The Virginia Cavaliers, the name of all athletic teams officially representing the University of Virginia in collegiate sports, have been members of the Atlantic Coast Conference since it's inception in 1953. They boast 25 NCAA Division 1 varsity sports, with 18 NCAA national championships in various programs. Distinguish sports alumni go on to win Olympic medals, including the 4 medals won in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing.
|Athletic Director||Craig Littlepage|
|Varsity Sports||25 (12 mens', 13 women's)|
|NCAA Division||Division 1(Football Bowl Subdivision)|
|Conference||Atlantic Coast Conference|
|Colors||Orange and Navy Blue|
Virginia won five Atlantic Coast Conference Championships in 2010-11 and has now won 47 ACC Championships in the last nine years, more than any other conference school during that time frame. U.Va. won ACC Championships in baseball (second in the last three years), women's rowing (11th in 12 years), men's swimming and diving (fourth consecutive and 12th in the last 13 years), women's swimming and diving (fourth consecutive) and men's tennis (fifth consecutive and seventh in the last eight years).