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Virginia Cavaliers
2016–17 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team
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University University of Virginia
First season 1905–06
All-time record 1566–1162–1 (.574)
Conference ACC
Location Charlottesville, VA
Head coach Tony Bennett (8th year)
Arena John Paul Jones Arena
(Capacity: 14,593)
Nickname Cavaliers (official)
Wahoos (unofficial)
Student section Hoo Crew
Colors Orange and Blue[1]
         
Uniforms
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Away jersey
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NCAA Tournament Final Four
1981, 1984
NCAA Tournament Elite Eight
1981, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1995, 2016
NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2014, 2016
NCAA Tournament Round of 32
1976, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2007, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
NCAA Tournament appearances
1976, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2007, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017
Conference tournament champions
1976, 2014
Conference regular season champions
SoCon: 1922
ACC: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2014, 2015

The Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball program represents the University of Virginia in the Atlantic Coast Conference in Division I of the NCAA. The team is coached by Tony Bennett. Since 2006, the team has played at John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Virginia, seating 14,593 and the largest arena in the state of Virginia.

The Cavaliers have experienced a resurgence in the 2010s under Bennett, finishing first in the ACC regular season standings in both 2013–14 and 2014–15, and have won or shared seven ACC season titles overall, behind only North Carolina and Duke. Virginia won the 1976 ACC Tournament and 2014 ACC Tournament, and were Runners-Up of the 1977, 1982, 1983, 1990, 1994, and 2016 ACC Tournaments.

The Wahoos, as they are unofficially known, have appeared in the NCAA Tournament twenty-one times, with six Elite Eight appearances (1981, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1995, 2016). Their most successful results were in the 1981 and 1984 Final Fours; in the former, they won the final NCAA third place game, against No. 1 LSU. In their recent renaissance under Bennett, they have tallied Sweet Sixteen appearances in 2014 and 2016, reaching the Elite Eight in the latter. The Cavaliers also won the NIT Tournaments of 1980 and 1992.

As of May 2017, Virginia has been ranked in every AP Poll of the last 3 years, 3 months, 3 weeks and 4 days—the longest current ranking streak of any ACC program and best in school history.[2][3]

Statistics[edit]

Overall[4]
Years of basketball 112
First season 1905–06
Head coaches (all-time) 11
All Games[4]
All-time record 1566–1162–1 (.574)
20+ win seasons 23 (1928, 1972, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1995, 2001, 2007, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017)
30+ win seasons 3 (1982, 2014, 2015)
Home Games[4]
John Paul Jones Arena (2006–present) 150–40 (.789)
University Hall (1965–2006) 402–143 (.738)
Memorial Gymnasium (1924–1965) 279–157 (.640)
Fayerweather Gymnasium (1905–1924) 134–19 (.876)
Conference Games[4]
Southern Conference Record (1921–1937) 73–79 (.480)
SoCon Regular Season Championship 1 (1922)
ACC Record (1953–present) 412–521 (.442)
ACC Regular Season Championships 7 (1981, 1982, 1983, 1995, 2007, 2014, 2015)
ACC Tournament Championships 2 (1976, 2014)
ACC Players of the Year 5 (Parkhill 1972; Sampson 1981, 1982, 1983; Brogdon 2016)
NCAA Tournament
NCAA Appearances 21
NCAA W–L record 29–21 (.580)
Sweet Sixteen 9 (1981, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1993, 1995, 2014, 2016)
Elite Eight 6 (1981, 1983, 1984, 1989, 1995, 2016)
Final Four 2 (1981, 1984)
National Invitation Tournament
NIT Appearances 13
NIT W–L record 17–11 (.607)
NIT Championships 2 (1980, 1992)
Accurate as of March 18, 2017

Individual honors[edit]

Notable alumni[edit]

Members of the Hoo Crew cheering for their Virginia Cavaliers at a Virginia basketball game in January 2006.
Name Position Year Notes
Alexander, CoryCory Alexander PG 1995 1995 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—San Antonio Spurs (29th), Denver Nuggets, Orlando Magic, Charlotte Bobcats
Anderson, JustinJustin Anderson G 2015 2015 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Dallas Mavericks (21st)
Atkins, DarionDarion Atkins F 2015 San Antonio Spurs, New York Knicks
Brogdon, MalcolmMalcolm Brogdon G 2016 2016 NBA draft 2nd Round Pick–Milwaukee Bucks (36th)
Burrough, JuniorJunior Burrough SF 1995 Boston Celtics, Charlotte Hornets
Busch, HerbHerb Busch C 1959 New York Knicks
Carlisle, RickRick Carlisle PG 1984 Player: Boston Celtics, New York Knicks, New Jersey Nets; Coach: Dallas Mavericks, Indiana Pacers
Castellan, SteveSteve Castellan C 1979 Boston Celtics
Crotty, JohnJohn Crotty PG 1991 Charlotte Hornets, Utah Jazz, Cleveland Cavaliers, Miami Heat, Portland Trail Blazers, Seattle SuperSonics, Detroit Pistons
DeWitt, FrankFrank DeWitt F 1972 Buffalo Braves
Edelin, KentonKenton Edelin C 1984 Indiana Pacers
Farrakhan Jr., MustaphaMustapha Farrakhan Jr. G 2011 Bakersfield Jam
Gerard, GusGus Gerard C 1974 Carolina Cougars, St Louis Spirits, Denver Nuggets, Buffalo Braves, Detroit Pistons, Kansas City Kings, San Antonio Spurs
Gill, AnthonyAnthony Gill F 2016 MHP Riesen Ludwigsburg
Harris, JoeJoe Harris G 2014 2014 NBA draft 2nd Round Pick—Cleveland Cavaliers (33rd), Canton Charge, Brooklyn Nets
Iavaroni, MarcMarc Iavaroni PF 1978 Player: New York Knicks, Portland Trail Blazers, Philadelphia 76ers, San Antonio Spurs, Utah Jazz; Coach: Memphis Grizzlies
Jones, JeffJeff Jones PG 1982 Player: Indiana Pacers, Golden State Warriors; Coach: Virginia, American, Old Dominion
Kennedy, AndrewAndrew Kennedy F 1987 Philadelphia 76ers
Lamp, JeffJeff Lamp SG 1981 1981 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Portland Trail Blazers (5th), Indiana Pacers, Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Lakers, San Antonio Spurs
Langloh, BillBill Langloh G 1977 Boston Celtics
Lattimore, LewisLewis Lattimore F 1981 Milwaukee Bucks
Mason, RogerRoger Mason SG 2002 Chicago Bulls, Toronto Raptors, Washington Wizards, San Antonio Spurs, Currently a member of the New York Knicks
McCandlish, ScottScott McCandlish C 1972 Portland Trail Blazers
Miller, JimJim Miller F 1985 Utah Jazz
Mitchell, AkilAkil Mitchell F 2014 Houston Rockets, Rio Grande Valley Vipers, Olympique Antibes
Parker, CornelCornel Parker G 1994 Golden State Warriors
Parkhill, BarryBarry Parkhill G 1973 1973 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Portland Trail Blazers (15th), Virginia Squires, St Louis Spirits
Polynice, OldenOlden Polynice C 1987 1987 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Chicago Bulls (11th), Seattle SuperSonics, Los Angeles Clippers, Detroit Pistons, Sacramento Kings, Utah Jazz, Philadelphia 76ers
Raker, LeeLee Raker F 1981 San Diego Clippers
Robinson, CraigCraig Robinson F 1983 Boston Celtics
Robinson, JamalJamal Robinson SF/SG 1997 Portland Trail Blazers, Miami Heat
Sampson, RalphRalph Sampson C 1983 1983 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Houston Rockets (1st), Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings, Washington Bullets
Scott, MikeMike Scott PF 2012 2012 NBA draft 2nd Round Pick—Atlanta Hawks (43rd)
Sheehey, TomTom Sheehey F 1987 Boston Celtics, Chicago Bulls
Singletary, SeanSean Singletary PG 2008 2008 NBA draft 2nd Round Pick—Sacramento Kings (42nd), Phoenix Suns, Charlotte Bobcats
Staples, CurtisCurtis Staples SG 1998 Player: United States men's national basketball team (1997 Summer Universiade); Coach: Virginia Episcopal School
Stith, BryantBryant Stith SF 1992 1992 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Denver Nuggets (13th), Boston Celtics, Cleveland Cavaliers, Los Angeles Clippers
Stokes, RickyRicky Stokes PG 1984 Coach: Virginia Tech, East Carolina
Tobey, MikeMike Tobey C 2016 Charlotte Hornets
Walker, WallyWally Walker SF 1976 1976 NBA draft 1st Round Pick—Portland Trail Blazers (5th), Seattle SuperSonics, Houston Rockets
Wilkinson, BuzzyBuzzy Wilkinson G 1955 Boston Celtics
Wilson, OthellOthell Wilson PG 1984 Golden State Warriors, Sacramento Kings

National honors[edit]

University Hall, UVA's home court from 1965 until 2006
Ralph Sampson, Virginia's most decorated player
Naismith College Player of the Year
1981 Ralph Sampson
1982 Ralph Sampson
1983 Ralph Sampson
Oscar Robertson Trophy
1981 Ralph Sampson
1982 Ralph Sampson
1983 Ralph Sampson
John R. Wooden Award
1982 Ralph Sampson
1983 Ralph Sampson
Adolph Rupp Trophy
1981 Ralph Sampson
1982 Ralph Sampson
1983 Ralph Sampson
NABC Defensive Player of the Year
2016 Malcolm Brogdon
Lefty Driesell Award
2015 Darion Atkins
All-American
1915 William Strickling
1955 Buzzy Wilkinson
1972 Barry Parkhill
1973 Barry Parkhill
1980 Jeff Lamp
1980 Ralph Sampson
1981 Jeff Lamp
1981 Ralph Sampson*
1982 Ralph Sampson*
1983 Ralph Sampson*
2008 Sean Singletary**
2012 Mike Scott
2015 Malcolm Brogdon
2015 Justin Anderson
2016 Malcolm Brogdon*
Academic All-American
1973 Jim Hobgood
1976 Wally Walker
1980 Lee Raker
1981 Jeff Lamp
1981 Lee Raker
^* Consensus First-Team All-American.
^** AP Honorable-Mention All-American.

Retired numbers[edit]

Malcolm Brogdon is the most recent Cavalier to have his number retired.

The Cavaliers have retired eight numbers to date:[5]

Virginia Cavaliers retired numbers
No. Player Pos. Career
3 Lamp, JeffJeff Lamp SG 1977–81
14 Wilkinson, BuzzyBuzzy Wilkinson G 1951–54
15 Brogdon, MalcolmMalcolm Brogdon G 2011–16
20 Stith, BryantBryant Stith SG 1988–92
40 Parkhill, BarryBarry Parkhill G 1969–73
41 Walker, WallyWally Walker F 1972–76
44 Singletary, SeanSean Singletary PG 2004–08
50 Sampson, RalphRalph Sampson C 1979–83

Retired jerseys[edit]

The University of Virginia's athletic department has issued the following statement distinguishing "retired jerseys" from "retired numbers": "Jersey retirement honors Virginia players who have significantly impacted the program. Individuals recognized in this way will have their jerseys retired, but their number will remain active."[6]

Coaches[edit]

Memorial Gym, UVA's home court from 1924 until 1965
Head Coach Years Win–Loss Pct.
Lannigan, HenryHenry Lannigan 1905–29 254–95–1 .727
Randall, RoyRoy Randall 1929–30 3–12 .200
Tebell, GusGus Tebell 1930–51 241–190 .559
Male, Evan "Bus"Evan "Bus" Male 1951–57 67–88 .432
McCann, BillyBilly McCann 1957–63 40–106 .274
Gibson, BillBill Gibson 1963–74 120–158 .432
Holland, TerryTerry Holland 1974–90 326–173 .653
Jones, JeffJeff Jones 1990–98 146–104 .584
Gillen, PetePete Gillen 1998–2005 118–93 .559
Leitao, DaveDave Leitao 2005–09 63–60 .512
Bennett, TonyTony Bennett 2009–present 188–83 .694

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Postseason[edit]

NCAA tournament results[edit]

The Cavaliers have appeared in the NCAA Tournament twenty one times. Their combined record is 29–21.

Year Seed/Region Round Opponent Result
1976 East First Round DePaul L 60–69
1981 #1 East Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
National Third Place
#9 Villanova
#4 Tennessee
#6 BYU
#2 (W) North Carolina
#1 (MW) LSU
W 54–40
W 62–48
W 74–60
L 65–78
W 78–74
1982 #1 Mideast Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#9 Tennessee
#4 UAB
W 54–51
L 66–68
1983 #1 West Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#8 Washington State
#4 Boston College
#6 NC State
W 54–49
W 95–92
L 62–63
1984 #7 East First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
Final Four
#10 Iona
#2 Arkansas
#3 Syracuse
#4 Indiana
#2 (MW) Houston
W 58–57
W 53–51OT
W 63–55
W 50–48
L 47–49OT
1986 #5 East First Round #12 DePaul L 68–72
1987 #5 West First Round #12 Wyoming L 60–64
1989 #5 Southeast First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#12 Providence
#13 Middle Tennessee
#1 Oklahoma
#3 Michigan
W 100–97
W 104–88
W 86–80
L 65–102
1990 #7 Southeast First Round
Second Round
#10 Notre Dame
#2 Syracuse
W 75–67
L 61–63
1991 #7 West First Round #10 BYU L 48–61
1993 #6 East First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
#11 Manhattan
#3 Massachusetts
#2 Cincinnati
W 78–66
W 71–56
L 54–71
1994 #7 West First Round
Second Round
#10 New Mexico
#2 Arizona
W 57–54
L 58–71
1995 #4 Midwest First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#13 Nicholls State
#12 Miami (OH)
#1 Kansas
#2 Arkansas
W 96–72
W 60–54OT
W 67–58
L 61–68
1997 #9 West First Round #8 Iowa L 60–73
2001 #5 South First Round #12 Gonzaga L 85–86
2007 #4 South First Round
Second Round
#13 Albany
#5 Tennessee
W 84–57
L 74–77
2012 #10 West Second Round #7 Florida L 45–71
2014 #1 East Second Round
Third Round
Sweet Sixteen
#16 Coastal Carolina
#8 Memphis
#4 Michigan State
W 70–59
W 78–60
L 59–61
2015 #2 East Second Round
Third Round
#15 Belmont
#7 Michigan State
W 79–67
L 54–60
2016 #1 Midwest First Round
Second Round
Sweet Sixteen
Elite Eight
#16 Hampton
#9 Butler
#4 Iowa State
#10 Syracuse
W 81–45
W 77–69
W 84–71
L 62–68
2017 #5 East First Round
Second Round
#12 UNC Wilmington
#4 Florida
W 76–71
L 39–65

NIT results[edit]

The Cavaliers have appeared in the National Invitation Tournament (NIT) 13 times. Their combined record is 17–11. They were NIT champions in 1980 and 1992.

Year Round Opponent Result
1941 Quarterfinals CCNY L 35–64
1972 First Round Lafayette L 71–72
1978 First Round Georgetown L 68–70OT
1979 First Round
Second Round
Northeast Louisiana
Alabama
W 79–78
L 88–90
1980 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Lafayette
Boston College
Michigan
UNLV
Minnesota
W 67–56
W 57–55
W 79–68
W 90–71
W 58–55
1985 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
West Virginia
Saint Joseph's
Tennessee
W 56–55
W 68–61
L 54–61
1992 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Finals
Villanova
Tennessee
New Mexico
Florida
Notre Dame
W 83–80
W 77–52
W 76–71
W 62–56
W 81–76OT
2000 First Round Georgetown L 111–1153OT
2002 First Round South Carolina L 74–67
2003 First Round
Second Round
Brown
St. John's
W 89–73
L 63–73
2004 First Round
Second Round
George Washington
Villanova
W 79–66
L 63–73
2006 Opening Round Stanford L 49–65
2013 First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinals
Norfolk State
St. John's
Iowa
W 67–56
W 68–50
L 64–75

CBI results[edit]

The Cavaliers have appeared in the College Basketball Invitational (CBI) once, in 2008. Their record is 2–1.

Year Seed Round Opponent Result
2008 #1 First Round
Quarterfinals
Semifinals
Richmond
Old Dominion
Bradley
W 66–64
W 80–76
L 85–96

Yearly records[edit]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
Henry Lannigan (Independent) (1905–1907)
1905–06 Henry Lannigan 8–2
1906–07 Henry Lannigan 5–3
Henry Lannigan (South Atlantic Intercollegiate Athletic Association) (1907–1921)
1907–08 Henry Lannigan 5–5
1908–09 Henry Lannigan 6–3
1909–10 Henry Lannigan 12–4
1910–11 Henry Lannigan 10–5
1911–12 Henry Lannigan 7–4
1912–13 Henry Lannigan 11–4
1913–14 Henry Lannigan 12–1–1
1914–15 Henry Lannigan 17–0
1915–16 Henry Lannigan 11–2
1916–17 Henry Lannigan 7–5
1917–18 Henry Lannigan 7–1
1918–19 Henry Lannigan 11–4
1919–20 Henry Lannigan 10–3
1920–21 Henry Lannigan 13–5
Henry Lannigan (Southern Conference) (1921–1929)
1921–22 Henry Lannigan 17–1 5–0
1922–23 Henry Lannigan 12–5 1–3
1923–24 Henry Lannigan 12–3 3–2
1924–25 Henry Lannigan 14–3 4–2
1925–26 Henry Lannigan 9–6 4–4
1926–27 Henry Lannigan 9–10 5–7
1927–28 Henry Lannigan 20–6 10–5
1928–29 Henry Lannigan 9–10 5–7
Henry Lannigan: 254–95–1 (.727)
Roy Randall (Southern Conference) (1929–1930)
1929–30 Roy Randall 3–12 2–8
Roy Randall: 3–12 (.200)
Gus Tebell (Southern Conference) (1930–1937)
1930–31 Gus Tebell 11–9 5–6
1931–32 Gus Tebell 13–8 6–3
1932–33 Gus Tebell 12–6 5–3
1933–34 Gus Tebell 7–11 1–9
1934–35 Gus Tebell 13–9 7–5
1935–36 Gus Tebell 11–13 4–8
1936–37 Gus Tebell 9–10 6–7
Gus Tebell (Independent) (1937–1951)
1937–38 Gus Tebell 6–10
1938–39 Gus Tebell 15–5
1939–40 Gus Tebell 16–5
1940–41 Gus Tebell 18–6
1941–42 Gus Tebell 7–10 NIT Quarterfinals
1942–43 Gus Tebell 8–13
1943–44 Gus Tebell 11–8
1944–45 Gus Tebell 13–4
1945–46 Gus Tebell 12–5
1946–47 Gus Tebell 10–11
1947–48 Gus Tebell 16–10
1948–49 Gus Tebell 13–10
1949–50 Gus Tebell 12–13
1950–51 Gus Tebell 8–14
Gus Tebell: 241–190 (.559)
Evan Male (Independent) (1951–1953)
1951–52 Evan Male 11–13
1952–53 Evan Male 10–13
Evan Male (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1953–1957)
1953–54 Evan Male 16–11 1–4 7th
1954–55 Evan Male 14–15 5–9 6th
1955–56 Evan Male 10–17 3–11 7th
1956–57 Evan Male 6–19 3–11 7th
Evan Male: 67–88 (.432) 12–35 (.255)
Billy McCann (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1957–1963)
1957–58 Billy McCann 10–13 6–8 5th
1958–59 Billy McCann 11–14 6–8 5th
1959–60 Billy McCann 6–18 1–13 8th
1960–61 Billy McCann 3–23 2–12 8th
1961–62 Billy McCann 5–18 2–12 8th
1962–63 Billy McCann 5–20 3–11 8th
Billy McCann: 40–106 (.274) 20–64 (.238)
Bill Gibson (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1963–1974)
1963–64 Bill Gibson 8–16 4–10 7th
1964–65 Bill Gibson 7–18 3–11 7th
1965–66 Bill Gibson 7–15 4–10 7th
1966–67 Bill Gibson 9–17 4–10 7th
1967–68 Bill Gibson 9–16 5–9 5th
1968–69 Bill Gibson 10–15 5–9 6th
1969–70 Bill Gibson 10–15 3–11 7th
1970–71 Bill Gibson 15–11 6–8 5th
1971–72 Bill Gibson 21–7 8–4 3rd NIT First Round
1972–73 Bill Gibson 13–12 4–8 5th
1973–74 Bill Gibson 11–16 4–8 4th
Bill Gibson: 120–158 (.432) 50–98 (.338)
Terry Holland (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1974–1990)
1974–75 Terry Holland 12–13 4–8 5th
1975–76 Terry Holland 18–12 4–8 6th NCAA First Round
1976–77 Terry Holland 12–17 2–10 7th
1977–78 Terry Holland 20–8 6–6 4th NIT First Round
1978–79 Terry Holland 19–10 7–5 3rd NIT Second Round
1979–80 Terry Holland 24–10 7–7 5th NIT Championship
1980–81 Terry Holland 29–4 13–1 1st NCAA Final Four
1981–82 Terry Holland 30–4 12–2 T–1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1982–83 Terry Holland 29–5 12–2 T–1st NCAA Elite Eight
1983–84 Terry Holland 21–12 6–8 6th NCAA Final Four
1984–85 Terry Holland 17–16 3–11 8th NIT Quarterfinals
1985–86 Terry Holland 19–11 7–7 5th NCAA First Round
1986–87 Terry Holland 21–10 8–6 4th NCAA First Round
1987–88 Terry Holland 13–18 5–9 6th
1988–89 Terry Holland 22–11 9–5 3rd NCAA Elite Eight
1989–90 Terry Holland 20–12 6–8 5th NCAA Second Round
Terry Holland: 326–173 (.653) 111–103 (.519)
Jeff Jones (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1990–1998)
1990–91 Jeff Jones 21–12 6–8 6th NCAA First Round
1991–92 Jeff Jones 20–13 8–8 5th NIT Championship
1992–93 Jeff Jones 21–10 9–7 5th NCAA Sweet Sixteen
1993–94 Jeff Jones 18–13 8–8 4th NCAA Second Round
1994–95 Jeff Jones 25–9 12–4 T–1st NCAA Elite Eight
1995–96 Jeff Jones 12–15 6–10 7th
1996–97 Jeff Jones 18–13 7–9 6th NCAA First Round
1997–98 Jeff Jones 11–19 3–13 9th
Jeff Jones: 146–104 (.584) 59–67 (.468)
Pete Gillen (Atlantic Coast Conference) (1998–2005)
1998–99 Pete Gillen 14–16 4–12 9th
1999–00 Pete Gillen 19–12 9–7 3rd NIT First Round
2000–01 Pete Gillen 20–9 9–7 4th NCAA First Round
2001–02 Pete Gillen 17–12 7–9 5th NIT First Round
2002–03 Pete Gillen 16–16 6–10 6th NIT Second Round
2003–04 Pete Gillen 18–13 6–10 8th NIT Second Round
2004–05 Pete Gillen 14–15 4–12 11th
Pete Gillen: 118–93 (.559) 45–67 (.402)
Dave Leitao (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2005–2009)
2005–06 Dave Leitao 15–15 7–9 7th NIT First Round
2006–07 Dave Leitao 21–11 11–5 T–1st NCAA Second Round
2007–08 Dave Leitao 17–16 5–11 10th CBI Semifinals
2008–09 Dave Leitao 10–18 4–12 11th
Dave Leitao: 63–60 (.512) 27–37 (.422)
Tony Bennett (Atlantic Coast Conference) (2009–present)
2009–10 Tony Bennett 15–16 5–11 9th
2010–11 Tony Bennett 16–15 7–9 8th
2011–12 Tony Bennett 22–10 9–7 4th NCAA First Round
2012–13 Tony Bennett 23–12 11–7 4th NIT Quarterfinals
2013–14 Tony Bennett 30–7 16–2 1st NCAA Sweet Sixteen
2014–15 Tony Bennett 30–4 16–2 1st NCAA Third Round
2015–16 Tony Bennett 29–8 13–5 2nd NCAA Elite Eight
2016–17 Tony Bennett 23–11 11–7 T–5th NCAA Second Round
Tony Bennett: 188–83 (.694) 88–50 (.638)
Total: 1566–1162–1 (.574)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "University of Virginia Current Logo Sheet" (PDF). 2016-07-29. Retrieved 2017-01-27. 
  2. ^ Current AP Top 25 Poll Streaks, accessed January 29, 2017
  3. ^ Virginia Top 25 Poll Streaks, accessed January 29, 2017
  4. ^ a b c d "2014–15 Virginia Men's Basketball Factbook" (PDF). VIRGINIASPORTS.COM – The University of Virginia Official Athletic Site. pp. 52–53. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 
  5. ^ "Malcolm Brogdon's Number To Be Retired" (Press release). Virginia Cavaliers. December 15, 2016. Retrieved December 15, 2016. 
  6. ^ 2008 Virginia Football Media Guide, page 175. The University of Virginia has not released a similar policy statement regarding basketball jerseys, but the same "retired jerseys" terminology is being used as to both the football and basketball programs.
  7. ^ a b "All-Time Results". VirginiaSports.com. Retrieved 1 January 2015. 

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