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May 13 Rotunda Roundup - Ronder Barber Retires + Weekend Winners

Ronde Barber calls it a career, the weekend is chock full of winners (plus one ACC Championship), and a whole lot more in today's Rotunda Roundup.

All-Pro Ronder Barber retired from the NFL after 16 seasons
All-Pro Ronder Barber retired from the NFL after 16 seasons

Virginia advances to quarterfinals with upset against No. 6-seed Georgetown -
From the department of mild upsets, Virginia women's lacrosse pulled out a win in a close contest again Georgetown. Their season, like many other UVA teams in action this weekend, will stay alive.

No. 6 Virginia Claims Fourth Consecutive ACC Championship - VIRGINIASPORTS.COM - The University of Virginia Official Athletic Site
Well, would you look who's ACC champions (again)? For the fourth year in a row, the women's rowing team raced their way to the top at the ACC Championship, but the sixth ranked Cavaliers know their work is far from done.

Recruiting pitches: ACC - ACC Blog - ESPN
Great little writeup by RecruitingNation's Dave Hooker on ESPN the other day. When it comes to recruiting the top high school prospects in the nation, what does each ACC school have to offer? (Spoiler: Virginia Tech doesn't use Blacksburg as a selling point)

Kaufman: Does Ronde Barber belong in the Hall of Fame? | Breaking Tampa Bay, Florida and national news and weather from Tampa Bay Online and The Tampa Tribune |
Last week, Buccaneers and former Virginia DB Ronde Barber called it quits after 16 standout seasons in the NFL. Now the question begs to be asked, is Ronde cut out for the Hall of Fame? One writer examines the case.

UVa Women's Tennis Advances To NCAA Round Of 16 - NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and Weather
We all know about the triumphs of the Virginia men's tennis team by now, but don't turn your back from the women's team, either. These ladies have saved some of their best tennis for the end of the year, exhibited in an impressive tournament win that'll send them to the Sweet 16.