Although our sports teams are not that great, we got into the sweet 16 this year for basketball! Despite not being the best in every sport, tons of people attend the sporting events as they are loads of fun and instill a sense of school pride and honor! Also, the Intramural Leagues for soccer, football, baseball, basketball, tennis and frisbee are awesome and great ways to get exercise and have fun!
Going out to football games in the fall and basketball games in the spring are pretty popular here. However, other lesser known sports are pretty fun to watch too, like hockey. If you're not big into the mainstream ball sports, there's also rowing, gymnastics, dance groups, martial arts clubs, etc.
A glimpse of the last few seconds of the tense homecoming game against UMiami as it goes into overtime.
Ava and her friends paint their school spirit across their stomachs for homecoming and give a cheer.
Andy talks about what he enjoys most about football games and how important athletics are to UVA.
An alum gives his opinion of UVA football at the homecoming game and explains the "fourth year fifth."
Lee talks about the fun at football games and how she gets involved in athletics.
U.Va. scores a touchdown in the homecoming game against UMiami, and students sing the Good Old Song.
Walking through the crowd and listening to the cheers, a brief glimpse of the football game experience.
Evan, a first-year student, gives his impression of the enthusiasm for sports at U.Va. while at the men's soccer game.
Chris talks about the Wahooligans, a student fan group, as they cheer on men's soccer against Maryland.
Nadya comes out to support men's soccer, her favorite team, and talks about the importance of sports to school spirit.
U.Va.'s men's soccer team plays Maryland at Klockner Stadium on Halloween. Fans come out in costumes to cheer them on.
Katherine, a former field hockey player herself, debates the politics and economics that govern university athletics.
Spencer works as a marketing intern to promote fan enthusiasm with free pizza at the field hockey game.
Katie, a soccer player, comes out to support her friends playing field hockey.
The field hockey team struggles in a rainy game against Wake Forest on Parents' Weekend.
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