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Junior attacker Kelly Boyd scored three goals to lead the Cavaliers. 

Notre Dame nips Virginia in ACC tourney, 7-6

For the second time this season, the No. 5 Virginia women’s lacrosse team suffered a loss at the hands of No. 11 Notre Dame — this time in a more defensive battle between the two teams for a final score of 7-6 in the quarterfinal round of the ACC tournament held Thursday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium.

Senior attacker Casey Bocklet tormented the Hokies Friday evening, scoring a career-high six goals and adding an assist. 

Women’s lacrosse downs Tech on senior day, 17-10

The seniors on the No. 5 Virginia women’s lacrosse team have led their team to victory time after time this season, and it was no different Friday when they were honored before Virginia’s regular-season finale against Virginia Tech in the team’s annual senior day ceremony.

Women’s lacrosse prepares for Virginia Tech

With the ACC tournament set for next week and the NCAA tournament following in early May, the No. 5 Virginia women’s lacrosse team still has plenty of games to play, but the Cavaliers will first have to get through in-state rival Virginia Tech.

Women's lacrosse surges past Louisville

After scoring only four goals against Notre Dame last weekend, the No. 6 Virginia women’s lacrosse team bounced back with 17 goals in a 17-9 win against No. 11 Louisville Sunday in its penultimate regular season game.

Senior attacker Daniela Eppler scored twice in the loss to Notre Dame. She has started every game for Virginia this season, and has 10 goals and four assists to her name. 

Women’s lacrosse hosts Louisville in Sunday matinee

After an uncharacteristic 14-4 loss Saturday to Notre Dame snapped its six-game winning streak, the Virginia women’s lacrosse team looks to bounce back Sunday by staying “hungry” against Louisville in the Cavaliers’ third straight home game.

Shorten the NBA “dance”

Taking advantage of March Madness, the NBA has a new series of commercials out to promote their playoffs entitled, “The Dance Never Ends.”

Cavaliers down Navy, 15-13

The Virginia women’s lacrosse team held off a second half charge by Navy to secure its sixth straight win with a 15-13 victory in Charlottesville over the Midshipmen Wednesday night.

Freshman goalie Rachel Vander Kolk made 18 saves in the Cavaliers' fifth consecutive win. She is the second Virginia goalie to record 15-plus saves in a game since 2009. 

No. 5 Virginia upends No. 2 Boston College, 15-13

For the second Saturday in a row, the No. 5 Virginia women’s lacrosse team ended a team’s quest for an undefeated season—this time beating No. 2 Boston College 15-13 under the falling snow in Newton, Massachusetts.

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