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Free-falling Cavaliers continue tailspin

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Cavs devastated by Tribe as spread offense sputters

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Playoff prognosis

With The Cavalier Daily wrapping up its production for the semester and the school year drawing to a close, it seems as if Virginia spring sports should be finishing up, too, right?


Eventually, every song must stop and every dance must come to an end.Unfortunately for the Virginia women?s basketball team, the fun came to a halt all too early, as a dominant California team ousted the Cavaliers 99-73 in the second round of the NCAA Tournament last night.


Survive and advance. The Virginia women?s basketball team managed to do just that in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament Saturday, edging Marist 68-61 in Los Angeles.

Virginia falls to Duke in second round of ACCs

?They played a tremendous game. We did not do some of the things we needed to do.?Although Virginia women?s basketball coach Debbie Ryan could be accused of stating the obvious following the Cavaliers? 76-53 loss to Duke in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals last week, the two sentences nevertheless serve to explain the squad?s early exit from postseason conference competition.

Cavaliers edge Tar Heels in key ACC match

When sophomore Scot Robison hit the water to swim the third leg of Virginia?s 400 free relay, it appeared as if Virginia would suffer yet another close loss to its bitter foes from North Carolina.

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