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Virginia travels south for weekend doubleheader

The No. 3 Virginia women’s soccer team will make a trip south this weekend — starting with a matchup against SEC opponent Alabama Friday, the Cavaliers (3-0, 0-0) will finish off the trip Sunday with a game against Samford in Birmingham, Alabama.


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Women's soccer cruises to two weekend wins

The third-ranked Virginia women’s soccer team is a team seemingly on a mission, easily dispensing of opponents and controlling play as they remained undefeated over the weekend with a 4-0 win Friday night against in-state rival Richmond and a 5-0 romp Sunday afternoon against Villanova.


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Women's soccer looks to remain undefeated Friday

Third-ranked Virginia women’s soccer hit the ground running this season, picking up right where the team left off last year. This weekend, the Cavaliers look to continue their strong play when they play host to Richmond in the second game of the team’s season-opening, three-game home stand.


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Women's Soccer advances to Elite Eight

On a frigid evening in Charlottesville Sunday, the No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer team shut out Wake Forest, 2-0, in the NCAA Tournament’s third round after beating Georgetown 1-0 two days ago to advance.


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Top-ranked Women's Soccer stifle Hoyas

The No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer team was able to grind out a 1-0 victory against a tough, defensive-minded Georgetown team in the second round of the NCAA tournament Friday at Klöckner Stadium.


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No. 1 Virginia welcomes Hoyas

The No. 1 seeded Virginia women’s soccer team returns to NCAA Tournament action Friday against Georgetown. Both squads are coming off shutout victories in their first-round matches against Saint Francis and La Salle, respectively.


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Uncompromised Resilience: Virginia Soccer

The 2013 regular season was a demonstration in dominance for the Virginia women’s soccer team. The season opener against VCU saw them ranked seventh, but by their Sept. 11 ACC opener, the Cavaliers had shot up to second in the nation. A week later they were on top, and for good reason. The Cavaliers eventually notched 19 wins — a school record and perfect season.


	Freshman Makenzy Doniak has added another dangerous weapon to the Virginia offense. The Chino Hills, California native was named the TopDrawerSoccer.com national Women’s College Player of the Week, becoming the third Cavalier to earn the award in school history.
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Women's soccer rebounds, routs Saint Francis 5-0

After dropping its first game of the season one week ago against in-state rival Virginia Tech, the top-seeded Virginia women’s soccer team got back to its winning ways Friday, trouncing Saint Francis in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, 5-0.


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Top-seeded Virginia hosts St. Francis

Thanks to its stellar play throughout the regular season, the Virginia women’s soccer team earned the University’s first ever No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament and will host St. Francis Friday night at Klöckner Stadium.