Yesterday the ‘Hoos brought home a host of ACC honors, with Tony Bennett taking coach of the year honors and De’Andre Hunter was the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year and an All-ACC First Team nod alongside Kyle Guy. Ty Jerome made All-ACC Second Team. We also took a look at Virginia’s steady No. 2 ranking this week going into the NCAA Tournament and what’s at stake for the Cavaliers.
Here’s what else is happening around the corner.
As honors pile up, UVA celebrates a regular season worth remembering (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Saturday’s win over the Orange marked another ACC title for Virginia, but it was also the regular season culmination of a tremendous season.
Postseason Awards: 2018-19 All-America Teams, Player of the Year, Coach of the Year (NBC Sports)
NBCSports has Hunter in their first-team All-America class, arguing that he’s the “second-best player in the country this season behind Zion.” Heck yeah. Ty Jerome got a third-team mention.
Alhambra Classic: Eight Hot Takes (Rivals)
Rivals has a hot take about Virginia-commit Casey Morsell, who impressed at the Alhambra Classic this week.
UVA Scores Game-Changing Verbal Commitment (SwimSwam)
No. 2 recruit Alex Walsh has announced her verbal commitment to Virginia swimming and diving’s 2020 class.
Ty Jerome is also the ACC’s Player of the Week after dropping 24 points against Syracuse on Saturday.
.@UVAMensHoops' Ty Jerome is the #ACCMBB Player of the Week, presented by @KIOTITractor.— ACC Men's Basketball (@accmbb) March 11, 2019