Women’s soccer dominates Pittsburgh

Under the bright lights of Klöckner Stadium, No. 8 Virginia took on struggling ACC counterpart Pittsburgh in a game where the Panthers were clearly overmatched by the Cavaliers, who dominated with a final score of 6-0. READ MORE


Women's soccer battles Texas A&M in NCAA Semifinals

Virginia (22-2) faces an unfamiliar foe in the semifinals as they square off against No. 1 seed Texas A&M (22-2-2), which has had an impressive run to the final four, defeating powerhouses Notre Dame and Penn State. The Aggies represent the only SEC team still active in the College Cup, but their rise to national prominence in recent years has put the traditionally football-dominated conference on the women’s college soccer radar. READ MORE


Women's soccer hosts Rutgers in Friday NCAA clash

Following its convincing 8-0 victory last Friday, the second-seeded Virginia women’s soccer team will enjoy a week of rest before its next matchup — an invaluable asset for a Cavalier squad which has played a 20-game season and is heading into a potential Friday-Sunday, second and third round NCAA tournament schedule this weekend. READ MORE


No. 4 Women's soccer advances to NCAA second round

Friday night — in what seemed like the blink of an eye — the fourth-ranked Virginia women’s soccer team erased any doubt that its national championship hopes were in jeopardy, as the team made a strong statement that it is ready to make a deep run in this year’s NCAA tournament. Playing in near-freezing temperatures, the Cavaliers (19-2) got hot early, tallying three goals in the first 12 minutes and two more in the span of 40 seconds in the 27th minute. READ MORE


Women's soccer hosts High Point in NCAA First Round

Ever since the Virginia women’s soccer team arrived at spring camp more than seven months ago, the focus has been on getting back to the NCAA tournament and avenging last season’s heartbreaking College Cup loss to UCLA in penalty kicks. Throughout the regular season, the team spoke of ambitious postseason goals, while reiterating that the next game on the schedule would be the most important. READ MORE

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