On Monday, Kyle provided his takeaways from the Virginia Cavaliers’ loss to Notre Dame over the weekend, while the Hoos moved up several spots to No. 19 in Week Five’s SB Nation FanPulse Top 25.
For the second time this season, redshirt junior goalkeeper Colin Shutler earned Atlantic Coast Conference Defense Player of the Week honors. In Virginia’s two 1-0 wins over Western Michigan and Notre Dame this past week, Shutler recorded his sixth and seventh clean sheets of 2019.
Colin Shutler named the @ACCMSoccer Player of the Week for the second time this season and fourth time in his career!— Virginia Men's Soccer (@UVAMenSoccer) September 30, 2019
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Check out the video below for some insight as to why redshirt junior forward Jay Huff should become more of a force in Virginia’s offense during the 2019-20 season.
Jay Huff averaged just 4 PPG last season and barely played during UVA's tournament run. Why the 7-footer is a perfect fit for their Continuity Ball Screen offense (and solid NBA prospect) regardless— Jordan Sperber (@hoopvision68) September 30, 2019
(sound on ) pic.twitter.com/99FtExWhj2
On Monday, we learned that UVA baseball will kick off their 2020 season with a three-game series against the Oklahoma Sooners from February 14-16. The games will take place in Pensacola, Florida at the home stadium of the Pensacola Blue Wahoos, the Minnesota Twins’ Double-A affiliate.
Baseball returns to Blue Wahoos Stadium in February with a powerhouse matchup between @OU_Baseball and @UVABaseball!— Pensacola Blue Wahoos (@BlueWahoosBBall) September 30, 2019
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Tweet of the Day:
6️⃣ x ♂️. Hoos for life. @coachmhagans from what I’ve seen looks like you’ll have a few more joining us pic.twitter.com/zYmOOKzSrU— Darius Jennings (@DariusJennings_) September 30, 2019