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2018 Schedule
31-3, 1st in ACC
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15dJeff Goodman

Virginia lands Alabama transfer Braxton Key

Alabama forward Braxton Key told ESPN he is transferring to Virginia. He will sit out this season and then have two years of eligibility remaining.

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20dJonathan Givony

NBA Global Academy grads off to UVa, UNLV

Francisco Caffaro and Jonathan Tchamwa Tchatchoua are the first NBA Global Academy graduates to commit to NCAA schools (Virginia and UNLV, respectively).

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28dMyron Medcalf

NBA draft departures shake up Way-Too-Early Top 25

The deadline for early entrants to declare for the NBA draft has passed, so it's time to re-evaluate the early top 25 for 2018-19. With so many players testing the waters yet not signing with an agent, it's more art than science.

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48dMyron Medcalf

Hoops royalty leads Way-Too-Early Top 25

Villanova reigns as national champion. How does the field stack up for next season? Here's your first look at the best of the best for next season.

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UVa's Bennett gets AP men's coaching honor

Virginia coach Tony Bennett, who guided the Cavaliers to a 31-3 overall record this season, including a 17-1 mark in the ACC, was named AP men's coach of the year.


Campus Conversation Basketball: Rece Davis on Wild Weekend

Jeff Goodman & Rece Davis look back on a crazy first weekend of the Tournament (1:08), look ahead to the regional semis (23:16), examine some coaching moves (31:52) and more. Plus, "Talk Nerdy To Me" shares analytical perspectives on what to expect moving forward (26:35).

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65dRyan McGee

UMBC, Virginia and the night the impossible happened

Sure, it could happen. A No. 16 could beat a No. 1. But would it ever really, actually, truly happen? Yes, it finally did. No. 16 UMBC beat No. 1 Virginia in the most improbable, do-you-believe-that-just-happened upset in NCAA tournament history.

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65dDavid Purdum

$800 wager on UMBC victory nets bettor $16K

UMBC's historic win over No. 1 Virginia was the second-largest upset by point-spread standards since the NCAA tournament field expanded in 1985.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

How the landscape of the South Region shifted over the last few hours:

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Virginia's pre-game chance to win was 98.5%, per BPI.

Farnham compares UMBC's upset to 'Miracle on Ice' (2:24)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

How quickly Virginia's title hopes plummeted:


No. 16 UMBC stuns No. 1 Virginia 74-54 to make NCAA history

Senior guard Jairus Lyles scored 28 points, and the University of Maryland-Baltimore County pulled off the most shocking upset in NCAA Tournament history, defeating Virginia 75-54 on Friday night to become the first No. 16 seed ever to beat a No. 1 seed.

Paul Sabin ESPN Analytics 

A lot of things to say after that Virginia stunner. After UMBC, Cincinnati should be the 2nd happiest team today. The Bearcats started the day as 5th most likely to win the National Championship and are now 2nd after Villanova per espn.com/bpi .

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

UMBC has done it, becoming the first 16-seed to upset a No. 1 in Virginia. The Retrievers closed as 20.5-point underdogs in Las Vegas sportbooks, making it the second-biggest upset by pointspread since 1985.

John Gasaway ESPN Insider 

History was made, but it's even more shocking than that. The impossible happened. No. 16 seed UMBC beat top overall seed Virginia, and it wasn't even close: 74-54. Before tonight, No. 16 seeds were 0-135 against No. 1 seeds. Now, you can make that 1-135. The Retrievers, amazingly and incredibly, stand alone.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

UMBC is up to 99.8% chance to win. Just like the Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

Team Stats

Points Per Game67.1314th
Rebounds Per Game32.4320th
Assists Per Game13.5182nd
Points Allowed54.01st

Tournament History

Final Fours2
Tournament Record29-21
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances21