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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Justin Anderson
The loss is the second straight for Virginia this week and spoiled the Green Bay homecoming for Cavaliers coach Tony Bennett.
Brian Wardle called it the biggest home win for the Phoenix (5-2) in his fourth year as coach of the mid-major program, which knocked off one of the top teams in the expanded Atlantic Coast Conference.
Joe Harris scored 20 points and Virginia scored 23 unanswered in the first half Tuesday night in a 69-40 victory against Hampton.
MIke Tobey scores 18 points as the Cavaliers improve to 2-1 on the season.
Walk around Colts training camp, and it's like taking a trip around the world.
Roy Devyn Marble scored 24 points and Iowa ended Virginia's 19-game home winning streak with a 75-64 victory in the NIT quarterfinals Wednesday night, earning the Hawkeyes a trip to Madison Square Garden.
Justin Anderson scored 15 points, including four key free throws in the final minutes, and Virginia overcame a sloppy offensive performance to beat Norfolk State 67-56 in the first round of the NIT on Tuesday night.
Mike Tobey's tip-in with 1:46 to play in overtime gave Virginia the lead and it held on to beat Maryland 61-58, giving the Cavaliers what they hope will be a push back into the field in the minds of bracketologists around the country.
Joe Harris scored 22 points, and Virginia showed its flexibility with an uncharacteristic lights-out shooting performance in an 80-69 victory over Maryland on Sunday.
Akil Mitchell added 14 points for Virginia, including an 18-foot jumper that put them ahead to stay, as the second-stingiest defense in the country put the clamps on.
Michael Douglas was among spectators Wednesday as an appeals court panel heard attorneys argue whether his son was treated too harshly when he was sent to prison for nearly 10 years for drug crimes.
Akil Mitchell has a new ally in his search for steady confidence: leadership.
George Mason guard Bryon Allen hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with just over a minute remaining, then made two free throws to seal a 63-59 victory over Virginia on Friday.
Nothing went too slow during Keith Bowers' first year at Maryland.
Andrew Luck drew praise from his new coach, his new team owner and the usually reserved Tony Dungy after his first full-speed workout.
"Tonight was probably the biggest game I've played in all year," said Anderson, whose previous high of 18 points came in
"Extraordinary cases require extraordinary sentences," Anderson said.