Virginia

Shen Grad Heading to College World Series
The University of Virginia topped the University of Maryland last night in Game 3 of the Charlottesville Super Regional to advance to the 2014 NCAA College World Series in Omaha, Neb.
The 11-2 win for the Cavaliers (49-14) means that Shenendehowa graduate Branden Cogswell will be playing in the World…
Four Capital Region Products Taken in MLB Draft
Jeff Hoffman wasn’t the only Section II product to hear his name called during this weekend’s Major League Baseball Draft.
While the flamethrower from Shaker was a big focal point of the draft’s first day, going ninth overall, three more Capital Region …
Local Products and the MLB Draft
With the MLB draft just over 24 hours away, a few local products are waiting to hear where their names will be called.
Branden Cogswell, a Shenendehowa graduate and the second baseman for the University of Virginia, will undoubtedly hear his name during the draft, as will pitcher Jeff Hoffman of East…
Cogswell Nearing College World Series
The University of Virginia baseball team swept through the Charlottesville Regional this weekend. The Cavs knocked off Bucknell in game one before beating Arkansas twice en route to its fifth super regional appearance in the last six years.
Shenendehowa graduate and first-team All-ACC selection Brand…
Cogswell Named to All-ACC First Team
Capital Region native and University of Virginia junior second baseman Branden Cogswell was named to the ACC First Team on Monday.
Cogswell was a preseason All-American after a stellar 2013 campaign at shortstop, but he made the move to second this season...
Local MLB Draft Prospect Joins Us
Branden Cogswell, the starting 2B for the No. 1 ranked Virginia Cavaliers, and a Shenendehowa graduate joined Brady Farkas on 1045theteam.com today.
Cogswell talked about being No. 1, the upcoming Cavs' series with Wake Forest, the MLB draft, Jeff Hoffman, and his days in the Capital Region and …
Devils Downed
Some say being on the road for Christmas for athletes is a bad thing. Some say it is a good thing as there isn't the holiday distractions. Either way it is never good to lose at any time or any place. The Devils started their four game roadie with a loss in Bridgeport Wednesday night 4-3...