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Virginia swimmers sweep Duke

The Virginia men's and women's swimming teams dominated Duke Friday, coasting to a pair of easy ACC wins.

The No. 10 Cavalier men won eight of the 12 events against the Devils. Second-year Matt Lee led the way for the Cavs (4-1, 2-1 ACC) with victories in both the 200 individual medley and by taking part on the winning 200-medley relay team.

Meanwhile, the Cav women (5-0, 3-0) routed Duke, winning all eight non-exhibition events. Currently ranked eighth in the nation, the Cavaliers remained at the top of the ACC ranks.

Virginia continued its tour of duty down Tobacco Road, traveling to Chapel Hill to face North Carolina yesterday. Results were unavailable at press time.

Schweer, Weaver bow out of tennis tourney

Third-years Christie Schweer and Kelly Weaver both lost their round of 16 matches at the ACC Women's Indoor Championships, held this weekend at North Carolina.

Jessica Johnson of Maryland got the win over Weaver with a 6-4, 4-6, 6-1 triumph. Schweer fell to sixth-seeded Bea Bielek from Wake Forest. Bieleck coasted to the win, sweeping Schweer 6-0, 6-0.

Grapplers take third place

Despite winning three weight class titles, the Virginia wrestling team finished third at this weekend's Virginia State Intercollegiate Wrestling Championships, which took place at Virginia Tech.

Cavs Steve Garland, Ryan McGrath and John Pozniak each won titles in the weight classes of 125, 184 and 149 pounds, respectively.

St. Clair, South lose Senior Bowl

Center John St. Clair was the lone Virginia representative in the Senior Bowl, which was played Saturday in Mobile, Ala. St. Clair competed on the South Team, which fell short to the North, 24-21.


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