseball game in the College World Series at TD Ameritrade Park Omaha has been suspended because of inclement weather.
After a furious challenge in regulation and a strong effort in overtime by James Madison women’s basketball, Vanderbilt guard Christina Foggie hit a game-tying 3-pointer and assisted on the go-ahead layup 27 seconds later in the first overtime period to help the Commodores hold off the Dukes for an 89-85 victory at the JMU Convocation Center Wednesday evening.