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News from Anthony Harris, Aaron Faumui, women’s soccer still unbeaten

UCLA v Virginia

Virginia football rolled in-state rival William & Mary on Friday night, 52-17, highlighted by two long touchdowns from Joe Reed and a Nick Grant pick-six. That performance, which Eric broke down last night, pushed the team inside the AP Poll rankings to No. 25. In baseball news, Danny Hultzen, a Cavalier from 2008-2011, made his major league debut for the Chicago Cubs yesterday afternoon after getting drafted eight years ago.

UVA alum Anthony Harris had himself a day in the Minnesota Vikings’ season opener against the Atlanta Falcons, recording two interceptions and a fumble recovery in his team’s 28-12 win.

Leaving the island: Virginia DL Faumui settling in thousands of miles from home (Daily Progress)

Having made four tackles in his sophomore season so far, defensive lineman Aaron Faumui expects to be an integral piece for the Cavaliers up front for the foreseeable future. Find out more about how the Hawaii native ended up making plays for the orange and blue in the link above.

Goals from Ashlynn Serepca and Meghan McCool gave Virginia women’s soccer (6-0-0) a 2-0 victory over Minnesota, as the Cavaliers continue their undefeated campaign in 2019. Up next for the Wahoos is a date with William & Mary on Thursday evening at Klöckner, before the team travels to No. 8 Penn State for a top 10 showdown this Sunday.

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Nick Grant called it.