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Duke tops #19 Virginia in ACC series opener, 6-3

Duke (11-2, 1-0 ACC) scored the game’s final three runs to take game one of a three-game Atlantic Coast Conference series, 6-3 against No. 19 Virginia (9-5, 0-1 ACC) at Durham Bulls Athletic Park.

Series Notes: No. 19 Virginia opens ACC play at Duke

No. 19 Virginia (9-4, 0-0 ACC) will begin Atlantic Coast Conference play this weekend with a three-game series at Duke (10-2, 0-0 ACC). The series opener on Friday (March 9) has been moved up to a 4 p.m. start.

Nicholson solid again in mid-week win for #19 Virginia

Freshmen Tanner Morris (Crozet, Va.) and Andrew Papantonis (Glen Gardner, N.J.) each homered and drove in three runs for Virginia (9-4) in a 12-1 midweek win over Davidson (8-4).

#18 Virginia rallies to top Yale, win series

No. 18 Virginia (8-4) scored six runs in the seventh inning and took the weekend series against Yale (1-6) with a 7-6, comeback win at Disharoon Park. The Cavaliers improved to 6-3 at home this season.

No. 18 Virginia splits doubleheader with Yale

Virginia (7-4) produced its second come-from-behind victory in as many games, walking off with a 5-4 victory in game one of a doubleheader against Yale (1-5). The Bulldogs held on to a 11-4 victory in game two, earning the split.

UVA-Yale baseball series opener moved to Saturday

The Virginia baseball series opener against Yale scheduled for Friday, March 2 has been postponed due to forecast high winds in the Charlottesville area. Virginia and Yale will play a doubleheader on Saturday (March 3) beginning at 1 p.m.

No-no, almost oh, no: #18 Virginia rallies in 11th, wins 4-3, in strange no-hitter

In one of the wildest finishes imaginable, Virginia (6-3) walked off with a 4-3 victory in 11 innings over William & Mary (1-8) and threw its sixth no-hitter in program history in the process.

No. 20 Virginia holds off VMI for third straight win

No. 20 Virginia (5-3) won its third-straight game, outlasting VMI, 10-9 at Davenport Field. The Keydets had a furious comeback halted by closer Bennett Sousa (North Palm Beach, Fla.) who recorded his second save of the season.

Game Notes: #20 Virginia plays host in two midweek contests

No. 20 Virginia (4-3) will play VMI for the second time in seven days on Tuesday (Feb. 27) before taking on William & Mary on Wednesday (Feb. 28). First pitch for both games is scheduled for 3 p.m.

#18 Virginia evens series with Eastern Kentucky

Behind a standout performance by starting pitcher Derek Casey (Mechanicsville, Va.), No. 18 Virginia evened the series with a 12-3 victory over Eastern Kentucky (1-5). The Cavaliers scored in all but two turns at the plate and racked up a season-high 15 hits.

Eastern Kentucky scores three in the ninth, knocks off #18 Virginia in series opener

Eastern Kentucky (1-4) overcame a two-run deficit by plating three, ninth-inning runs to capture a 7-6 series-opening victory over No. 18 Virginia (2-3). The Cavaliers and Colonels will play game two on Saturday (Feb. 24) at 10 a.m.

Game Notes: No. 18 Virginia hosts Eastern Kentucky in weekend baseball series

No. 18 Virginia (2-2) begins a three-game series with Eastern Kentucky (0-4) on Friday (Feb. 23) at 3 p.m. The series continues on Saturday (Feb. 24) and Sunday (Feb. 25) with a 1 p.m. starts.

VMI tops #18 Virginia: Second Top 20 win in a week

No. 18 Virginia (2-2) fell in its home opener to VMI, 9-4 in the first game at the newly expanded Davenport Field. A total of 3,709 fans were in attendance, a new record for a Cavalier home opener.

Disharoon Park is now the home of Virginia Baseball

The University of Virginia department of athletics and the Virginia Athletics Foundation announced today (Feb. 20) a generous commitment has been made by an anonymous donor to name the Virginia baseball stadium, pending formal approval from the University of Virginia Board of Visitors on March 2, 2018.

Game Notes: UVA baseball opens 2018 home schedule Tuesday

Virginia (2-1) will play its first home game of the season on Tuesday (Feb. 20) against VMI (1-2) at the newly expanded Davenport Field. Game time has been moved to 5 p.m. to take advantage of the unseasonably warm weather.

Virginia baseball home opener moved to 5 p.m. Tuesday start

The first pitch for Virginia’s home opener against VMI on Tuesday (Feb.20) has been moved to 5 p.m. to take advantage of unseasonably warm weather. Temperatures are expected to reach the 70s in Charlottesville on Tuesday.

Central Florida tops #18 Virginia in baseball season opener

A two-run home run by Dallas Beaver in the bottom of the fifth inning proved to the difference in a 6-3, season-opening loss for No. 18 Virginia (0-1) at UCF (1-0).

Virginia baseball opens 2018 season this weekend in Orlando

The 2018 Virginia baseball season begins on Friday (Feb. 16) with three games in three days at John Euliano Park on the campus of UCF. The Cavaliers open the year against the host Knights before squaring off against Samford on Saturday (Feb. 17) and Rice on Sunday (Feb. 18).

UVA announces spring sports broadcast schedule

The UVA athletics department announced today its spring season live broadcasting and streaming schedules for home events that will appear on ESPN affiliated networks. A total of 63 Cavalier events will be carried on either ESPNU or ACC Network Extra.

No. 11 UVA baseball blanks Monmouth, 10-0

The No. 11 UVA baseball team recorded its first shutout of the season Monday, blanking Monmouth, 10-0.

Trio of UVA players named All-Americans by Baseball America

Three members of the UVA baseball team were named 2016 All-Americans by Baseball America Tuesday.

Video: Breaking down UVA catcher Matt Thaiss heading into MLB Draft

UVA catcher Matt Thaiss is expected to go in the first round of the 2016 MLB Draft this week. Sean McNally and ACC Digital Network host Jeff Fischel break down Thaiss’ skill set.

Video: UVA baseball postgame press conference

UVA baseball coach Brian O’Connor and Cavs players Tommy Doyle, Daniel Lynch and Daniel Pinero talk with reporters after Virginia’s 5-4 loss to William & Mary on Sunday.

Video: UVA baseball season comes to an end

Virginia Sports TV has highlights of the UVA baseball season finale – a 5-4 loss to William & Mary in the Charlottesville Regional.

William & Mary continues magical run: Stuns defending champ UVA, 5-4

A leadoff homer by Charles Ameer lifted William & Mary to a 5-4 win over top seed UVA in an elimination game Sunday in the Charlottesville Regional.

Sunday NCAA Charlottesville Regional schedule altered

Because of a forecast for inclement weather on Sunday, the schedule has been altered for the third day of the NCAA Charlottesville Regional.