This will mark the Cavaliers’ 15th trip to the NCAA Tournament Round of 16 in the last 16 seasons.
With the two wins over the weekend, this marks the first ACC regular-season title for Coach Andres Pedroso as the head coach of the Virginia men’s tennis team.
Virginia leaves its new facility at Boar’s Head for the season a perfect 10-0 and remains undefeated in the ACC.
It is reasonable to believe that Virginia will eclipse their season-high No. 4 rank, and potentially earn the top spot in the country with less than a month before postseason play.
Although it was two different ACC opponents, it was the same story for the hot Cavaliers as they handled business over the weekend.
After a competitive doubles frame, the Cavaliers won their next three singles matches in straight sets on courts one, three and five to seal the match.
It was dominant work for the Cavaliers, winners of three straight, as they played complementary and gritty tennis throughout the match.