East Carolina transfer Jayden Gardner, a first-team all-conference selection, committed to Virginia on Monday, choosing the Cavaliers over NC State, Miami, LSU and Arkansas.
- 11/25W 89-54
- 11/27L 61-60
- 12/1W 76-51
- 12/4W 71-64
- 12/22W 76-40
- 12/261L 98-75
- 12/30W 66-57
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- 1/9W 61-49
- 1/13W 80-68
- 1/1612W 85-50
- 1/23W 64-62
- 1/25W 81-58
- 1/3020L 65-51
- 2/3W 64-57
- 2/6W 73-66
- 2/10W 57-49
- 2/13W 60-48
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- 2/20L 66-65
- 2/24L 68-61
- 3/1W 62-51
- 3/6W 68-58
- 3/11W 72-69
- 3/2013L 62-58
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The first day of the NCAA tournament saw two huge upsets and bad days for the ACC and Big Ten. Day 2 saw Virginia and Texas lose to double-digit seeds.
- Virginia lands first-team all-AAC selection Gardner
- Ohio hands late-arriving UVa another early exit
- Virginia finally arrives in Indy for NCAA tourney
- Bennett: Most of Virginia roster in quarantine
Virginia, who didn't arrive in Indianapolis until Friday afternoon after a positive COVID-19 test, suffered another shocking first-round upset two years after winning the 2019 NCAA tournament.
— Virginia’s unusual title defense ended with another upset loss in the NCAA Tournament, falling 62-58 to Jason Preston and Ohio on Saturday.
Virginia has finally arrived in Indianapolis, the 68th and final team to do so. The Cavaliers remained in Charlottesville after a positive COVID-19 test caused them to pull out of the ACC Tournament last Thursday.
Cade Cunningham, Luka Garza and Gonzaga -- which has three starters in the top 10 -- headline the updated rankings for March Madness.
With most of Virginia's roster in quarantine due to COVID-19 contact tracing, the Cavaliers won't travel to Indianapolis for the NCAA tournament until Friday, coach Tony Bennett said after the team's selection was announced.
Duke, Kansas and Virginia each failed to indicate that lingering COVID-19 issues will stop them from participating in the NCAA tournament, ESPN has learned, opening the door for all three to play, if selected.
Virginia is out of the ACC tournament following a positive COVID-19 test within the program, the ACC announced Friday morning.
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Virginia basketball released a statement with the following quote from coach Tony Bennett: “I'm hurting for our players, especially our seniors. I told our young men they have every reason to be disappointed, but it is still very important how they choose to respond. We are exhausting all options to participate in the NCAA Tournament.”
— Reece Beekman hit a 3-pointer as time expired to help No. 16 Virginia edge Syracuse 72-69 in Thursday's quarterfinals of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.
There are 357 Division I men's basketball teams. And most won't have much of a chance to win it all. We break down the near misses.
Georgia Tech senior Moses Wright has been named the ACC's player of the year by the AP. Virginia Tech's Mike Young was named the conference's coach of the year.
Virginia Head Coach Tony Bennett joins the show fresh off his team winning the ACC regular season title, and getting the #1 seed heading into the ACC tournament. Plus the ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips gets us ready for the start of the men's tournament today, and shares some insight into how we will transition into fall sports like football amid the pandemic concerns.
It's Champ Week, and several teams near the top of college basketball look to be at the peak of their powers.
— Sam Hauser scored 18 points and No. 21 Virginia ended a three-game skid by handing Miami its sixth loss in a row, 62-51 on Monday night.
Kansas' win over Baylor not only means the Jayhawks move up, but also lifts Michigan to the No. 2 spot, just below undefeated Gonzaga.
A third straight loss has taken the Cavaliers out of the conversation for a top seed, but can it get worse?
— DJ Funderburk scored nine of his 14 points in the second half and North Carolina State opened a big lead and held off No. 15 Virginia 68-61 on Wednesday night for its fourth straight Atlantic Coast Conference road victory.