A Wahoo diehard since attending summer camp in Charlottesville as a 5th grader, I graduated from the E-School in 2003, which puts me in the Mapp/Mason/Watson class.

I've bounced around the country since, for a time in St Louis, currently in San Antonio (go Spurs). I thank the heavens for the digital streaming age in which we live for the ability to maintain my addiction to Virginia athletics no matter my time zone.

StLouHoo's Articles:

Spring 2019 Recruiting Primer

Posted on April 17, 2019, in Recruiting by StLouHoo.

** Note: This was originally published on 4/18 before the transfer announcement of Marco Anthony and the decision by Kyle Guy to definitively leave UVA on 4/22. It has been edited and republished accordingly.**

The UVA basketball coaches and players are still picking confetti out of their clothing and hair, the national championship barely a week in the rearview mirror, and only a couple of days since the Charlottesville celebration. 

Welcome Justin McKoy

Posted on April 15, 2019, in Recruiting by StLouHoo.

Virginia barely had time to organize the logistics for its championship celebration before the "other season," the recruiting season, got spun into full gear. 

I was halfway into writing my spring recruiting primer, my annual table-setting of the spring and summer's recruiting activities: needs, strategies, targets, and timelines, when today happened and I'm jumping into catchup mode. Heck, I was still wrapping up our championship coverage when the first ne...

I'm Fine. Finally.

Posted on April 12, 2019, in The Team by StLouHoo.

What a feeling.

All of my pregame preview responsibilities, the X's and O's analysis, the opponent roster research, it's over for the season. Whereas from November to March/April, each game's completion has meant for me "on to the next," as Seattle and Aaron handle the recaps and postgame breakdowns. But now there is no "next game" about which to write. Oh, sure, I'll quickly pivot into "next season" or "next recruit" territory with my coverage, but for the mome...