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Women's Tennis


NCAA Tournament bid put to test on road

With an NCAA Tournament bid on the line, it's crunch time for the No. 34 Virginia women's tennis squad, which heads down to North Carolina for its final road trip of the season to face off against conference rivals N.C.



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ACC schedule continues in Florida

The Virginia women's tennis team will get into the heart of its ACC schedule when it heads down to Florida this weekend for a doubleheader against Florida State and Miami, the highest ranked teams Virginia has played thus far. The Cavaliers enter the weekend after winning seven of their last eight matches, including a 5-2 win Sunday against Virginia Tech - a victory that was much closer than the score may seem to indicate. "There were definitely some points during that match, even in the singles, where it looked like it could of turned the other way," sophomore Emily Fraser said.


Sophomore shines among Cavaliers

Even among the strong players that comprise the No. 27 Virginia women's tennis team - which holds a 10-3 record and is undefeated in the ACC - sophomore Lindsey Hardenbergh is able to stand out. Currently ranked No.


Virginia rolls through competition

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Cavs topple Tribe by wide margin

[caption id="attachment_33451" align="alignleft" width="206" caption="Sophomore Lindsey Hardenbergh and freshman Erin Vierra each struggled during the first set of their singles matches before crusing to victory in the seconds.


Fraser clinches victory for Cavaliers

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Cavs thrive in first dual match

The Virginia women's tennis team entered Sunday unsure of how it would perform in its first dual match, especially against a more experienced Illinois squad, which boasted six upperclassmen.

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