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.
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Perhaps they could change their name to reflect the actual statistics? Good initiative, but still.
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Don't forget that the Cavalier Daily was in the lead of the knee jerks who loudly attacked from the beginning. It took real journalists at the Washington ...
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So what's the current state of the IP's involvement on this case?
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