UVA continued its efforts to rebuild a roster that will be losing four seniors this upcoming year by securing a commitment from 2016 power forward Jay Huff. The North Carolina native will be Tony Bennett and Co.’s fourth commitment for the class of 2016, joining Kyle Guy, Sacha Killey-Jones, and Ty Jerome.
UVA’s most recent verbal commitment is somewhat of an enigma, as there...
In the first half of their first ACC tournament game, No. 3 Virginia looked like a team to be reckoned with, like most would expected from the Number One seed. In the second half? Not so Much.
UVA took on the ninth seed Florida State Thursday afternoon and survived a second half FSU run to win and advance 58-44. Justin Anderson made his first appearance since his hand injury back...
GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) Mike Tobey and Evan Nolte each scored 11 points and No. 3 Virginia held on to beat Florida State 58-44 on Thursday in the Atlantic Coast Conference quarterfinals.
Malcolm Brodgon scored all 10 of his points in the second half for the top-seeded and defending tournament champion Cavaliers (29-2). They will face No. 19 North Carolina in the semifinals.
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March 12, 2015
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) Two Virginia basketball players have been suspended for the Cavaliers' season-opener and two preseason scrimmages for violating team rules over the summer.
Coach Tony Bennett announced the suspensions of junior forward Evan Nolte and sophomore guard London Perrantes on Friday.
Nolte averaged 2.8 points off the bench last season and Perrantes averaged 5...
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November 07, 2014
Virginia Cavalier forward Evan Nolte is going down in mug shot history. Nolte was arrested early Sunday morning and was charged with being drunk in public. Here is what the police report says according to News Plex.
According to a police report, Nolte told an officer he had about 8 drinks.
Police say the officer tried to put Nolte into a taxi but Nolte got out of the car and ran...
Send to KindleThe proverbial ogling for the 16-seed who will eventually knock off the 1-seed was front row and center Friday night in Raleigh. First, Coastal Carolina’s Chanticleers under veteran head coach Cliff Ellis were not a 16-seed. CCU proved this in the first half of this game as the Chants took the lead at 19-17 on a spin by Josh Cameron with 9:04 to play in the first...