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Best Cavs of the decade

There are only two more weeks remaining in the decade, which creates the natural question -- what are the best of the decade for Virginia athletics?

I'm curious about your nominations. Please leave comments below or e-mail bermanz@washpost.com about the following categories:

- Best athlete
- Best coach
- Best team
- Best moment
- Best play

I'll take nominations during the next three days and we'll run a poll each day next week.

By Zach Berman  |  December 16, 2009; 11:08 AM ET
 
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Athlete - Somdev Devvarman

Coach - Mark Bernardino

Team - 2006 men's lacrosse

Moment - Women's basketball senior night 2008 vs. Georgia Tech

Play - end of the Georgia Tech football game 2001

Posted by: billyjoelntrdame | December 16, 2009 2:58 PM | Report abuse

Best play - Sean Singletary game winning shot over Duke at JPJ.

Best moment - Diego Restrepo looking around after the last penalty kick and not realizing the game was over and then running around celebrating.

Best Athlete - Somdev

Posted by: wiggetywes | December 17, 2009 10:37 AM | Report abuse

Athlete - Somdev Devvarman
Coach - Mark Bernardino
Team - Undefeated men's lacrosse national champion
Moment - Singletary's shot to beat Duke at JPJA
Play - End of Georgia Tech football game in 2001.

Posted by: SRockville | December 17, 2009 11:11 AM | Report abuse

Have to agree on Somdev, Singletary's shot against Duke as best play/moment, and the 2006 Men's lacrosse team as the best team.

Would go with Brian Boland as best coach.

Also will create my own category and nominate Tillman Johnson in the 2003 Lacrosse Championship as best individual performance. When looking back at this decade of Virginia Sports, that has to be recognized in some way.

Posted by: ZachMorris | December 18, 2009 2:06 AM | Report abuse

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