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It was a relatively empty week for Virginia Athletics as only three games were played. The football team lost to Virginia Tech Saturday, and women’s basketball continued its winless season with two losses, one against Clemson and the other against Florida State. With that being said, it was still an eventful few days news-wise. Let’s get into a few takeaways from the week of Dec. 7.
Who is the real Virginia men’s basketball team?
Last week was a dramatic week of sports for Virginia Athletics, as many teams’ fall seasons came to an end while others’ continued amid unprecedented times. Women’s soccer was knocked out in the ACC semifinals, while the men’s side fought to live another day in the tournament. Football had a big win over Louisville over the weekend, and some swimmers set school records as well. Let’s look at a few takeaways from the week in Virginia sports.
Many of Virginia’s teams finished the month of October on a promising note. Men’s soccer, women’s soccer and football all won, while cross-country finished its fall season with a strong showing. Field hockey and volleyball both lost, but the first winter sport to begin competition — swimming and diving — started off strong with a win. Here are a few takeaways from a relatively successful weekend for Virginia sports.
It was not a good weekend for Virginia sports, as no team recorded a single win on Friday or Saturday. The volleyball and field hockey teams each lost a pair of matches, and football and men’s soccer continued their losing streaks Saturday. Let’s take a look at some of the ways teams can improve for their upcoming games.
It was a mixed weekend for Virginia’s fall sports teams. Cross-country impressed at the Virginia/Panorama Farms Invitational, while football, volleyball and men’s soccer all lost their contests. Women’s soccer won its fourth straight game Thursday before falling Sunday. Let’s take a look at some interesting takeaways from just a few of the Virginia teams that were in action this weekend.
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