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Joe Abrams

Young leads softball by example

Being a great athlete takes more than just talent - one must also have a good work ethic, teamwork skills, a positive attitude, leadership ability and love of the game.

Baseball looks to snap

CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - There is light at the end of the tunnel for the Virginia baseball team. After losing 10 of their last 11 games, the Cavaliers (19-20, 6-12 ACC) solidly defeated North Carolina, 5-2, Sunday at Boshamer Stadium.

Virginia baseball weaves win over Spiders

Virginia's baseball team is known more for their hitting talent than their pitching abilities. But Canon Hickman's brilliant shutout performance led the Cavaliers (16-10) past Richmond, 1-0, in a true pitching duel at U.Va.

Cavaliers torpedo Lady Pirate attack

You could call last night's game exciting. You could call it nerve-wracking. The Virginia women's basketball team would call it too close for comfort. The Cavaliers (17-11, 7-7 ACC) eked out a 75-72 victory against a surprisingly tough Hampton squad last night at University Hall.

Indoor track throws its way into top eight

Virginia sophomore Eliese Mitchell accounted for two of the Virginia indoor track and field team's nine top-eight finishes in the National Open at Penn State on Saturday. Mitchell took fourth place in the 20-pound hammer weight with a throw of 17.09 meters and seventh in the shot put with a 13.68-meter effort.

Jays squash Cav title dream

Once again, the NCAA quarterfinals became the graveyard of another talented Virginia men's soccer team. The Cavaliers threw away their national title hopes in a frustrating 3-0 defeat to Creighton Saturday.

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