The No. 9 Virginia field hockey team started its season off strong this weekend, posting victories over Drexel and 7th-ranked Penn State.
Just when senior midfielder Kelsey LeBlanc and senior goalkeeper Jenny Johnstone thought that their collegiate careers had come to an end, they learned that together, they had earned one more honor: being selected to play in the Victory Sports Tours/NFHCA Division I Senior All-Star game.
The top-seeded Virginia field hockey team concluded their season Friday, falling 2-1 to No. 4 seed Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament semifinals in Durham, North Carolina.
The Virginia field hockey team concluded its regular season Sunday afternoon at Boston University, falling to the Terriers by a 2-1 margin at New Balance Field.
Two days after knocking off No. 1 North Carolina on the road, the No. 3 Virginia field hockey team fell 4-3 in overtime Sunday afternoon at home against Ohio State.
The No. 3 Virginia field hockey team moved to 3-0 in the ACC Friday night with a tough-fought 3-1 win against No. 10 Syracuse. The Cavaliers followed up the performance Sunday with an 8-0 victory against winless Vermont, extending their winning streak to eight games.
The Virginia field hockey team won its sixth game in a row Sunday afternoon, a 3-2 overtime victory against the No. 7 Albany Great Danes at University Turf Field. The win followed an upset in Durham against No. 3 Duke on Friday.
The Virginia field hockey team won its ACC opener on Friday night, defeating Louisville 3-2 in double overtime. Sophomore striker Caleigh Foust scored the game-winning goal off a pass from freshman midfielder Tara Vittese 1:43 into the sudden-death second overtime, giving the No.
The Skinny on weekend games for Virginia’s field hockey, volleyball and women’s golf teams. More extensive previews for the football and men’s soccer teams are available online and in Thursday’s issue of the Cavalier Daily. A full preview for the women’s soccer team is also available online.
Following its first back-to-back losses since 2011, the No. 6 Virginia field hockey team (2-2) wanted and perhaps needed a win in its home opener against No. 7 Princeton. Fittingly, the Cavaliers dominated Sunday at University Hall Turf Field in a 6-4 victory.
The No. 6 Virginia field hockey team fell 4-3 on the road Thursday afternoon against No. 20 Iowa. Coming on the heels of a 3-0 defeat against No. 8 Penn State on Sunday, the Cavaliers have now lost consecutive regular season games for the first time since 2011.
The Skinny on weekend games for Virginia’s men’s soccer, field hockey, and men’s golf teams. More extensive previews for the football, volleyball and women’s soccer teams are available online and in Thursday’s issue of the Cavalier Daily.