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Regular season, ACC Tournament results

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There was plenty of action over the weekend across the Virginia Cavaliers’ sporting realm. Let’s find out what all happened.

The women’s lacrosse team (12-5, 3-4 ACC) rounded out regular season play on Saturday on a high note, defeating rival Virginia Tech 13-10 to give UVA another point in the Commonwealth Clash. Seniors Maggie Jackson and Avery Shoemaker led the way for the Hoos with six and five points, respectively.

UVA men’s tennis (21-4, 10-2 ACC) wrapped up a solid run at the ACC Tournament in Cary, N.C. on Sunday morning, falling to No. 1 Wake Forest, 4-2. Prior to yesterday’s loss, Virginia swept Florida State 4-0 and came from behind to beat No. 9 North Carolina, 4-3. The Hoos will now prepare for the NCAA Tournament, which starts in just two weeks.

Men’s golf performed well at their own version of the ACC Tournament over the weekend, tying a program-best second place finish behind Georgia Tech with a score of 22-under 842. On the women’s side of things, the ladies also showed nicely, shooting 6-over 870 to claim fourth place in their competition.

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