After a historic season that saw the Virginia Cavaliers beat their rivals from Blacksburg for the first time in a long time, claim the Coastal crown and appear in the Orange Bowl, the Wahoos finished off 2019-20 ranked No. 29 in the AP Poll.
49ers’ Bosa PFWA Rookie and Defensive Rookie of the Year, Raiders’ Jacobs Offensive Rookie of the Year; 2019 All-Rookie Team named (PFWA)
Former All-ACC performer and current Kansas City Chiefs rookie Juan Thornhill was named to the Pro Football Writers’ 2019 All-Rookie Team for his play at the safety position, the organization announced yesterday. Thornhill recorded 58 total tackles (42 solo), three interceptions and five passes defended before tearing his ACL in his team’s regular season finale.
Photos from 1st Winter Workout.#GoHoos⤵️— Virginia Football (@UVAFootball) January 14, 2020
UVA football is back at it.
Men’s tennis head coach Andres Pedroso, who took home ACC coach of the year honors in 2019, spoke with the media on Tuesday.
Head coach Andres Pedroso talks about what to expect from the 2020 Hoos as he chats with the press ahead of the season opener. Check it out #GoHoos pic.twitter.com/CbwLF07bEA— Virginia Men's Tennis (@UVAMensTennis) January 14, 2020
Pedoroso’s team starts its quest for the program’s fifth national title today against Furman and Washington and Lee.
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Spider-man and Captain America @wmu____2 @JoeBee_2 pic.twitter.com/VGF6PUaGQV— East-West Shrine Bowl (@ShrineBowl) January 12, 2020