Virginia won its sixth NCAA lacrosse championship, beating defending champion Yale 13-9 in the national title game Monday.
Virginia Cavaliers defeat Yale Bulldogs 13-9 to win their first men’s NCAA Lacrosse National Championship since 2011 and sixth in program history.
The coach of the NCAA men’s basketball tournament champion, the Virginia Cavaliers, said that the team would “respectfully decline” an invitation to the White House.
The University of Virginia held a celebration for the team and the fans at Scott Stadium on Saturday. See photos.
A year after a humiliating tournament exit against 16-seed UMBC — followed by death threats and his open discussion of battles with anxiety — Guy was the Final Four’s most outstanding player.
The bulk of their lineup will return intact, hardened by both uplifting victory and soul-crushing defeat. They’ll be joined by a pair of top-100 prospects, and they will have the confidence of winning a series of nail-biters on college basketball’s biggest stage.
Offense has always been another, unfinished part of the story. It held the Cavaliers back from reaching the Final Four, and kept them on the wrong end of history just a year ago.
Those who want to welcome the basketball team back to Virginia can show their support on Tuesday, April 9 at the John Paul Jones Arena. A celebration will be held Saturday afternoon.
Kyle Guy made three free throws with 0.6 seconds left and Virginia pulled off its second small miracle of the NCAA Tournament, beating Auburn 63-62 Saturday to advance to the national championship game for the first time in school history.
Virginia, the first No. 1 seed to lose to a 16 seed a year ago, survived overtime and Carson Edwards’ staggering 3-point show Saturday night to make it to the Final Four for the first time since 1984.
Albeit a disappointing outcome in Cleveland, Scott Brooks’ bench came alive late in the Tuesday night matchup, competing until the final buzzer.
Virginia had blown most of a 17-point lead and appeared in trouble as the sellout crowd at Maryland implored the home team to complete the comeback. See photos.
The fifth-ranked Cavaliers got 20 points each from Kyle Guy and Ty Jerome in a 76-57 victory against George Washington on Sunday
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