It was a tough day all around for Virginia football on Friday night, as the Cavaliers, who lost star cornerback Bryce Hall to injury in the first half, fell to Miami on the road, 17-9. After the game, Caroline and Paul offered their thoughts on the offense’s struggles in the red zone, while Kyle provided his weekly takeaways. In basketball news, we profiled Mamadi Diakite ahead of his senior season and gave the latest on the Hoos in the NBA.
Thanks to senior Meghan McCool’s header in the second overtime period, No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer bested defending national champion and fifth-ranked Florida State on Sunday, 1-0. With the win, the Hoos continue to remain unbeaten on the year and now stand at 11-0-3.
HIGHLIGHTS | The top-ranked Hoos battled the fifth-ranked Seminoles for 104 minutes until a golden goal from Meghan McCool lifted UVA to victory. #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/SPS0IY4eVO— Virginia Women's Soccer (@UVAWomenSoccer) October 13, 2019
Justin Anderson poured in 15 points off the bench on Friday Night for the Washington Wizards. Through four preseason games, Anderson has averaged 9.8 points, 1.8 assists, and 2.3 rebounds.
Head men’s basketball head coach Tony Bennett introduced the other Tony Bennett at Saturday night’s “Honor the Future” campaign concert held on the Lawn.
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Get well soon, Bryce!
Can’t express how much all the love, support, and prayers have meant for everyone who has reached out. All is well I know God’s got my back and He works all things together for the good. All pain has a purpose and I will be back stronger than ever from this ! #Belie⚔️e— Bryce Hall (@BryceHall11) October 13, 2019