Women’s soccer knocked out of NCAA Tournament

11/21/2018 10:01am

After claiming victory against Texas Tech in a last-minute shootout Friday, the No. 12 Virginia’s women’s soccer team luck ran out in a nail-biter against an evenly matched No. 11 Baylor team Monday, falling 2-1.

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