Olympic Sports

UVA AD Williams issues apology to fanbase for mistake on new V-Sabres logo

Let’s give credit to Carla Williams for righting a wrong, an unknowingly wrong.

Five Hoos pick up USTFCCCA All-America honors

Junior Khyasia Caldwell, senior Brenton Foster, sophomore Owayne Owens, freshman Jada Seaman and senior Jordan Scott were selected as honorees after qualifying for the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.

UVA’s Subhash named National Rookie of the Year

Natasha Subhash, a freshman on the Virginia women’s tennis team, has been named the ITA National Rookie of the Year it was announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association on Monday with the release of its national award winners.

The Villa is back open for business; please support all our sponsors

We’re happy to announce that one of our sponsors, The Villa Diner, is now open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m., serving curbside/takeout.

UVA AD Williams, coaches and staff agree to salary reductions through end of 2020

Virginia athletics announced today that all 20 head sport coaches, athletics director Carla Williams and an additional 51 assistant coaches and staff have taken voluntary salary reductions for the remainder of the calendar year

UVA freshman Subhash named ITA All-American

Natasha Subhash, a freshman on the Virginia women’s tennis team, has been named an All-America selection by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) it was announced on Tuesday.

Virginia Athletics releases new brand identity

The University of Virginia athletics department introduced its new brand identity. The refreshed designs provide updates on a brand rich in history and tradition.

Riverside Lunch, “Best Burgers in Town,” has re-opened for business; please support our sponsor!

We are thrilled to announce that one of our sponsors, Riverside Lunch (1429 Hazel Street in Charlottesville) has re-opened its business for “pick-up only” at this time.

Wahoo Nation: please support our sponsors during these challenging times

In less that two weeks, several of the advertisers/sponsors of this website, JerryRatcliffe.com, and our radio program, “The Jerry Ratcliffe Show,” on ESPN Charlottesville, began to feel that pain up-close and personal. Mincer’s, Ragged Mountain Running Shop, Riverside Lunch and The Villa have all been hit hard.

Virginia men’s lacrosse season ends with ferocious scrimmage prior to NCAA halting play

With rumors circulating by the hour about an impending suspension of spring sports, Virginia men’s lacrosse coach Lars Tiffany wasn’t about to waste any precious moments.

VIDEO: Generation180 encourages Wahoo fans to ‘Electrify Their Ride’

A local organization is on a mission to persuade soon-to-be car shoppers to consider going the electric route, and they’ve brought along some familiar UVA faces — and voices — to join the cause and raise awareness of the benefits of non-gas vehicles.

‘Hoos edged by Florida State in top-10 battle, 4-3

The Virginia women’s tennis team came up just short in a battle against No. 4 Florida State, falling 4-3 to the Seminoles on Sunday at the Snyder Tennis Center.

Hokies come away with weekend sweep at Palmer Park

Seven runs across the sixth and seventh innings led No. 19 Virginia Tech to a 7-0 victory over Virginia on Sunday afternoon at Palmer Park.

No. 10 UVA shuts out No. 23 Syracuse, 7-0

The No. 10 Virginia women’s tennis team continued to experience success against nationally-ranked opponents, taking a 7-0 victory over No. 23 Syracuse on Friday afternoon at the Snyder Tennis Center.

Cavaliers drop ACC home opener to No. 19 Hokies, 4-0

No. 19 Virginia Tech used a three-run fifth inning to pull away from Virginia and take the series opener, 4-0, on Friday at Palmer Park.

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