It was senior day at wrestling on Grounds on Sunday, but in addition to recognizing seniors, the Cavaliers were able to welcome back one of their own. Chris Henrich (2008-11), the all-time leader in wins in Virginia wrestling history, returned to Grounds and was recognized prior to the start of Sunday’s dual meet. Henrich was a three-time All-American and two-time ACC Champion on the way to a 136-21 career record as a Cavalier. He also placed three times at the NCAA Championships, including a career-best third-place finish in his junior campaign.

#LookHoosBack II

This past weekend, #UVASB second-year head coach Joanna Hardin returned to her old stomping grounds. Hardin was the head coach at McNeese from 2015-16, which was the host site for the Cowgirl Classic tournament that the Cavaliers were playing in. KPLC-TV did a story on Hardin’s return.


Former #UVAMSOC standout Edward Opoku scored his first goal as a member of the #MLS Columbus Crew in a preseason friendly on Saturday night. The Black & Gold defeated Japanese-side Iwaki FC, 5-3 in the finale of the Pacific Rim Cup at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu, Hawaii. Check out the goal here. You can also listen to an interview with Opoku here.


On Friday night, ESPN sideline reporter @MariaTaylor took time to speak with student-athletes interested in broadcasting and journalism about her profession.