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Kristen Cauley

Serving up help any way they can

For the four seniors of the No. 4 Virginia women’s tennis team, upsetting top-ranked Duke at home, reaching a program-best No. 3 ranking twice and looking ahead to a potentially deep postseason run are just some of the highlights of their final season. As the younger players continue to be the faces of another successful season, these veteran players play a major behind-the-scenes role in helping the team strive in ways not always visible on the court.

	Sophomore Stephanie Nauta is 12-1 in singles play this season.

No. 6 women's tennis punishes Panthers, Irish

The No. 6 Virginia women’s tennis team won both conference matches this weekend, improving to 6-1 in ACC play. After the Cavaliers (12-5, 6-1 ACC) defeated No. 22 Notre Dame, they welcomed new rival Pittsburgh to Charlottesville for the first time. Virginia shut out the Panthers to complete the weekend sweep.

No. 13 Virginia completes weekend sweep, downs No. 1 Duke

The No. 13 Virginia women’s tennis team made school history Friday, upsetting No. 1 Duke 5-2 to earn the program’s first home victory against a top-ranked opponent. After handing the Blue Devils their first loss of the season, the Cavaliers traveled to No. 62 Boston College to face the Eagles Sunday. Virginia managed keep its ACC record perfect, defeating the Eagles 6-1 to improve to 7-2 on the season.

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