Over the weekend, we covered the Virginia Cavaliers’ win over Ohio, and talked about who did well. We also found out that UVA opened up as 3.5 point favorites over Louisville for Saturday’s game. Here’s what else has happened over the last few days:
UVA tennis legend Thai-Son Kwiatkowski goes in depth on his college experience (Tennis Takes)
Three time NCAA tennis team champion and 2017 men's singles champion, Thai-Son Kwiatkowski reflected on his career at Virginia, which lasted from 2013 to 2017. Among other things, Kwiatkowski spoke about the positive culture change that developed within the program during his time in Charlottesville.
Betsy Brandon, a senior on the women’s soccer team, was selected as one of the few people in her class to live on the lawn for her final year as an undergraduate. Brandon, who wasn’t even sure she wanted to apply originally, says she’s still in awe of her living situation.
A double major in speech communication disorders and Spanish, @UVAWomenSoccer's Betsy Brandon earned the prestigious honor of living on "the Lawn" at @UVA as a result of her academic performance, character, community involvement and service. pic.twitter.com/yJfvYBJIkF— NCAA Soccer (@NCAASoccer) September 14, 2018
Birdwood named to top 30 of 2018 Top Campus Golf Courses (Golfweek)
Birdwood Golf Course, the site of UVA's men's and women's golf teams, placed 26th on Golfweek's annual list of best campus courses. The course, which opened in 1984, earned an average rating of 5.54.
Joe Harris teaches some of his tricks of the trade (GiveMeSport)
In an exclusive with GiveMeSport, former UVA player Joe Harris provided some insight into how he plays the game of basketball. On the topic of defense, Harris referenced some of the things he learned while in Charlottesville.
It’s always nice to see Hoos making some noise on the professional level. Here’s a video of Eli Harold’s first sack as a Detroit Lion from yesterday afternoon.