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Final Four stories, men’s lacrosse remains undefeated in conference play

The national championship game awaits

Auburn v Virginia Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images

For the second straight time, the Virginia Cavaliers won their NCAA Tournament game in thrilling fashion, defeating the Auburn Tigers 63-62, thanks in part to junior guard Kyle Guy’s three clutch free throws that gave the Hoos the lead with just 0.6 seconds remaining. Following the comeback victory, Wahoo fans around the country celebrated the program’s first ever March Madness semifinal win accordingly.

Final Four 2019: Virginia’s miracle wins keep piling up, with only one more needed for total redemption (CBS Sports)

Some more perspective on what the recent Final Four win means and the “spookily cosmic” touch that the team has had thus far.

The view from Section V2, Row 4: Ty Jerome’s father (deep breath) exults in Cavs’ miracle victory (The Athletic) ($)

For the family of the Virginia men’s basketball players, the last few moments of Saturday’s contest could not have been more nerve-wracking.

Lost in the midst of Saturday’s historic finish was men’s lacrosse (9-2, 3-0 ACC), who captured their eighth straight win earlier in the afternoon when they bested No. 18 North Carolina, 11-10. Check out some of the highlights from the game below.

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