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No. 2 Virginia (16-1-1) will play in Sunday’s ACC Championship game against top-seeded Clemson, thanks to yesterday’s 1-0 win over Wake Forest. Junior forward Nathaniel Crofts provided the game-winner for the Cavaliers in the 25th minute.
Virginia will make its 20th appearance in the ACC Championship game thanks to a 1-0 win over Wake Forest on Wednesday! #GoHoos— Virginia Men's Soccer (@UVAMenSoccer) November 14, 2019
The good news didn’t stop with Wednesday’s result for men’s soccer, as Joe Bell, who was called up to New Zealand’s national team earlier this week, was named the conference’s midfielder of the year.
Joe Bell is the #ACCMSoccer Midfielder of the Year!— ACC Men's Soccer (@ACCMSoccer) November 13, 2019
He's played a key role in @UVAMenSoccer's stout defense that has allowed just 6 goals - tied for the fewest nationally this season.
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Even through injury, senior cornerback Bryce Hall continues to lead.
Big congrats to @BryceHall11 on being named one of 20 semifinalists for the @WittenCMOY Man of the Year Award. The award is to honor exemplary leadership by a college player. Hall is one of four ACC players on the list. #GoHoos | #TheStandard pic.twitter.com/xweJuRaKvD— Virginia Football (@UVAFootball) November 13, 2019
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Official #gohoos pic.twitter.com/xHPAxM0WF8— Jabri (@jabri404) November 14, 2019