Virginia Cavaliers


Virginia Cavaliers
Virginia Cavaliers
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Division NCAA Division I-A (D1)
Conférence Atlantic Coast Conference
Surnom Cavaliers
Mascotte The Cavalier
Stade de foot US Scott Stadium
(61 500 places)
Salle de basket John Paul Jones Arena
(15 219 places)
Scottstadium.jpg

Virginia Cavaliers est un club omnisports universitaire de l'Université de Virginie à Charlottesville (Virginie). Les équipes des Cavaliers participent aux compétitions universitaires organisées par la National Collegiate Athletic Association. Virginia fait partie de la division Atlantic Coast Conference.

La mascotte de l'équipe est depuis 1963 un cavalier. Avant cette date, deux chiens furent mascottes officielles : Beta, mort percuté par une automobile le 6 avril 1939, puis Seal, mort le 11 décembre 1953. En revanche, les couleurs orange et marine sont stables depuis 1888.

L'équipe masculine de basket-ball a disputé deux fois le Final Four (1981 et 1984) tandis que l'équipe masculine de football fut cinq fois championne nationale NCAA (1989, 1991, 1992, 1993 et 1994), l'équipe masculine de Crosse fut sacrée en 1952, 1970, 1972, 1999, 2003 et 2006 et l'équipe féminine de crosse le fut en 1991, 1993 et 2004.

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