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ATC: Transfer Rules Discussion, Men’s Tennis Alums Making Noise in the Pros

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  • Tomas Woldetensae’s three-pointer near the end of regulation propelled the Virginia Cavaliers to a 64-62 win over North Carolina on Saturday. You can see how that affected their NCAA Tournament standing, HERE.
  • Men’s lacrosse also took care of their competition over the weekend, beating No. 18 Lehigh, 12-8.
  • Football named former Wahoo Clint Sintim the team’s new defensive line coach.
  • On Monday, Mamadi Diakite was named the ACC Player of the Week.

ACC announces support of one-time, no-waiver transfer rule (Daily Progress)

Currently, Division I men’s and women’s basketball, football, baseball and hockey players who do not receive a waiver are required to sit out a season should they choose to transfer. That could change soon.


It’s been a big last few days for Virginia men’s tennis alums:

Treat Huey, a 2008 UVA alumnus, teamed up with Nathaniel Lammons to win the Cleveland Challenger men’s doubles tournament title.

Not to be outdone, Dominic Inglot, a star for the Hoos from 2006-2009, took home the New York Open crown in the same event with partner Aisam ul Haq Qureshi.

And, last but not least, Brandon Nakashima, who turned professional in December after competing for UVA last season, earned his first win on the ATP Tour, beating World No. 74 Jiri Vesely in the first round of the Delray Beach Open.


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