Who Are the 'Hoos?

Early games of the postseason NIT nominally yield yawns, but tonight's opening round match-up between Stanford and Virginia is a headline affair. Officially named the Cavaliers, Virginia has also carried the moniker of the "Wahoos" or "Hoos" for more than a century. More than a quirky nickname, this ACC squad has great young talent and possibly the best backcourt you will have seen all year.
March 14, 2006

Sean Singletary Named 1st Team All-ACC

Virgina sophomore point guard Sean Singletary has earned 1st team All-ACC honors. Junior shooting guard J.R. Reynolds also earned All-ACC honors by making the 3rd team.
March 6, 2006

UVa Utilizes 3's and Defense To Upset #13 BC

Roy Williams and Mike Krzyzewski might be the frontrunners for ACC coach of the year but don't count out Virginia's Dave Leitao as the Cavaliers upset #13 Boston College 72-58. J.R. Reynolds ripped the nets for 28 points to lead the Cavaliers who now stand at 7-6 in conference play.
February 21, 2006

Hoos Sweep Hokies In OT 81-77

Saturday night saw the Virginia Cavaliers sweep the season series against in-state rivals Virginia Tech 81-77 in overtime. Powered by their backcourt once again the Hoos move above the .500 mark in ACC conference play again at 6-5.
February 11, 2006

Hoos Lose 78-68 To Western Kentucky

"Lars" and the rest of the Hoos came up short against the Hilltoppers Monday night. J.R. Reynolds put on another dazzling performance against WKU but the combination of Courtney Lee and Anthony Winchester proved to be too much.
January 2, 2006

Hoos Slip By Hurricanes 66-65 In ACC Tournament

If not for a career night by J.R. Reynolds the Hoos would be on the way home to Charlottesville but Reynolds scored 32 and they squeaked by the Miami Hurricanes. Next up...the Duke Blue Devils.
March 10, 2005

Cavaliers Win Thriller 80-79 In Double Overtime

Cavaliers Survive Stubborn Hilltoppers In Double OT
January 6, 2005

Cavs lose heartbreaker to Terps

The Virginia Cavaliers suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Maryland Terrapins Wednesday night at home 71-67. The loss drops the Cavaliers record to (12-7) overall and (2-6) in ACC Conference play. Both teams came into the game viewing it as a "must win" game for a shot at a NCAA tournament berth.
February 5, 2004