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Women's Tennis


Cavaliers defeat Tech, West Va.

The No. 9 Virginia women's tennis team continued its early-season success at Blacksburg yesterday, dominating West Virginia 7-0 in the first match, before downing Virginia Tech 7-0 in the second match to maintain their perfect record. In the morning, the Cavaliers (4-0, 1-0 ACC) swept all three doubles matches, continuing the strong play during singles action as Virginia did not surrender a single set to the Mountaineers (0-3). Sophomore Li Xi cruised at first singles, defeating West Virginia junior Emily Mathis 6-2, 6-1.


Cavs aim for two wins

After starting the season with two comeback wins, the No. 9 Virginia women's tennis team will look to continue its stellar play and build momentum today in a doubleheader against West Virginia and ACC rival No.


Fraser falls at National Indoors

[caption id="attachment_47867" align="alignleft" width="209" caption="Senior Emily Fraser won in straight sets during the first round of the National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships but fell to Washington senior Denise Dy in her subsequent match.


Fraser faces nation

[caption id="attachment_47664" align="alignleft" width="224" caption="Senior Emily Fraser will represent Virginia when she travels to Flushing Meadows tomorrow for the ITA National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships.


Cavs stumble in ITA finals

Although a number of players on the Virginia men's and women's tennis teams reached the final rounds of the ITA Atlantic Regional earlier this week, they failed to capture a single title. Junior Jarmere Jenkins and the duo of senior Drew Courtney and junior Julien Uriguen reached the final round for the Cavalier men in Charlottesville, but all suffered untimely losses with the ultimate prize on the line.


Squad sets record by besting Jackets

The No. 17 Virginia women's tennis team recorded two upset victories against No. 12 Clemson and No. 13 Georgia Tech this past weekend to clinch a first-round bye in this week's ACC Tournament. With the wins, the Cavaliers (18-6, 7-4 ACC) set a new school record for conference wins with seven, matched their previous single season win record with 18 and collected the first road wins against top-15 opponents in program history. During Saturday's 4-3 win against the Tigers (18-9, 6-5), the Cavaliers swept the doubles matchups - including a contest against the nation's No.


Cavs travel south to conclude regular season

The No. 18 Virginia women's tennis team closes its regular season against Clemson and Georgia Tech this weekend, seeking a first-round bye at the upcoming ACC Tournament. "I think finishing the ACC season strong is vital, and we really want to show everyone what we have," freshman Caryssa Peretz said. The Cavaliers (16-6), who currently are riding a two-game win streak, sit in fourth place behind Duke, North Carolina and Miami in the conference standings with a 5-4 record in ACC play. Clemson and Florida State also sport 5-4 ACC records, and should the No.


Team strives for late-season push

[caption id="attachment_42937" align="alignleft" width="159" caption="No. 84 sophomore Hana Tomljanovic likely will pair up with junior teammate Emily Fraser to take on two top-30 teams during the Cavs' final home matches.


Squad continues ACC play

[caption id="attachment_41939" align="alignleft" width="255" caption="In Virginia's first ACC win against Virginia Tech, sophomore Maria Fuccillo utilized aggressive net play to earn a 4-6, 6-1, 6-1 victory at the No.

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