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Etu qualifies for Olympic Trials

Virginia wrestler Josh Etu qualified for the Olympic Trials yesterday after finishing seventh at the 2000 U.S National Wrestling Championships in Las Vegas with a record of 3-2.

Jackets try to rebound after last season's setback

After last year's disappointing season, one goal lies ahead for the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets - making it to the NCAA Tournament. Coach Bobby Cremins and his squad will be under intense scrutiny after last season, which was marred by a 15-16 record. Although the Yellow Jackets were a dynamic and talented team last season, the chemistry was severely lacking. "We've taken a lot of criticism, and rightfully so," Cremins said.

Cavs look to rebound against Duke

With Saturday's devastating loss to Virginia Tech still lingering in the minds of many Virginia football fans, the Cavs realize that they have to put the past behind them. Forget the fact that the slaughter occurred in front of a record crowd of 51,800.

Surgery to end Griffith's year

High hopes for Travis Griffith's final year of Cavalier football were shattered with yesterday's announcement that the defensive end will need season-ending ankle surgery.

Carolina tars, feathers field hockey in shutout

The Cavalier field hockey team fell to North Carolina 1-0 yesterday, marking its first loss of the season. The Tar Heels (6-1, 1-0 ACC) tallied the only goal of the game when forward Kristen McCann scored with 7:33 to go.

Ankle injury shelves Griffith

Yesterday Virginia football coach George Welsh announced that defensive end and tri-captain Travis Griffith will be sidelined indefinitely with a sprained ankle. Griffith has struggled with injuries throughout his collegiate career.

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