It’s the top ten sports moments in Hampton Roads from 2016.
Old Dominion rebounded from Thursday’s loss against William & Mary by rallying past Rice 62-56.
Virginia Tech entered Atlantic Coast Conference play with a dominant win over No. 5 Duke.
Virginia suffered its second home loss of the season, falling to Florida State 60-58.
Tech pulled off the largest comeback in its 124-year history.
One of the most accomplished players in Hampton Roads history had her number retired inside Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Daniel Dixon scored more points than any opposing player in the history of the Ted Constant Center.
The school announced Thursday that family members say that Carpenter died in Miami. He was 39 and the cause of death is unclear.
Chesapeake native David Wright and his wife, Molly, visited with kids at Children’s Hospital of the King’s Daughters Thursday, Dec. 29, 2016…
The Cavaliers put their suffocating defense on display and begin their ACC schedule 1-0.
Chris Clarke continues to hit his stride with the surging Hokies.
The Monarchs may own the better overall record, but the Tribe have won four of the last five meetings.
Abby Rendle earned only the second triple-double in school history.
The Bills have fired coach Rex Ryan ahead of their last game of the season after he failed to lead Buffalo to the playoffs.
One of the top contenders for the starting quarterback position in 2017 will reportedly transfer.