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Virginia Cavaliers Basketball Details

Not many schools can say they were founded by the guy who wrote the Declaration of Independence. The University of Virginia was started by Thomas Jefferson, and has a pretty good basketball team to boot.

The Cavaliers – or the Wahoos, as their fans sometimes call them – have played basketball since 1905, and joined the Atlantic Coast Conference in 1953. Since then, Virginia has reached multiple Final Fours and earned double-digit NCAA Tournament berths.

Virginia has a solid list of basketball alumni, but Ralph Sampson would stand out in anyone’s history book. The 7’4” Sampson won three Naismith College Player of the Year awards during his collegiate career.

After leading the Cavaliers to an NIT title as a freshman, Sampson powered them to a Final Four appearance as a sophomore in 1981. He was later chosen by the Houston Rockets as the top overall pick in the 1983 NBA Draft.

The ‘Hoos play home games on campus at John Paul Jones Arena, which opened in 2006 and holds approximately 15,000 fans for basketball. The vocal and entertaining student section – known as the ‘Hoo Crew – received the Naismith Student Section of the Year Award in 2014.

There is plenty of available parking surrounding the arena, which is just two miles from downtown Charlottesville.

Maryland’s recent departure from the ACC left Virginia short one rival, but Virginia Tech’s 2004 admittance to the conference has added tension to an existing intrastate feud. The schools are located less than 150 miles apart.

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