The Cavaliers secured their fourth straight doubles point en route to a comprehensive victory.
Both games ended in 4-3 Cavalier victories, with he doubles point proving to be the difference maker in both matches.
After a tight game against Notre Dame, the Cavaliers did not have nearly as much trouble putting away the Cardinals to end Sunday on a high note.
The Cavaliers left Seattle with a win over San Diego after two hard-fought losses over Michigan and Pepperdine.
The Cavaliers defeated both Washington State and South Carolina to ensure a place at the national tournament in Seattle.
Three members of the men's team and six members of the women's team competed in the ITA All-American Championships.
The Cavaliers will head into the conference tournament with momentum on their side following a pair of wins in their final regular season match-ups
Before their first match on Friday, the Cavaliers celebrated senior day by honoring seniors Amber O'Dell and Sophia Munera.
Despite falling short in the final, Collins impressed on the path to competing for the title.
Navarro joins current world No. 50 Danielle Collins — who won NCAA singles titles in 2014 and 2016 — in the record books as she brings home the Cavaliers’ third singles title.
Subhash has her eyes set on an ACC Championship, National Championship and maybe even a Grand Slam down the road.
No. 14 Virginia fell 5-2 against top-ranked ACC foe North Carolina. However, stellar singles performances from freshman Emma Navarro and sophomore Natasha Subhash were bright spots on the day.