Brady, you will always be in our thoughts, your legacy will last forever. All Eagles All Family!
Cannot understand how such an incredible life could be inexplicably cut short. Brady, I was privileged to coach you one summer. My deepest sympathy to the entire Hoos family.
Virginia Wrestling ended the regular season with a 33-3 loss to No. 9 Virginia Tech in Friday night’s Commonwealth clash at Cassel Arena in Blacksburg, Virginia.
The Hokies have won nine of the ten weight classes, including the last seven in which they have run away. Virginia’s only victory came in a 165-pound bout between Virginia Tech’s No. 16 Justin McCoy and Virginia Tech’s No. 27 Conor Brady. McCoy narrowly beat Brady 5-4, securing UVA to just three points in the game.
UVA narrowly missed out on several wins in a series of top-ranked matchups. No. 31 Michael Batista lost 3-1 on 197 to No. 22 Andy Smith, and No. 27 Jarod Verkleeren was 8-4 in the matchup against No. 149. No. 8 Caleb Henson beat No. 16 Neil Andrassian to No. 7 Hunter Bolen 9-5 184.
Virginia finished the regular season doubles schedule with an 8-6 overall record and a 1-4 record in ACC play. Next, UVA will play the ACC Tournament on Sunday, March 5 at the NC State campus in Raleigh, NC.