Led by Malcolm Brogdon, the Cavaliers earned a gutsy road win at Pittsburgh Sunday afternoon. With the game tied at 45 with 4 seconds to play, Brogdon drilled a long range three that sailed through the net with 0.1 seconds to play. Virginia is now 8-1 in the ACC and 17-5 overall, the best start in ACC play since 1983. Virginia will play Boston College Wednesday night at 7 at the John Paul Jones Arena. Coverage on WINA will begin at 6:30.
UVA won a Saturday double header over Pittsburgh Saturday, and racked up its 28th and 29th victories of the baseball season.
UVA has now managed to have one of its football players drafted by an NFL team for 33 years.
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