Cold Shooting Ends UVa Season 65-49 In NIT

The road once again proved to be quite unfriendly for the Virginia Cavaliers as they lost to the Stanford Cardinals 65-49 in the NIT's first round on Tuesday night. Sean Singletary and Hoos were ice cold from the field and were never able to make a strong run to close the gap on the Cardinals.
March 14, 2006

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

One on One with Laurynas Mikalauskas

A Q&A session with freshman power forward Laurynas Mikalauskas. The young man will more than likely win over a lot of fans with his hustle and tenacity. He touches on the transition to college life and the expectations for the season inside.
September 29, 2005

Mikalauskas: Honors Still Coming In

With his senior season over with and after participating in a couple of all-star games the awards haven't stopped coming in for 2005 signee Laurynas Mikalauskas.
May 9, 2005

Commonwealth Classic Recap: 05' Hoos Talk UVa

Last Friday 2005 UVa hoops signees Mamadi Diane and Laurynas Mikalauskas played together for the first time. Afterwards they discussed the game and their thoughts on the coaching vacancy.
April 7, 2005

2005 UVA Commit Laurynas Mikalauskas Photo Gallery

Exclusive photos of 2005 UVA commit PF Laurynas Mikalauskas putting in work on his home floor at Blue Ridge School.
February 14, 2005

2005 Hoo Mikalauskas A Leader On & Off The Court gives you an in-depth look at 2005 hoops signee PF Laurynas Mikalauskas
February 5, 2005

West Virginia Showcase: Day Two

<b>SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.V. –</b> The prime time performance of the day belonged to sophomore Chris Wright who lit it up for 41 points as he shot an amazing 72% from the field and he wasn't shooting lay-ups!
January 16, 2005