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News from track and field, UVA’s master plan

Shoutout to Jordan Scott for his NCAA title!

Track and Field: NCAA Indoor Championships Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

What a weekend it was for the Virginia Cavaliers men’s basketball team, as the Hoos clinched a share of the ACC regular season title and secured the conference tournament’s number one seed when they defeated the Louisville Cardinals on Saturday, 73-68. For senior Jack Salt, it was the perfect ending to a memorable John Paul Jones Arena career.

According to MileSplit USA, Virginia running back commit Seneca Milledge currently holds the second quickest time amongst high school boys in the 100 meter dash in 2019’s outdoor season. Yes, he is that fast.

Athletic Director Carla Williams and Football Head Coach Bronco Mendenhall shed some more insight on the administration’s master plan that hopes to revolutionize UVA’s athletic facilities.

Great Scott! Cavalier Standout Leaps His Way To A Gold Medal (Atlantic Coast Conference)

Junior Jordan Scott won UVA’s first ever NCAA indoor field championship over the weekend, capturing the triple jump title at the NCAA championships in Birmingham on Saturday. Scott, who led the competition through all six rounds, recorded a jump of 16.89m (55’5”) to earn the victory.


Whether it be on the gridiron or the softball field, Coach Mendenhall remains an inspiration.

Following the speech, UVA (11-9, 3-0 ACC) would go on to claim its conference opener for the first time since 2012, beating Pittsburgh, 7-4. Coincidence? I think not!