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DiCamillo emerges as wrestling star

Sports fans are often overly anxious to appoint the next star. Competitors are showered with undue superlatives, and “once in a lifetime” athletes seem to come around every decade or so. Occasionally, an athlete truly deserves all the positive attention.


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Cavaliers sweep first quad meet

The No. 16 Virginia wrestling team swept its season-opening matches against Anderson, Ohio, and UT-Chattanooga, putting on a clinical performance during its Saturday meet. Virginia’s first opponent, Division-II Anderson University, proved no match as the Cavaliers prevailed 37-12.


Sports

Matmen host first home meet

After more than six months away from the mat, the No. 14 Virginia men’s wrestling team returns Saturday to host a season-opening meet against Anderson (S.C), Ohio and Chattanooga.


Sports

Matmen keep streak alive

The No. 20 Virginia wrestling team took to the road Saturday for the first time since its Jan. 13 defeat of N.C.


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Matmen hope to bring winning streak south

The No. 20 Virginia wrestling team travels to Boone, N.C. tomorrow to face Appalachian State (10-3, 4-0 SoCon) with the goal of winning its seventh consecutive dual meet. The last time Virginia (8-1, 4-1 ACC) took to the mat, the Cavaliers defeated a scrappy Rutgers squad 24-12 even while wrestling without two of their nationally ranked stalwarts, No.


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