UVa repeats as the VaSID All-Sports champion. Virginia now has 11 titles. Click here for the full news release.
“The University of Virginia won .648 percent of its intercollegiate athletic contests in 2008-09 to win the 31st annual Virginia Sports Information Director’s Association Division I All-Sport championship. This is the
Cavaliers 11th overall title, second straight and fourth in the last six years.
Old Dominion was second overall at .614 followed by Liberty at .595. Virginia won 68 percent of its men’s contests followed by Liberty at .628 and Virginia Tech at .627. On the women’s side ODU won .618 percent of it’s contests, followed by Virginia at .616 and James Madison at .612.
Virginia was paced by the baseball squad who advanced to their first ever College World Series. Men’s lacrosse advanced to the NCAA semifinals, while the Cavaliers men’s tennis reached the NCAA quarterfinals and won their second straight ITA National Team Indoor Championship. Women’s rowing placed fourth at the NCAA Nationals, women’s golf was eighth and men’s swimming placed ninth.”