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Greg Hallmark

Stellar pitching nabs sweep for Cavaliers

Saturday was a beautiful day for the Virginia softball team in more ways than one. While the spring weather for the Cavaliers' doubleheader against Georgia Tech was almost perfect, the pitching and clutch hitting were even better. Virginia pitchers gave up five hits in the two games and led the Cavaliers (39-13, 2-2 ACC) to win the first game, 2-1, on a walk-off double by sophomore Ruby Rojas and the second game, 1-0, on an extra-inning home run by senior Meaghan Young. "It was a great pitching duel," Virginia coach Cheryl Sprangel said.

Cavs smoke Blazers but win just 1-0

In last night's unseasonably cool Charlottesville weather, the Virginia women's soccer team defeated Alabama-Birmingham 1-0 in the make-up of Monday's lightning-postponed game. Cavalier center midfielder Lori Lindsey scored the game's only goal 16 minutes into the match with help from a picture perfect long ball played to her by sophomore defender Brooke Stastny. The No.

Jenkins named lax player of week

Virginia men's lacrosse player David Jenkins was named Division I Player of the Week for his instrumental role in helping the Cavaliers claim their second straight ACC championship over the weekend.

Women's lacrosse heads down right path

Now 12 games into the season, the Virginia women's lacrosse team is off to a fresh start. Before Saturday's win over Duke, the Cavs were 0-4 against top-10 teams and were left feeling that something was missing in their season.

Tar Heels stomp softball in conference opening series

The Virginia softball team left the cold and rainy Park Sunday afternoon dejected after a performance Virginia coach Cheryl Sprangel called frustrating and embarrassing. The Cavaliers dropped to 15-27 overall and 0-2 in the ACC, losing to North Carolina (31-13, 2-0) for the second time this weekend.

Baseball faces JMU, hopes to end errors

Having won seven of its last nine games, the Virginia baseball team will look to continue its recent hot streak on the road at James Madison today at 3 p.m. Beginning the season with six losses and a tie, the Cavaliers appeared to be reverting to the disappointing habits of last season, when they finished with a 21-35 record. But the Cavs (7-8-1) have not looked back since winning their first game Feb.

Montgomery spurs tennis to victory

The Virginia men's tennis team faced one of its toughest tests of the season but managed to pull out a 4-2 victory over Ohio State yesterday with some timely singles victories. The day began inauspiciously for the No.

Men's tennis knocks off Spartans with ease

The No. 20 Virginia men's tennis team remained undefeated in the spring season, routing Michigan State, 6-1, Sunday at the Boar's Head Sports Club. The Cavaliers (4-0) won five of six singles matches and swept the three doubles competitions.

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