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Thursday, April 30, 2020
Life update: I’m in it for the long ‘Hall’ @brycehall11, You make it so easy to say yes to you for the rest of my life ❤️ —————————— Special shoutout to @averymullaney @laurel_i12 @catesby_willis for making this all possible 💕
A post shared by Zel (@anzelviljoen) on Apr 29, 2020 at 5:21pm PDT
Huge congratulations to @UVAFootball’s Bryce Hall and @UVAFieldHockey’s Anzel Viljoen who got engaged in a socially-distant moment shared by some friends and teammates on Grounds yesterday. You can watch the moment on the second slide of the Instagram post above. In addition to being an All-Region player for the field hockey team, Viljoen was also UVA’s 2019-20 SAAC President. Hall was selected in the fifth round of last week’s NFL Draft byt the New York Jets.
Look Hoos Talking
For once, it is one of our former athletes asking the questions instead of answering them. In some absolute MUST SEE TV (or at least YouTube), former Cavalier Ryan Zimmerman scores the ultimate A-List interview, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Former Cavalier pitcher Chris Marinak, who is the current Executive Vice President, Strategy, Technology/Innovation at MLB, is hopeful to play close to a full season in 2020. More in this article in the Daily News Record.
Believe it or not, sports are still happening, or about to happen, in some parts of the world. Former Cavalier pitcher Tyler Wilson happens to be in one of those parts of the world, South Korea, where the baseball season is set to begin next week. The former Oriole reliever spoke with NBC Washington about his upcoming season.