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Kate Lipper

Nittany Lions shut out visiting Cavs

On Sunday in University Park, Pa., the Virginia women's soccer team dropped its third-round match of the NCAA Tournament to the host Nittany Lions of Penn State, 3-0.

Cavaliers take pair of victories off Blue Devils

The competition might have been lacking, but that didn't stop the undefeated Virginia men's and women's swimming teams and their fans from exhibiting impressive spirit throughout their first ACC dual meet against Duke this weekend. Cheers coming from the pool at the Aquatic & Fitness Center reverberated out into the street. Before the events began, the Cavaliers streamed out of the locker room chanting in unison and throughout the meet, stood poolside and rooted on their teammates, adding festivity to the slaughter. Throughout the meet, as expected, the No.

Virginia swimming hosts Duke in the season's first dual meet

The Virginia swimming program faces ACC rival Duke in their home pool tomorrow in what will be its first conference dual meet of the season. Both the Cavalier men (1-0) and women (1-0) have much reason to feel confident in their chances against the Blue Devils. Last year, an outstanding Virginia men's swimming team (8-2, 5-0 ACC) completed its season with their fourth-consecutive first-place finish at the ACC Championships and a national 11th-place finish at the NCAA Tournament, the highest placement in school history. This season, 22 letter winners return for the men, including eight All-Americans.

Borski scores game-winner at last second

On Halloween eve, in her final game at Klöckner Stadium, senior forward Darci Borski gave the Virginia women's soccer team (10-5-2, 3-3 ACC) a treat to remember. On a frigid evening, after more than 89 minutes of scoreless action against ACC rival N.C.

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