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Wahoo Weekend: Bad juju leads to losses in baseball, lacrosse, and more

Bad news pretty much all around this weekend, as Virginia faltered in both of the big spring sports and a number of others.

Golf (W) ACCs: 5th
Virginia finished smack dab in the middle of the pack during this weekend's ACC Championships held at Sedgefield Country Club. The Hoos came into the tournament ranked No. 28 in the country -- the fifth highest ranked team in the conference. Virginia finished with 51-over 903. Duke won the championship at 23-over 875, followed by North Carolina, Wake and Florida State.
Softball UMD: 1-3 L
UMD: 5-6 L
UMD: 0-8 L
Despite the strong start to the season, Virginia has now lost eight of the last nine contests, including two mercy-rule losses this week, at the hands of Radford (1-12) and Maryland (0-8). The ladies will play a double-header this Wednesday against George Mason before getting ready to travel to Blacksburg next weekend.
Baseball UNC: 1-2 L
UNC: 2-6 L
UNC: 3-5 L
Virginia lost their first ACC home series since March of 2009, having gotten swept by the 8th-ranked Tar Heels this weekend.
Tennis (M) FSU: 4-3 W
Miami: 6-1 W
Virginia completed yet another undefeated ACC season after picking up two wins this weekend. The Hoos have now won 89 straight ACC matches and are looking for their sixth consecutive ACC title. Top-seeded in next week's ACC Championships, the Cavaliers have not lost to a conference foe since 2006.
Tennis (W) Miami: 1-6 L
FSU: 4-3 W
Virginia fell to No. 9 Miami this weekend, but rebounded against No. 33 Florida State before the ACC Championships. The Hoos' seven conference wins this season ties the school record, set last year. Virginia is seeded fifth in next week's championships.
Lacrosse (M) Duke: 13-5 L
The Cavs lost to Duke. Again. Virginia earned a 2-seed in the ACC Tournament and will face Carolina.
Rowing UVa Invitational Virginia swept six races this weekend, including the first Varsity Eight, which was rowing its newest boat, dedicated to Craig Littlepage before the races began. Virginia seeks its third consecutive ACC title next week, and its 12th in 13 years.