Everyday is a good day to be a ‘Hoo, but for several alums, yesterday was a particularly good day. First, former #UVAWSoccer standout Brittany Radcliffe signed with the Boston Breakers, the team that had selected her at No. 17 overall in the 2016 NWSL College Draft. “It has been good to watch Brittany grow over the past few weeks. She is an out and out winger who can finish as well,” Boston Breakers head coach Matt Beard said in this release issued by the team. The Breakers begin their season on Friday on the road at the Washington Spirit.

Former #UVAMTennis player @dominglot won his opening round doubles match Monday at the Monte Carlo Rolex Masters. Inglot is playing with a new partner, World No. 2 Andy Murray.

There have been a lot of good days recently for former #UVAMBB player @JusAnderson1. The Mavs rookie has worked his way into the starting lineup. He had a double-double on Friday night against the Memphis Grizzlies, but what is more important to the extremely team-first player is that last night his Mavericks clinched a spot in the NBA playoffs.


On the eve of today’s #GivingToHoosDay, the Virginia Athletics Foundation social tour kicked off on Monday night in Roanoke. The socials will be held in a variety of locations throughout Virginia and the mid-Atlantic between now and the end of May. Click here to see when they might be coming to your area and which UVA coaches and players will be attending.