It might still be September, but today's edition of the Rotunda Roundup gives you plenty of spring sports action, with an analysis of former Cavalier Baseball great Danny Hultzen and a couple interested lacrosse pieces. Oh and we've got football and basketball in here as well, for those of you into that sort of thing.
The Puzzle of Danny Hultzen - Minor League Ball
The Puzzle of Danny Hultzen: The Mariners prospect struggled in Triple-A. How do we make sense of his problems?
The Leitao Trap | Wahooze
For a blistering look at what's wrong with Virginia football right now, I direct you to this link, in which Wahooze blog attacks eight upperclassmen who are getting playing time and who should not be. (Yes, I know there are only seven "Targets," but look closely and you'll see they were sneaky and slid two into No. 6.)
Chris LaPierre Becomes First Solo Captain for Virginia Lacrosse Since 1981 | Lacrosse Playground
"From the day he walked in to the locker room, he has been among the hardest workers and most competitive athletes on the team. His play at the very end of our playoff game with Princeton in 2012 speaks to his fearless and selfless instinct. At the same time, it has been a great joy to watch him grow as a leader among his peers." - Dom Starsia
Hornets push UVa in LAX scrimmage | Daily Progress
The lacrosse season is a ways a way, but the Hoos scrimmaged with Lynchburg College last night to test out the new, faster paced college lacrosse rules.
Top 68 Team Previews: #62 Virginia Cavaliers | The Hoops Report
Tony Bennett has his Cavaliers going in the right direction. Most would think with Mike Scott leaving it would be a down year, but think again as Coach Bennett has brought in a top 25 class and three top 100 prospects. Freshmen Mike Tobey, Justin Anderson and Evan Nolte should make an immediate impact.