- The Virginia Cavaliers hung on to beat the Pittsburgh Panthers Saturday afternoon, 59-56.
- No. 2 men’s lacrosse lost to Princeton, 16-12.
- Women’s swimming and diving took home the ACC title over the weekend, moving themselves into a tie with North Carolina for most conference championships in program history (16).
Bryce Perkins answers some questions regarding his skillset, collegiate career and why he believes he has the talent to play in the NFL.
So excited to announce my first annual camp this summer!!!!!— Kyle J Guy (@kylejguy5) February 20, 2020
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Congrats to Kyle Guy, who announced he’ll be hosting his first-ever camp this summer.
Women’s lacrosse continued their undefeated start with a 12-10 win over No. 9 Princeton on Saturday. Courtlynne Caskin led the way for the Cavaliers with four goals and an assist.
Women’s basketball (12-15, 7-9 ACC) bested Virginia Tech on the road Sunday evening, 86-76. Seniors Dominique Toussaint and Jocelyn Willoughby both poured in 29 points each to help propel the Hoos to victory.