After winning the ITA National Team Indoors in February, Virginia (6-0) will host No. 5 Oklahoma (8-2) Sunday in their first action since the ITA finals, a match that could serve as an indicator for the future of a team that hopes to build upon the successes — and failures — of the past.
- William Glasheen, PhD said:
Congratulations, Cavaliers. Getting the NCAA championship this year may have been improbable, but getting it sooner than later was inevitable. First ever ...
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