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May 2 Rotunda Roundup - Miller, Jenkins Receive End-of-Year Accolades

The top UVA athletes receive yearly awards, an in-depth look at the football rebuilding effort, and what the heck went wrong for the lacrosse team this season?

Jarmere Jenkins capped off his UVA career as the male Athlete of the Year
Jarmere Jenkins capped off his UVA career as the male Athlete of the Year

Caroline Miller and Jarmere Jenkins UVa's Top Athletes - VIRGINIASPORTS.COM - The University of Virginia Official Athletic Site
As the 2012-2013 athletics year comes to a close, UVA teams begin to dish out annual awards to the top achievers in a number of sports. Congratulations to all Virginia varsity athletes on another exceptional year, and making Hoos everywhere proud to shout Wahoowa!

Reshaping Virginia football, part 1: Looking at things differently - The Daily Progress: Sports
After a rough 2012 season, Virginia football is back on the rebuilding path, a position the team has been accustomed to before. In the first part of a two part series, Jerry Ratcliffe examines the man who is leading an effort to change the program once and for all.

From Old Virginia: whats the matter?
It's no secret that the UVA men's lacrosse team did not live up to its reputation this season. But what exactly was the cause of the disappointing campaign? An in-depth look at offense, defense, and goaltending tell the tale.

Early look at Heisman watch candidates in the ACC - ESPN
How 'bout a little Heisman chatter in early May? The folks over at Heisman Pundit released a list of players to watch out for this college football season, including a number of ACC players. Surprisingly, Phillip Sims didn't make the cut. Disheartening.

QB Clint Trickett transferring to West Virginia - Yahoo! Sports
Big news out of the ACC today, as former Florida State quarterback Clint Trickett found a new home in Morgantown, completing his transfer. I was hoping he'd come to UVA to compete in an air-tight four-man QB competition, so this news is much to my dismay (please note sarcasm).