Cavalier Baseball Enters Ten Day Game-less Stretch

By: Marc Davis Email
By: Marc Davis Email

April 30, 2008

The Cavalier baseball team began a ten day stretch of no games today, as Virginia breaks for final exams. Virginia enters the break 33-15, 13-11 in the ACC.

The Cavs will take the break to rest and recover, and work on fundamentals. Head coach Brian O'Connor says that his team has typically peaked at the right time, being the last month of the season. Virginia only has seven games remaining, and will have to win them all in order to reach the 40 win plateau for the fifth consecutive season.

The Wahoos grabbed their 33rd win last night, topping Mount Saint Mary's, 11-1. Jeremy Farrell went 4-5 with a solo home run, his ninth round tripper of the season. Virginia's next game will be on May 9, as the Cavs begin a three game weekend set with second ranked North Carolina.

Click on the above video link to hear Brian O'Connor's thoughts on the ten day break.

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