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Weekend Watch Guide: How to catch the Hoos in action

A lot of chances to see Virginia this weekend.

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The spring season is getting underway, meaning we have one of our busiest weekends in a long, long time. Here is a quick rundown of some of the Virginia events you can catch streaming or on TV over the next couple days.

There are a few events going on over the weekend that aren’t going to be available for streaming as the men’s golf team is playing in the Seminole Intercollegiate event in Tallahassee, and the No. 4 women’s golf team is participating in the Palmetto Spring Invitational.

Friday, February 19

All Day - Women’s Swimming and Diving ACC Championships (Men’s Diving)

The No. 4 Virginia women’s swimming and diving team enters Friday with a 24-point lead over second-place NC State. The Hoos have won ACC titles in the 500-yard freestyle, 200-yard IM, 200-yard freestyle relay, 800-yard freestyle relay, and the 200-yard medley relay. Virginia set an American and NCAA record in the 200-yard medley relay on Wednesday evening as Caroline Gmelich, Alexis Wenger, Alexa Cuomo, and Kate Douglass finished the event in a staggering 1:32.93.

You can watch as several Virginia women’s swimmers try and add to the ACC titles in the 100-yard fly, 400-yard IM, 200-yard freestyle, 100-yard breaststroke, and 100-yard backstroke events tonight starting at 7pm on ACCNX.

3pm - Baseball vs. UConn

The No. 5 Virginia baseball team starts their season today on ACCNX at 3pm against the visiting Huskies. The Hoos are looking to take a win in the series that spans the weekend, and expectations are high. Check out what the starting lineup could look like here.

3pm - Men’s Tennis at Boston College

Virginia hit the road for Boston College as the No. 4 men’s tennis team opens its ACC slate. The Cavaliers started the season at No. 22 but have moved up in the rankings thanks to a solid indoor season that included wins over Wake Forest (now No. 13) and No. 3 TCU en route to an ITA Indoor championship game appearance.

4pm - Women’s Lacrosse at Richmond

The No. 16 Cavaliers opened the 2021 season with a big win over ECU and are looking to pick up a ranked win on the road against Richmond on Friday afternoon. The game is set to air on ESPN+.

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6pm - Softball @ Pitt

The Hoos and Panthers are squaring off for a three-game series which will be broadcast on ACCNX.

Saturday, February 20

All Day - Women’s Swimming and Diving ACC Championships (Men’s Diving)

1pm - Baseball vs. UConn

Game 2 in the series! Also set to broadcast on ACCNX.

5pm - Men’s Lacrosse @ Loyola

The No. 3 Cavaliers hit the road for the first time this season as they take on No. 11 Loyola in Baltimore. Virginia is 2-0 on the season with wins over Towson and No. 12 Army and boast one of the hottest offenses in the country. Like the women’s game, you can catch the action on ESPN+.

8pm - Men’s Basketball @ Duke

The Blue Devils haven’t had the best season, but don’t write off Duke. Virginia is looking to rebound from a 21-point drubbing in Tallahassee, and the Hoos are still in the driver’s seat of the ACC. Can Jay Huff and Sam Hauser bounce back from tough games against the Noles? Will the defense be able to slow down Matthew Hurt and the Blue Devils? We’ll find out on Saturday night on ESPN.

Sunday, February 21

All Day - Women’s Swimming and Diving ACC Championships (Men’s Diving)

1pm - Baseball vs. UConn

Enjoy your weekend full of Wahoo action!

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