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Sunday, December 23, 2012
Yearbook, Dec. 23: Chaminade shocks UVa

By Patrick Dorsey

Dec. 23, 1982: In November, a small Hawaii-based school named Chaminade -- which plays in Division II -- beat the Texas Longhorns 86-73 at the Maui Invitational.

It happened not quite 30 years after the Silverswords pulled off one of the most shocking upsets in college hoops history: a 77-72 victory over the top-ranked Virginia Cavaliers. Yes, the school of fewer than 1,000 students (and then of the NAIA) beat a squad that boasted 7-foot-4 future No. 1 overall NBA draft pick Ralph Sampson.

Key in the win was Tony Randolph, a 6-8 center who helped hold Sampson -- a former high school rival -- to 12 points while scoring 19 of his own.

Tony Randolph, Ralph Sampson and Chaminade's upset of Virginia
Sampson versus Randolph
Ralph Sampson and Earnest Pettway during Virginia vs. Chaminade in 1982
Sampson versus Earnest Pettway
Tony Randolph
Randolph, in 2007.