Lots of content on Wednesday, as we posted Week 7’s bowl watch, “The Column” ahead of UVA football’s game, and touched on a main takeaway from ACC Media Days. In other news, Miami named redshirt sophomore N’Kosi Perry their starting quarterback for Friday’s matchup with the Hoos, while Ty Jerome posted a solid outing in his first preseason game.
Danielle Collins diagnosed—but not defeated—by rheumatoid arthritis (TENNIS.com)
UVA tennis alum Danielle Collins announced that she suffers from rheumatoid arthritis via Instagram on Wednesday. Despite the news, Collins, who reached her first Grand Slam semifinal this year at the Australian Open, remains confident in her path, noting, “I am one hundred percent committed to keeping strong and continuing to battle on and off the tennis court.”
Three Key Takeaways from Suns Victory Over Timberwolves (Phoenix Suns)
Among the things that stood out in the Phoenix Suns’ preseason opener on Tuesday night was former Virginia star Ty Jerome, whose impact, according to the team’s official website, “was felt almost immediately.”
No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer played NC State to a scoreless draw on the road last night. With the tie, the team moved to 10-0-3 on the season.
FINAL | For the third time this season a match goes to extra time and it ends in a draw. The Hoos and Wolfpack end it scoreless in Raleigh tonight. #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/RX0z8qM49A— Virginia Women's Soccer (@UVAWomenSoccer) October 10, 2019
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De'Andre takin' it straight to the rack pic.twitter.com/aASuFl5Phs— Atlanta Hawks (@ATLHawks) October 10, 2019