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Weekend Previews: Dec. 5-7

The Skinny: The Cavaliers are 8-0 for the first time since 2003 largely thanks to their stifling defense, which currently ranks No. 1 nationally in scoring. Their most recent triumph came Wednesday, 76-65, at the expense of former ACC foe Maryland, who scored 13 points less than their season average against Virginia.


Weekend previews: Nov. 14-16

A skinny on weekend competition for the cross country, wrestling, and swim and dive teams. Full previews for the men's basketball, women's basketball, volleyball and women's soccer weekend matchups are also available online.


Oklahoma City, NCAAs await wrestlers

No. 12 Virginia wrestling reaches the end of its long, hard journey at the NCAA Championships this week in Oklahoma City, Okla. Three days’ worth of nonstop wrestling against the nation’s best awaits them, and the ultimate prize of being called a national champion is on the line.


Wrestling seeks success at ACC Championships

The No. 12 Virginia wrestling team will travel to Blacksburg, Va. for the ACC Championship tournament this Saturday. At stake will be 34 stamped tickets to Oklahoma City for the NCAA Championship the following week, a great deal of pride and the illustrious ACC Championship trophy.

	Redshirt junior Nick Sulzer is 30-1 in 2013-14.

Wrestling tangles with adversity, enjoys banner year

This was banner season for 12th-ranked Virginia wrestling. The Cavaliers (18-3, 5-1 ACC) recorded the second-most wins in program history, made then-No. 8 Virginia Tech their highest-ranked victim ever while snapping an eight-match losing streak to the Hokies, and captured their first Virginia Duals banner.


ACC honors four Cavalier athletes

The ACC tabbed four Virginia athletes for weekly awards Tuesday. Honorees included redshirt junior wrestler Joe Spisak, sophomore lacrosse player James Pannell, junior JB Kolod of the men’s swim and dive team and freshman swimmer Leah Smith.


No. 13 wrestling edges Maryland, crushes Bucknell

The No. 13 Virginia wrestling team, coming off its first ACC loss of the season, captured a pair of home wins against Maryland and Bucknell this weekend. The Cavaliers (15-3, 3-1 ACC) narrowly escaped a late comeback by the Terrapins (5-8, 1-3 ACC) to prevail 16-15 Friday. Virginia then easily downed the Bison (7-9, 3-2 EIWA) 29-12 Sunday.