This weekend's success split almost straight down the gender line, where the men's sports were mostly successful, while the women's sports stumbled a bit.
|Golf (M)||Koch Invitational: 7th||18th-ranked Virginia finished seventh this weekend in the Gary Koch Invitational down in Florida, taking a big hit on the final day by shooting 13-over par. Had they finished even on day three, they would have finished tied for second in the tournament.
|Golf (W)||Bryan National: 11th
||25th-ranked Virginia finished 11th at the Bryan National Collegiate in a tight race start to finish. Going into the tournament, Virginia was the seventh highest-ranked team.|
|Softball||UNC: 2-3 L
UNC: 0-2 L
UNC: 6-7 L
|You have to feel bad for the Hoos, who put up a strong fight against No. 23 North Carolina before getting swept by a combined four runs. Not even a six-run seventh inning could pull the Hoos out of desperation.
|Baseball||Wake: 9-4 W
Wake: 4-1 W
|The Hoos got off to a rocky start for the season, but it looks like the freshmen are settling in and pulling through, as Virginia has won 13 straight home games, including two this past weekend. Mike Scott will throw the first pitch tonight as Virginia tries to sweep the Demon Deacons.|
|Tennis (M)||Clemson: 6-1 W
GT: 6-1 W
|Fun fact: UVA has won 87 straight matches over ACC opponents. Virginia men's tennis: where amazing happens. If that slogan catches on anywhere, you read it here first.|
|Tennis (W)||GT: 6-1 W
Clemson: 1-6 L
|No. 13 UVA took down Georgia Tech with ease on Friday, but fell to No. 24 Clemson and broke its three-match win streak on senior night. Maria Fuccillo was the only Hoo to go down to Georgia Tech, but was also the only one to notch a point over Clemson.
|Lacrosse (M)||UNC: 15-10 W
||Virginia cruised to another victory on Saturday, where Steele Stanwick had yet another display of offensive firepower. Friday's matchup against Duke will be for the regular season ACC title.
|Lacrosse (W)||VT: 9-10 L (OT)||No. 7 Virginia handed Virginia Tech their first conference win on Saturday. Virginia led by as many as two, but needed a goal in the final 30 seconds to bring the game to overtime, where the Hokies struck first.