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Cav wrestlers look to replace departed stars

One would think the graduation of two All-Americans would spell doom for this year's Cavalier wrestling squad, but nothing could be farther from the truth. "Although we did lose two All-Americans, we still have the ability to achieve much success," 165-pound third-year Greg Francesca said. "Our goal each year is to win the ACC Championships," Cav Coach Lenny Bernstein said.

Hand provides crucial weapon against ACC foes

The Virginia men's basketball squad features a variety of new weapons in its arsenal, but none may be more lethal than that of third year Donald Hand. "He's one of our toughest guys," Cavalier Coach Pete Gillen said.

Men soccer's midfield takes Totten's lead

When second-year midfielder Steve Totten entered the University and joined the men's soccer team last fall, everyone expected him to do well, but even the greatest of optimists could not have predicted the New Jersey native's spectacular play so early in his career. "I wasn't sure if I'd be ready right away," Totten said.

Men's soccer silences Thundering Herd, 3-0

In preparation for a number of upcoming tests, the Virginia men's soccer team blanked Marshall 3-0 last night at Klöckner Stadium. "It was a win," Virginia coach George Gelnovatch said.

Men's soccer takes 27th straight win over Hokies

In what looked like a massacre on paper, the Virginia men's soccer team just barely escaped Klockner Stadium with a 2-1 victory over Virginia Tech last night. Tech "is a better team than we thought they were," Cav coach George Gelnovatch said.

Men's soccer ends in 1-1 tie with Deacons

In an ACC match-up that proved to be as tenacious as expected, the Virginia men's soccer team battled Wake Forest to a 1-1 tie. "It was a hard-fought game," Virginia coach George Gelnovatch said.

O'Donnell boosts young Cavs

He might not be the flashiest player on Virginia's men's soccer team, but when Drew O'Donnell takes the field you can count on one thing for sure - he'll get the job done and get it done well. "He's not a guy who has a lot of statistics," coach George Gelnovatch said.

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