|No. 3 Baseball||Maryland||4-2 (W); 4-2 (W)
||The Hoos took care of business, sweeping the Terps this weekend with two come-from-behind victories in a double header.
|No. 2 M Lacrosse
||No. 11 Johns Hopkins
||Virginia's defense wasn't able to keep up, and the rally fell short, after Hopkins opened out to a quick 4-0 lead. The Hoos were able to pull ahead by one with just a couple minutes to go, but ultimately fell to Hopkins for the first time in seven tries.
|No. 8 W Lacrosse
||No. 3 Duke
||Virginia fell to 0-3 in the ACC after Duke got hot midway through the second half to go from an even 6-6 score to up 9-6 on the Cavs and never looked back.
||There was no storybook ending for head coach Debbie Ryan, who coached her final game on Saturday in the quarterfinals of the WNIT.
||0-13 (L) (5); 0-7 (L)
||The Cavaliers dropped two to Maryland on Saturday, falling to 15-17, 0-5 ACC.
|No. 17 W Tennis
||No. 6 Miami
||Virginia lost the doubles point and the first two singles points, but rallied back to 3-3 to tie the match before Miami's Kayla Rizzolo edged out Erin Vierra at No. 4 in three sets.
|No. 7 W Golf
||Bryan National Collegiate, Day 2
||Virginia made up some ground today and is only five strokes back, tied with No. 4 Duke for third.
|M Swim/Div||NCAA Championships||The Virginia men had its highest finish in program history, taking eighth at the 2011 NCAA Championships. The Cavaliers finished with eight All-America performances and seven honorable mentions.
|Track & Field
||Raleigh Relays, Day 2
||Senior Andy Fahringer won the javelin on Saturday with a personal-best and UVa second-best mark of 239' 7".
|No. 1 Rowing
||No. 4 Stanford
||The Cavaliers won two of the three races against Stanford in Redwood Shores, California on Saturday. Virginia took the Second Varsity Eight and the Varsity Four races, but it was the Cardinal who took the Varsity Eight.