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The Virginia men's golf team placed runner-up at the ACC Championship in New London, N.C. this past weekend, falling behind Georgia Tech by 13 strokes. Including this tournament, the Cavaliers have finished no worse than third in seven of their 10 tournaments this year.
The 13th-ranked Virginia women's golf team took second place at the ACC Tournament this weekend in Greensboro, N.C. Freshman Brittany Altomare and junior Calle Nielson both finished in second with scores of 212, one shot behind Wake Forest freshman Michelle Shin.
The Virginia women's golf team competes this weekend in the 2010 ACC Championship at the Sedgefield Country Club in Greensboro, N.C. Hoping to improve upon last year's fifth-place finishing, the team is looking to bring home the championship this year.
The No. 15 Virginia women's golf team notched 11th place this weekend at the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic held at the University of Georgia Golf Course. Twenty-three
The No. 20 Virginia men's golf team placed third this weekend at the Schenkel E-Z-GO Invitational, held in Statesboro, Ga. The finish, which marks the third time the squad has placed third this season, continues their streak of seven top-five finishes.
The Virginia wrestling team wrapped up its season Saturday with a 15th-place finish at the NCAA wrestling championships in Omaha, Neb.. It was the Cavaliers' best finish since 1957 when the team placed 10th. The team score of 34 also was a school record for points scored at the NCAA Championships.
The No. 20 Virginia men's golf team travels to Statesboro, Ga. this weekend to play in the Chris Schenkel Invitational at Forest Heights Country Club, where it will face off against what coach Bowen Sargen called some of the best teams in the country.
The 33-year drought is over. After losing by two points the past two years, the Virginia wrestling team finally brought home the ACC Championship March 6 for the first time since 1977.\n"It was a very special moment," senior Ross Gitomer said of the team's victory. "It was a great all-around performance by everyone."
No. 18 Virginia women's golf team traveled to New Orleans this past weekend to compete in the Tiger/Wave Golf Classic at the English Turn Golf and Country Club. The Cavaliers hoped to defend their title after winning last year's event but placed fifth out of 23 of the nation's top 50 programs, behind Auburn, TCU, Alabama and LSU.
The No. 23 Virginia wrestling team fell to No. 10 Maryland 22-11 Saturday during Senior Night.
The Virginia wrestling team went undefeated in North Carolina this weekend, topping conference opponents Duke and N.C. State in dominant fashion.
The Virginia wrestling team split a pair of matches in New Jersey this weekend, falling to Rutgers 25-12 Friday and crushing Princeton 42-0 Saturday.
The Virginia wrestling squad will head to New Jersey this weekend as it prepares to face Rutgers and Princeton.
Not every varsity sport at Virginia is known for consistently fielding great teams. Though some squads are expected to perform well all the time, others often go overlooked until they have an outstanding season.
The Virginia wrestling team defeated North Carolina but lost to Virginia Tech to begin its ACC schedule at Memorial Gymnasium this weekend.
The Virginia wrestling team used the University's long winter reprieve to do some heavy lifting, working its way to the highest national ranking in program history. It will look to continue its success this weekend against ACC opponents North Carolina and Virginia Tech.
The Virginia cross country teams capped off a long, rollercoaster season with a 15th-place finish for both the men's and women's squads at the NCAA Championships.
The Virginia men's and women's cross country teams faced their toughest challenges of the season Saturday, competing in the Southeast Regional Championships in Louisville, Ky.
The Virginia wrestling team kicked off its 2009 season Saturday with two home victories against Anderson and Campbell. Entering the season ranked No. 17, the Cavaliers claimed the opening contest against Anderson, 37-9, and finished the afternoon with a 36-6 triumph against Campbell.
The Virginia cross country teams began their postseason in impressive fashion Saturday, competing in the ACC Championships held at the WakeMed Soccer and Cross Country Complex in Cary, N.C.\nAlthough the men, who entered the weekend undefeated, fell short of winning their third straight ACC Championship and finished runner-up to N.C. State, junior Emil Heineking continued his perfect fall season by capturing the individual title. On the women's side, the Cavaliers improved upon last year's fourth-place finish with a third-place showing. Junior transfer Catherine White also earned All-ACC honors in her first season with Virginia after finishing second overall.