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Wahoo Weekend: Better Late than Never

Your weekend wrap is coming at you a day late because we wanted to be sure to include today's women's lacrosse victory over Harvard. Alternatively, the weekend went by a little faster than we expected and we were caught off guard when Monday rolled around. In any event, after you're done voting in the first round of the C'ville Bar Madness, come on back and catch up on the Hoos..

Golf (W) Murphey Classic: 4th The No. 30-ranked Cavaliers finished fourth overall in the Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic this weekend in Athens, GA, higher than five other teams ranked higher than they were. Junior Brittany Altomare led the Hoos, finishing tied for sixth overall.
Track & Field UNF International Inclement weather cut the event short, but senior Lance Roller and freshman Vanessa Fabrizio swept the 800 meters on both the men's and women's sides.
Softball BC: 7-4 W
BC: 4-10 L
BC: 5-1 W
Virginia went back to their winning ways, after getting swept by Florida State last weekend. Virginia, 6-6 in the conference, is currently sitting in third in the Coastal division.
Baseball NCSU: 1-5 L
NCSU: 5-2 W
NCSU: 6-7 L
Virginia just can't seem to get the job done in Raleigh, as the Hoos have never taken a series at NC State.
Tennis (M) Wake: 7-0 W
NC State: 6-1 W
Another undefeated weekend for the Hoos. Virginia and Florida State top the ACC standings at 7-0 each in the conference.That showdown takes place in a couple weeks.
Tennis (W) NC State: 5-2 W
Wake: 6-1 W
After dropping two close matches to two ranked teams last week, Virginia's back on track now, as they are currently fourth in the conference with a 5-2 ACC record. Virginia's only two conference losses have been to ACC-undefeateds UNC and Duke.
Lacrosse (M) Maryland: 12-8 W A win at College Park and a Hopkins loss to North Carolina means that Virginia is back on top of the lacrosse world.
Lacrosse (W) BC: 12-10 W
Harvard: 12-6 W
No. 9 Virginia had two wins this past weekend (including Monday night), and have now won five straight games.
Rowing San Diego Classic Should come as no surprise to anyone that the Virginia Varsity Four won the grand final last weekend.