Olympic Sports Roundup: Sambach fires 7-under 65 to tie UVA scoring mark

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One of the 25 players named to the preseason watch list for the 2023 ANNIKA Award presented to the nation’s top collegiate female golfer, UVA sophomore Amanda Sambach put on quite a performance during the opening round of the trophy’s namesake’s tournament. Sambach shot 7-under 65 to tie the Cavalier single-round scoring record at the ANNIKA Intercollegiate in Lake Elmo, Minn., to finish as the first-round leader.

The tournament, and player of the year trophy, are both named for former LPGA champion Annika Sorenstam, who won 89 professional events and 10 major titles during her 15 years as a professional.

Sambach finished her round with a four-shot lead over Texas’ Bohyun Park. She helped UVA grab the opening-round lead with a team score of -4, 284. Texas and Michigan are tied for second place at even par 288.

Sambach produced a round of seven birdies and no bogeys at Royal Golf Club. Last season as a freshman, she earned honorable mention All-America honors after placing third at the ACC Championships, fifth at a NCAA Regional site and 31st at the National Championships. Her best round was 3-under 69 that she shot four times during the season. Sambach led UVA with a 72.85 stroke average last year, the lowest single-season average by a first-year in program history.

Sambach’s score tied the program scoring mark set by current LPGA touring professional Lauren Coughlin in 2015 at the UCF Challenge. Coughlin also shot 7-under par.

Junior Jennifer Cleary also shot under par for the Cavaliers. She produced a round of -1, 71 to tie for fifth place after the opening 18 holes. Sophomore Megan Propeck, playing in her first collegiate tournament, shot 1-over 73 and senior Celeste Valinho rounded out the UVA team scoring with a 3-over 75. Propeck was in 15th place while Valinho was 34th. Graduate student Riley Smyth finished the first round in 45th place with a 77.

The 12-team field for the ANNIKA Intercollegiate features 11 teams ranked in the top-20 of the preseason coaches poll. The second round gets underway at 8 a.m. CT on Tuesday. Live scoring is online at Golfstat.com.

ANNIKA Intercollegiate
Royal Golf Club
Lake Elmo, Minn.
Par 72, 6,408 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
1. Virginia — 284

2. Michigan — 288
2. Texas — 288
4. Duke — 292
4. Oregon — 292
6. Wake Forest — 294
6. Florida — 294
8. South Carolina — 295
9. Arizona State — 300
10. Alabama — 303
10. Auburn — 303
12. Minnesota — 304

Individual Leaders
1. Amanda Sambach, Virginia — 65
2. Bohyun Park, Texas — 69

Virginia Results
1. Amanda Sambach   65
5. Jennifer Cleary  71
15. Megan Propeck    73
34. Celeste Valinho  75
45. Riley Smyth      77

James’ 9-under 63 leads UVA to first-round lead at Streamsong Invitational

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The Virginia men’s golf team tied its school single-round scoring record to grab the first-round lead at the Streamsong Invitational in Bowling Green, Fla. The Cavalier shot 21-under 267 during Monday’s morning round of play.

The afternoon round was not completed due to lighting in the area and darkness. It will resume at 7 a.m. Tuesday. When play was suspended, UVA stood atop the leaderboard at 38-under par. Jacksonville was in second place at 32-under.

UVA was led during the opening round by freshman Ben James, who used an eagle on his final hole to shoot 9-under 63 during his collegiate debut. That tied as the second-best single-round score in Cavalier history. James, the nation’s top-ranked junior player, had a bogey-free round that featured seven birdies in addition to his eagle on a par-four hole.

The last Virginia player to post a round of 63 was current PGATour professional Denny McCarthy. He shot that score at the U.S. Collegiate tournament in 2014. UVA’s lowest round ever was a 62 from Jimmy Stanger at the John Burns Intercollegiate in 2017.

When play was suspended, James stood at 15-under-par with three holes left to complete. His second-round score stood at 6-under with no bogeys.

The Cavaliers’ other first-round scores on Monday included a 6-under 66 from senior Pietro Bovari, a 4-under 68 from sophomore Deven Patel and a 2-under 70 from junior George Duangmanee. UVA’s fifth player, Chris Fosdick, shot 1-under 71. UVA freshman, Bryan Lee, playing as an individual, shot 68 in the first round.

The last Cavalier team to post a score of 21-under 267 was the 2014 team at the Jim West Intercollegiate at TPC Craig Ranch in McKinney, Texas. McCarthy led the squad that day with a 64. The group went on to set the UVA 54-hole scoring record of 45-under 819 with rounds of 273, 267 and 279.

Live scoring of the Streamsong Invitational is online at Golfstat.com.

Streamsong Invitational
Streamsong Resort
Bowling Green, Fla.
Par 72, 7,276 yards
First Round Results

Team Results
1. Jacksonville — 267
1. Virginia — 267
3. Texas State — 272
4. Mercer — 273
5. Florida Atlantic — 274
6. North Alabama — 276
7. Stetson — 277
8. Lipscomb — 281
9. Chattanooga — 287
9. Winthrop — 287
9. Ball State — 287
12. Lipscomb (B) — 293
13. USC Upstate — 294

Cavaliers rally to earn 4-2 win over Hokies

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Thanks to a gritty team performance, the Virginia men’s soccer team scored four goals in the final 20 minutes of action to rally from a one-goal deficit and capture a 4-2 victory over Virginia Tech on Friday night at Klöckner Stadium.

Goals (Assists)
22’ – Virginia Tech: Conor Pugh (Misei Yoshizawa)
70’ – Virginia: Andreas Ueland (Leo Afonso)
75’ – Virginia: Kome Ubogu (Asparuh Slavov, Triton Beauvois)
83’ – Virginia: Phil Horton (Penalty)
84’ – Virginia: Leo Afonso (Paul Wiese)
89’ – Virginia Tech: Misei Yoshizawa (Unassisted)


Virginia (3-2) jumped out to a hot start straight from the kickoff as the Cavaliers recorded a pair of shots in the opening minutes. Virginia kept possession of the ball applying pressure throughout the first quarter of an hour.

The opening goal was scored by the Hokies (0-4-1) in the 21st minute against the run of play. After winning a free kick ten yards outside the Virginia penalty area, Virginia Tech’s Misei Yoshizawa whipped a ball into Conor Pugh who headed the ball into the net giving his team a 1-0 lead they would take to halftime.

The second half saw more of the same from both teams as Virginia held almost all of the ball but struggled to find a way through.

Ten minutes past the hour mark, Leo Afonso dashed down the right sideline and whipped the ball into the penalty area where his fellow captain Andreas Ueland smashed it into the back of the net to level the score.

The Cavaliers poured on the pressure following the goal. Just five minutes after the team equalized, Asparuh Slavov was played into the Hokie penalty area by Triton Beauvois. The sophomore fired in a low cross in front of goal that was met by a diving Kome Ubogo who headed the ball home and put the Cavaliers on top with just 15 minutes remaining in the match.

The floodgates broke open in the 82nd when Phil Horton was brought down inside the penalty area. After Virginia Tech’s Jack Dearie was sent off with a red card, Horton calmly slotted home the penalty kick. Leo Afonso would score again in the 84th to put the finishing touch on the Cavalier victory.


  • The Cavaliers now hold a 43-5-6 record against the Hokies all-time
  • Under head coach George Gelnovatch, Virginia holds a 16-3-6 record over Virginia Tech
  • Under head coach George Gelnovatch, Virginia is now 88-32-7 immediately following a loss
  • Virginia now holds a 22-2-3 record against Virginia Tech at home
  • The Cavaliers held the Hokies to one shot in the first half
  • Paul Weise registered his first assist of the season, he led the team last season in assists with six
  • After outshooting Virginia Tech 19-8 tonight, Virginia has outshot its opponents 78-37 this season
  • Defender Andreas Ueland scored his seventh career goal
  • Forward Leo Afonso scored his third goal and first assist of the season, he currently leads Virginia in goals with three
  • Afonso joins Daniel Mangarov as the only Cavaliers to score and assist in a single game this season
  • With a game-high seven shots, forward Leo Afonso leads the ACC in total shots with 24
  • Forwards Philip Horton and Kome Ubogu scored their second goals of the season
  • Defender Aidan O’Connor made his first start as a Cavalier
  • Forward Triton Beauvois notched his first collegiate assist tonight
  • Midfielder Asparuh Slavov earned his first assist of the season


“We wanted a response after the game against Maryland. We found ourselves in a similar situation at halftime, and having gone through what we have gone through, I think we were better prepared for it. We just felt like all we needed was a goal and if we scored a goal, we were going to win this game.”


The Smithfield Commonwealth Clash, originally called the Commonwealth Challenge (2005-2007), has been a part of the UVA-Virginia Tech rivalry since 2014. It is an all-sports, points-based program with the Commonwealth Clash trophy presented to the winning school each year for its dominance in head-to-head competitions.

With the win, Virginia claims the first point of the 2022-23 season giving Virginia a 1-0 advantage over Virginia Tech.


The Cavaliers will return to Klöckner Stadium on Tuesday where they will take on La Salle. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m.

Hoos draw with VCU to conclude non-conference schedule

Virginia goalkeeper Cayla White (Photo: UVA Athletics)

The No. 5 Virginia women’s soccer team closed out the non-conference portion of its schedule at Klöckner Stadium on Sunday, playing VCU to a 0-0 draw.

It was the first draw for the Cavaliers (7-0-1) this season under the new rules in NCAA soccer eliminating overtime and the chance for a golden goal in the regular season.



The Cavaliers and Rams (2-1-5) battled for 90 minutes with Virginia outshooting VCU 24-to-7, though the home team only had six on frame to five for the Rams.

One of Virginia’s best chances came in the second half with a counter sparked by an clearance from Lia Godfrey. Godfrey sent the ball down the middle of the field to Haley Hopkins who flicked it on with a header to Alexa Spaanstra making a run down the left side. Spaanstra then sent the ball back through to Hopkins running with her down the middle of the field for a one-on-one chance as Hopkins got in behind the defender. The VCU keeper came off her line and made the save, sliding to block the shot and turning away the opportunity for Virginia.


  • Virginia is 5-0-2 all-time against VCU and the draw snapped a stretch of four straight wins for UVA in the series.
  • Cayla White posted her fourth solo shutout of the season as she made five saves on the afternoon.
  • It is the seventh straight shutout for the Hoos as UVA has gone 648:08 minutes without allowing a goal.
  • The 648:08 minute scoreless streak is the fifth-longest by Virginia in program history.


“VCU played very hard and were really organized. I give them a lot of credit. We knew they would be a quality team and they were. I thought we did enough to get a result. It was a little bit unfortunate we didn’t have enough quality in the final third to put one in the back of the net. We have to be sharper in some different areas and there are things we can take away from this game. These things happen, but we’re obviously disappointed in the result.”

On Thursday, a pair of freshmen combined for three goals in the first half, as Maggie Cagle and Maya Carter helped spark the offense for Virginia in a 5-0 home victory over Oregon State at Klöckner Stadium. Carter scored a pair of goals, while Cagle, Lia Godfrey and Emma Dawson also scored goals for the Cavaliers. Samar Guidry added a pair of assists.

“This group of first years has been impactful from the beginning,” said Swanson. “We had another one get her first goal [Thursday] in Maggie Cagle. She’s been terrific for us all year. It was nice to get Meredith McDermott out there after she’s been battling mono for a while. Maya Carter scored a really nice goal with her head right before the half and has been making contributions. Both Tatum Galvin and Jill Flammia have made big impacts for us.  The whole group of newcomers have been impactful. We’re still trying to sort out roles for a bit, especially having Samar Guidry and Laney Rouse back in the mix, but that’s starting to come now.”


Virginia will jump into ACC play on Saturday when the Cavaliers travel to face No. 2 North Carolina in a 6 p.m. contest at Dorrance Field.

No. 9 Cavaliers edged 3-2 at top-ranked Northwestern

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The No. 9 Virginia field hockey team suffered a 3-2 loss to the reigning NCAA champions, No. 1 Northwestern on Sunday at Lakeside Field in Evanston, Ill.

Virginia (3-2) fell into a 2-0 deficit after the Wildcats scored on their first two penalty corner chances, but a goal by senior Laura Janssen cut the lead in half. Trailing 3-1 in the fourth quarter, senior Cato Geusgens scored off a penalty corner with six minutes left in the game to pull UVA back to within one, but the Wildcats held on for the win. 


Northwestern earned its 2-0 advantage after Bente Baekers scored their two corner goals, the first in the first quarter followed by a strike three minutes into the second period. Janssen puts the Cavaliers on the board a minute later, firing off a hot shot on goal that pinged off the cage. She corralled her own rebound and fired again, this time finding the corner of the net.

Northwestern (6-0) added to its 2-1 lead 3:39 into the second half.

In the fourth quarter, freshman Caroline Nemec drew a foul in the circle to earn a penalty corner, setting up the Geusgens goal. Virginia pulled its goalie for the final 2:52 of play, but could not score the equalizer. Sophomore goalkeeper Tyler Kennedy matched her career high with eight saves.


  • The start of the game was delayed 30 minutes because of lightning in the area and was played in a steady rain the entire game
  • Northwestern held a 17-11 edge in shots and a 6-5 advantage in corners
  • Virginia snapped a streak of three-straight Northwestern shutouts
  • Northwestern’s Bente Baekers leads the nation in scoring. Her two goals were her 11th and 12th of the season
  • Laura Janssen’s goal was her team-best fifth of the season
  • Cato Geusgen’s goal was the first for the defender since her freshman season
  • Northwestern won the program’s first NCAA title last year


“We had opportunities to win the game. To have those opportunities against the number one team in the country is just a credit to the entire team’s attack and defense and their mentality to win it. And their mentality to do it together.”


Virginia opens conference play by traveling to No. 20 Boston College on Friday. The match begins at 4 p.m. The Cavaliers return home to host No. 12 Saint Joseph’s on Sunday at 2 p.m. That match will be televised on the ACC Network.

Virginia splits weekend matches with Charlotte to open home schedule


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In a dramatic finish, Virginia came up victorious in five sets (25-22, 25-21, 21-25, 23-25, 16-14) over Charlotte in the Cavaliers’ home opener at Memorial Gymnasium Friday evening. On Saturday afternoon, Virginia (6-3) and Charlotte (6-3) once again found themselves in a five-set showdown, but this time it was the 49ers who won the decisive fifth game, defeating Virginia (25-15, 20-25, 17-25, 22-25, 15-13).

Grace Turner posted her seventh career double-double Friday with a career-high 23 kills and 15 digs, while hitting .422 in the win. Mary Shaffer (17 kills) and Abby Tadder (11 kills, 5 aces) also contributed offensively for UVA.

Charlotte’s Emani Foster, who was second in the nation in kills per set entering Friday’s contest, recorded a match-high 24 kills on 59 swings, hit .305, and tallied 16 digs.

Virginia trailed 5-4 early in set No. 1 before scoring four unanswered to give the Cavaliers an 8-5 advantage, a lead they maintained for the remainder of the frame. Virginia scored 69 percent of the time when in receive, which contributed to three service aces for the Hoos. For the set, UVA tallied 15 kills, including four by Mattison Matthews who took five swings. Turner tallied five digs in the opening game. 

Turner kicked it in gear offensively in the second, ripping eight kills on 10 swings in addition to six digs. After the 49ers scored the first point of the set, Virginia quickly secured its first lead, which once again it did not relinquish for the remainder of the set. Charlotte trailed by as a little as two (20-18) late in game No. 2, but Shaffer and Tadder teamed up for a block on the right side, which ultimately led to the Cavaliers’ second-set victory, 25-21. Once again Virginia tallied 15 kills in the set and hit .333, while holding the 49ers to a .100 hitting percentage in the second. 

A 10-3 scoring run by the 49ers in the middle of the set along with eight kills by Foster and four UVA service errors proved to be the difference in set No. 3, which Charlotte won, 25-21. After trailing by as many as five (21-16) late in the third, UVA cut its deficit to 23-21, but back-to-back 49er points put Charlotte on the board after winning the third, 25-21. 

In the fourth, it was five UVA service errors that spoiled the Cavaliers’ hopes of a four-set win. Although Shaffer, who tallied five kills in the fourth, started to heat up offensively, the 49ers scored the final three points to steal set No. 4, 25-23, and even the match 2-2 to force a decisive fifth. 

The Cavaliers scored six straight points in the middle of game No. 5 to grasp an 11-6 lead. Charlotte clawed its way back to ultimately tie the set, 14-14, and force extra plays. In a fitting end, the Cavaliers erased all hope of a Charlotte comeback after Shaffer and Turner posted back-to-back kills, respectively, to deliver yet another UVA victory in five sets.

With the win, Virginia improved to 6-1, marking its best start to a season since 2014, when the Cavaliers also won six of their first seven matches. The Cavaliers also improved to 3-0 in the all-time series, which began in 1984. 

Turner (23 kills, 15 digs) posted her seventh career double-double. Turner’s 23 kills are a career high. Her previous best was 21 kills.

Tadder finished with five service aces, her career high, and the most by a Cavalier in a single match since Turner did so at NC State on Sept. 24, 2021.

On Saturday, Turner again led the Cavaliers with 22 kills on 46 swings. UVA newcomer GG Carvacho (12 kills, .476 hit%) had her best outing as a Cavalier.

The 49ers took the opening set, 25-15, after 11 UVA attack errors, including five blocks by Charlotte, halted any chance of momentum for the Hoos. The 49ers hit .381, while Virginia hit -.100 after totaling just eight kills in the opening frame. 

In the second, Charlotte led 22-15, but the Cavaliers did not go away quietly, scoring five straight points to shrink the 49ers’ lead to 22-20. After Turner’s fifth termination of the set, Charlotte posted three straight kills of its own to win set No. 2, 25-20, and take a 2-0 lead heading into the break. Carvacho put down all six balls set her direction in the second and was 3-for-3 in serve-receive. 

Coming out of the intermission, Virginia got into a groove offensively and led by as many as 11 (20-9) thanks to a flurry of scoring runs. Charlotte managed to cut the UVA lead to as little as eight as the Cavaliers went on to win the third, 25-17, and get on the board with its first set win of the match. Turner posted eight kills on 10 swings and added two service aces in game No. 3. 

Virginia led 20-18 before first-year defensive specialist Kate Johnson came off the bench and dialed up back-to-back aces to extend the UVA lead to 22-18. The Cavaliers had set point, 24-21, but Charlotte’s Emani Foster, who finished the match with a team-high 17 kills, terminated a ball to cut UVA’s lead to two, 24-22. UVA head coach Shannon Wells signaled for time and coming out of the huddle, Turner put down her 21st kill of the match to seal the set win for the Hoos, 25-22, and force a yet another decisive fifth set in as many days between the two teams. 

A 4-0 run by the 49ers in the middle of the fifth gave Charlotte a 12-10 advantage and proved to be the difference in the game. After Carvacho’s 12th kill of the contest broke up the 49ers’ run, Johnson was back to serve again for the Cavaliers three plays later. With Johnson behind the service line, the Cavaliers tied the fifth, 13-13, on a Charlotte attack error, but back-to-back 49er points ended the set, 15-13, and match.

Virginia totaled 57 assists in the match, led by setters Ashley Le (30 assists) and Gabby Easton (18 assists).  UVA libero Madison Morey finished with a match-high 14 digs. The match was the fourth instance this season that the Cavaliers went to five sets. UVA is 3-1 in such contests this year.


Virginia continues its eight-game homestand next weekend when it hosts East Carolina (Friday, 12:30 p.m.), Mercer (Friday, 7:30 p.m.) and Maryland (Saturday, 3 p.m.) in Mem Gym.

Greco joins Virginia Men’s Lax staff as volunteer assistant coach


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Virginia men’s lacrosse head coach Lars Tiffany announced the addition of former UVA defenseman Logan Greco as the program’s volunteer assistant coach on Monday. Greco was a member of the Cavaliers’ 2019 NCAA Championship team and served as the volunteer assistant coach at Richmond for the 2020 and 2021 seasons.

During his time with the Spiders, Greco assisted with one of the most elite defenses in the nation. In 2021, Richmond led the country in caused turnovers, forcing 10.62 takeaways per game. Greco and the Spiders also led the Southern Conference in clear percentage (.902) and scoring defense (9.62/game), good for third and eighth in the nation, respectively.

A native of Hauppauge, New York, Greco is a four-time UVA letterwinner. He was voted a USILA All-American Honorable Mention in 2019 after starting in all 20 of UVA’s games. That season, he collected 38 ground balls, including seven in the NCAA Tournament, and totaled 21 caused turnovers. One of Greco’s signature performances was during the 2019 ACC Tournament championship game, a 10-4 triumph over Notre Dame, when he tallied five ground balls and four caused turnovers to lead the Cavaliers to the program’s 18th ACC title.

Greco earned his undergraduate degree in 2019 as a double major in foreign affairs and history from UVA’s School of Arts & Sciences.

Greco and his fiancé, Gabrielle, reside in Charlottesville. The couple are to be wed in December of 2022 and have a dog named Harley.

“Logan is back,” exclaimed UVA head coach Lars Tiffany. “To have a starting defenseman from a title team return to Charlottesville to share his experience and wisdom with our men is a stroke of good fortune for UVA Lacrosse. Logan is an enthusiastic and detail-orientated coach. To say he is unafraid of long hours is to understate his eagerness for the coaching profession: he loves the grind. Logan will coordinate the defense with me, teaching techniques to our short stick and six-foot defensemen as well as tactical schemes.”

UVA Women’s Tennis releases 2022-23 schedule


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The Virginia women’s tennis team announced its 2022-23 schedule Monday. Virginia opens the fall portion of the schedule with a home tournament next weekend, Sept. 16-18, at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort.

Spring dual match season opens with a doubleheader against Richmond and James Madison on Friday, Jan. 20. For the second-straight year, the Cavaliers will be hosting ITA Kickoff Weekend matches (Jan. 27-28) with South Carolina, Northwestern and Washington State all coming to town to play for a spot at the ITA National Team Indoor Championships, which are being held this year in Seattle.

The Cavaliers host seven ACC opponents in dual matches, kicking off conference play with a weekend homestand against North Carolina (Feb. 24) and Duke (Feb. 26).

The ACC championships move back to the Cary Tennis Center in Cary, N.C. and run from April 19-23.

The NCAA Women’s Tennis Championship will begin with regional action at sites on May 5-6. Super Regionals for the final 16 teams will be held at eight sites May 12-14. The team finals, featuring eight teams, begin on May 22 in Orlando, Fla. with the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships taking place after the conclusion of the team championship.

2022 Fall Tournament Schedule

Sept. 16-18               WAHOOWA INVITE                      Charlottesville, Va.

Sept. 22-25               NC State Spotlight Invite                    Cary, N.C.

Oct. 1-9                    ITA All-American                             Cary, N.C.

Oct. 20-24                 ITA Atlantic Regional                        Blacksburg, Va.

Oct. 24-30                 W60 Toronto                                     Toronto, Canada

Oct. 28-30                 Tennessee Invite                                Knoxville, Tenn.

Nov. 2-46                 ITA Fall Championships                     San Diego, Calif.

2023 Spring Dual Match Schedule

Jan. 20                     RICHMOND                                   Charlottesville, Va.   

Jan. 20                     JAMES MADISON                          Charlottesville, Va.


Jan. 27                     WASHINGTON STATE                  Charlottesville, Va.

Jan. 28                     Championship/Consolation               Charlottesville, Va.

Feb. 5                       WILLIAM & MARY                       Charlottesville, Va.

Feb. 10-13 (Fri-Mon) ITA National Team Indoors                Seattle, Wash.

Feb. 24                     NORTH CAROLINA*                     Charlottesville, Va.

Feb. 26                     DUKE*                                            Charlottesville, Va.

Mar. 3                      at Syracuse*                                      Syracuse, N.Y.

Mar. 5                      at Boston College*                             Chestnut Hill, Mass.

Mar. 10                     at UCF                                             Orlando, Fla.

Mar. 17                    NOTRE DAME*                              Charlottesville, Va.

Mar. 19                    LOUISVILLE                                  Charlottesville, Va.   

Mar. 24                     at Miami*                                         Miami, Fla.

Mar. 26                     at Florida State*                                 Tallahassee, Fla.

Mar. 31                    GEORGIA TECH*                          Charlottesville, Va.

Apr. 2                      CLEMSON*                                    Charlottesville, Va.

Apr. 6                      VIRGINIA TECH*                          Charlottesville, Va.   

Apr. 14                     at NC STATE*                                  Raleigh, N.C.

Apr. 15                     at Wake Forest                                  Winston Salem, NC

Apr. 19-23                      ACC Championships                                      Cary, N.C.

May 5-6                           NCAA 1st & 2nd Rounds                                 TBD

May 12-14                      NCAA Super Regional                                   TBD

May 17-21                      NCAA Team Championship                         Orlando, Fla.

May 22-27                      NCAA Individual Championships               Orlando, Fla.