"Every day isn't just practice, we treat it like a game and as if we're facing the best team in the country."@UVABaseball is back at The Dish this fall and they are deep, talented and have one thing on their mind: Omaha. https://t.co/xFzkPbdoRT#GoHoos pic.twitter.com/0ofch9gAR5
— Preston Willett (@PrestonWillett) November 5, 2020
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Thursday, Nov. 5, 2020
Preston Willett of CBS19 checks in on @UVABaseball as the team wraps up Fall Ball.
"I’m at a peace with it. I thought it was just time to turn away from the game.”
Charlottesville native and former #UVaBase player Mike Cubbage looks back on his 50 years in professional baseball and explains why now was the right time to retire. https://t.co/pEUt747iiD pic.twitter.com/I4jzEC0BGP
— Cavalier Insider (@cavalierinsider) November 4, 2020
Bennett Conlin of the Daily Progress checks in with @UVABaseball alum Mike Cubbage after he wraps up his long and illustrious baseball career.
First-year Emma Navarro won her first-round match vs. world No. 109 Anna-Lena Freidsam at the ITF W100 in Charleston!
— Virginia Women's Tennis (@UVAWomensTennis) November 5, 2020
Emma Navarro, an incoming member of the Virginia women’s tennis team, opened play at the ITF W100 in Charleston, S.C., on Wednesday with a big win as she took down world No. 109 Anna-Lena Freidsam of German in a three-set battle. After dropping a first-set tiebreak, Navarro came back to win the second and third sets to claim the victory 6-7 (4), 6-4, 6-3. She will now face fellow American Claire Liu in second round action today.