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O'Donnell boosts young Cavs

He might not be the flashiest player on Virginia's men's soccer team, but when Drew O'Donnell takes the field you can count on one thing for sure - he'll get the job done and get it done well. "He's not a guy who has a lot of statistics," coach George Gelnovatch said.


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Tracy, Lindsey pace Virginia

Watching a Virginia women's soccer game, Katie Tracy is one of the first players to stand out. She's yelling encouragement to her teammates from her spot at center midfield, out-fighting her opponents for headers and loose balls and generally doing all the things a reigning team MVP should do. Lori Lindsey is often harder to spot.


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Wake wideout looks to snare postseason bid

It's easy to see why Wake Forest football coach Jim Caldwell and wide receiver Jammie Deese get along - they both know what they want. Five years ago Caldwell wanted the dynamic young high school senior from Laurinburg N.C.


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Cavs anxiously await today's Wake-up call

After two tough games on the road, the Virginia football team comes home with the hope of defending a 15-game winning streak against Wake Forest today at 7 p.m. Under the lights at Scott Stadium, the Cavaliers (1-1, 1-1 ACC) will celebrate Homecoming as they attempt to extend one of the nation's longest winning streaks.


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Hockey's Wilk targets trophy

Virginia field hockey begins this season with a changing of the guard - new faces, a new attitude and a new head coach. Jessica Wilk comes in to take over for former head coach Missi Sanders, who resigned as head coach last spring to spend more time with her young children.


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O'Donnell leads team as soccer's only fourth year

He might not be the flashiest player on Virginia's men's soccer team, but when Drew O'Donnell takes the field you can count on one thing for sure - he'll get the job done and get it done well. "He's not a guy who has a lot of statistics," coach George Gelnovatch said.


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Cavalier midfield duo ranks with ACC's best

Watching a Virginia women's soccer game, Katie Tracy is one of the first players to stand out. She's yelling encouragement to her teammates from her spot at center midfield, out-fighting her opponents for headers and loose balls and generally doing all the things a reigning team MVP and "unsung hero" should do. Lori Lindsey is often harder to spot.


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After loss, Cavs hope to destroy Deacons

After two tough games on the road, the Virginia football team comes home with the hope of defending a 15-game winning streak against Wake Forest tomorrow at 7 p.m. Under the lights at Scott Stadium, the Cavaliers (1-1, 1-1 ACC) will celebrate Homecoming as they attempt to extend one of the nation's longest winning streaks.


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Wake wideout looks to snare postseason bid

It's easy to see why Wake Forest football coach Jim Caldwell and wide receiver Jammie Deese get along -- they both know what they want. Five years ago Caldwell wanted the dynamic young high school senior from Laurinburg N.C.


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Men's soccer trounces hapless Mountaineers

Coming off a hard-fought loss at the hands of No. 4 Maryland last Sunday, the Virginia men's soccer team bounced back last night with a 3-0 win over Mount Saint Mary's before 463 drenched fans on a cold, wet evening at Klockner Stadium.


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Field hockey team remains unbeaten

The Cavalier field hockey team found a way to add to their undefeated streak, pulling out a 2-0 victory over the Richmond Spiders (4-2) in the pre-hurricane conditions at U-Hall Turf Field last night. After a slow start on the rain-drenched artificial surface, the fifth-ranked Cavs (5-0) began the play that has put them in the win column all season. "We got out to a slow start, but that is because Richmond really came out and came ready to play," Virginia coach Jessica Wilk said.


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Morris grabs preseason accolade

With the preseason college basketball buzz already underway, Althon Sports has selected Maryland forward Terence Morris to its All-American first team. Althon also named Morris, who averaged 15.3 points and 7.1 rebounds per game, as the preseason ACC Player of the Year. Morris enjoyed a breakout campaign last season, becoming the fourth sophomore in school history to be named to the All-ACC first team. Althon Sports also placed fellow Terp Lonnie Baxter on their All-ACC third team. Back in the hive It was a rough weekend for Georgia Tech.


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Stockton serves up success at Open

Dick Stockton's career on the pro tennis tour may be over. But the Virginia men's tennis coach's success on the professional level is far from complete. Last week, Stockton and Tom Gullickson won the Men's 45-and-over Doubles competition at the U.S.