In her brief time at Fredericksburg Christian School, Kyla McIntyre made quite an early impact on the volleyball court. She’s now doing the sa…
After two difficult years, TyJuan Garbutt is back in a familiar spot.
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When Nick Grant returns home to Spotsylvania County, the University of Virginia starting cornerback links up with a current and former rival.
A Friday evening last month changed the trajectory of the recruiting process for James Monroe junior football standout Aidan Ryan.
After its third consecutive road loss, Virginia coaches and players spoke to the media Monday afternoon. Bronco Mendenhall’s initial remarks were followed by Bryce Perkins, Victor Oluwatimi, Nick Grant and Noah Taylor.
CHARLOTTESVILLE—The phone call Nick Grant got from his fallen teammate, Bryce Hall, last week wasn’t unexpected. The message was.
Before Virginia’s defense went onto the field for the final series of Saturday night’s home game against Florida State, cornerback Bryce Hall had a message for his teammates.
After just one of last season’s three graduate transfers panned out, Virginia football coach Bronco Mendenhall made sure he did his homework when scouring the nation for this fall’s crop.
Virginia cornerback Nick Grant said he and senior Joe Reed are best friends and locker mates, and he said he can always tell when his friend is about to take a kickoff to the house.
Virginia cornerback Nick Grant swears up and down that he told anyone who would listen the last couple of years that he was going to turn his first career interception into a touchdown.
Virginia cornerback Jaylon Baker was not one of the 13 true freshmen who appeared in a game last season.
Freshman defensive lineman Jowon Briggs is the highest rated recruit Virginia football coach Bronco Mendenhall has landed in Charlottesville, but he’s also quite the accomplished thespian and musician.
The 2019–20 college sports season is almost here, and a couple of former local soccer players are already looking good.
Sophomore Heskin Smith and redshirt freshman Jaylon Baker are in contention with Darrius Bratton, Nick Grant and Germane Crowell to start at cornerback opposite Bryce Hall.
The Virginia football team is coming off its first eight-win season since 2011 and a dominant performance in the Belk Bowl against South Carolina. Add to that the Cavaliers’ highest-rated recruiting class since 2014 and it’s easy to see how expectations in Charlottesville are at a level unmatched by any UVa football team in the past decade.
CHARLOTTESVILLE—Count rising junior cornerback Nick Grant among the Virginia players who didn’t know what to expect when, in 2015, head coach …
When Virginia finished 2-10 in Bronco Mendenhall's first season on Grounds, doubt began to permeate the locker room. Some players transferred. Rumors swirled around others. Grant remembers speculation about his future in his hometown paper, but he never wavered thanks, in part, to a saying his high school coach, JC Hall, ended every practice with: No excuses, be coachable and play with a passion.
Saturday’s spring game will be the first chance for fans to see those competitions take shape in a live setting. The game kicks off at 1 p.m. in Scott Stadium. Here’s a look at the top five position battles to keep an eye on.
UVa’s 2016 class still stands at 24 members (Florida three-star running back Laderrien Wilson de-committed on Jan. 7), but that doesn’t mean little has been done on the road.
Courtland senior football standout Nick Grant said Wednesday that he remains committed to the University of Virginia—for now.
Bronco Mendenhall’s commitment to his soon-to-be old team isn’t entirely rare but it is causing him to wear a variety of hats at once.