About eight minutes into last night's rain-drenched women's soccer game, John Fogerty, courtesy of the Klöckner Stadium P.A., wondered aloud "who'll stop the rain?" Maryland could not do anything about the weather and sure couldn't do much about the Cavaliers either. Angela Hucles led the way with her third career hat trick, but she had plenty of help as No.
Their field was soaked and their cleats were waterlogged less than 10 minutes into the game, but even the steady downpour wasn't enough to keep the Virginia men's soccer team from dousing American last night at Klöckner Stadium, 2-0. "It was a sloppy game for both teams due to the weather," Cav coach George Gelnovatch said.
Deanna Zwarich poured in 12 kills and 13 digs, both team highs, as the Virginia volleyball team notched a 3-0 sweep (15-13, 15-2, 15-7) over Maryland last night. The Overland Park, Kan., native also contributed four block assists.
St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner wasn't in Phoenix Monday night for the 49ers/Cardinals game, but the San Francisco coaches might have invoked his spirit. Seconds away from halftime, the Niners watched in horror as Arizona cornerback Aeneas Williams blazed in and leveled Steve Young, handing the star quarterback and franchise centerpiece his fourth concussion since 1996.
Hear YE, Hear YE! It's Wednesday and all is well! But in a little more than 72 hours, things will be far from well.
With Saturday's dramatic 45-40 victory over BYU serving as the anomaly, Virginia's weekend expedition westward was a bit rockier than expected. Following the late night heroics, the team bus was without escort, delaying the squad's arrival at the airport until nearly 1 a.m.