Cavalier Corner

June 2017

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8 ◆ CAVALIER CORNER CAVALIER SPORTS AROUND THE GROUNDS 2 Was where 2016 first-round pick Matt Thaiss ranked among the Los Angeles Angels' top pros- pects, according to The collegiate catcher now plays first base for the Inland Empire 66ers, the club's Class A Advanced team. $2.746 Million was the value of the restricted free agent tender the Los Angeles Chargers gave former UVA wideout Dontrelle Inman, which he signed April 25. The former undrafted free agent, who started his professional ca- reer in the Canadian Football League, has played in the NFL since 2014. He started all 16 games last year and hauled in 58 passes for 810 yards and four touchdowns, all career highs. 4 ACC Wrestlers of the Year have come from Virginia after fourth-year George DiCamillo joined the club in late March following a second-place finish at 141 pounds in the NCAA Championships, which matched the highest-ever showing at nationals for a Wahoo. DiCamillo joins previous winners Matt Roth (1999), cur- rent head coach Steve Garland (2000) and Scott Moore (2004). 8 Straight ACC rowing titles have been won by the Cavaliers, who claimed first in four of the five races to give the program its 17th league title in the 18 cham- pionship regattas in conference history. 10 Was where Virginia's 2017 wrestling recruiting class tied for nationally, along with ACC rival North Carolina, according to FloWrestling. The Cavaliers signed four top-100 recruits — No. 13 Cam Coy, No. 40 Brian Courtney, No. 71 Quinn Miller and No. 81 Brian Kennerly. It is Garland's fourth straight class ranked 16th nationally or better. 211 Was the final three-round score for fourth- year Jimmy Stanger at the ACC Men's Golf Championships, which put him into a four-player playoff for the individual crown. The Tampa, Fla., native birdied the first playoff hole to take medalist honors, becoming the third in program history to do so. PHOTO BY MATT RILEY/COURTESY UVA NUMBERS .400 Was the batting average for third- year outfielder ADAM HASELEY through May 22, which was tied for seventh nationally. Through 53 games played, he had 82 hits, 64 runs scored, 15 doubles, one triple, 14 home runs and 53 RBI. He led the ACC in batting aver- age, runs scored and on-base percentage (.498), and was second in slugging (.688), third in hits and fourth in walks (40).

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