UVa Roundup -- November 8th

No. 12 Men's Soccer Needs Overtime to Dispatch Boston College
Brian James scored the game-winner in overtime for the Cavaliers, who improved to 9-4-4 with the win.Virginia clinched the No. 6 seed for the upcoming ACC Tournament with the win.

Volleyball Falls at Home to Florida State
The Cavaliers saw their four-match win streak come to an end at the hands of No. 19 FSU, 3-1 Friday. Tori Janowski had 21 kills for Virginia.

Swimming & Diving Begin Home Quad Meet
After 20 events, the Virginia men lead West Virginia, 137-49, but trails Texas, 113-73, and Penn State, 94-92. The Longhorns lead West Virginia, 149-37, and lead Penn State, 107-79. On the women’s side, the Cavaliers lead WVU, 146-33, and the Nittany Lions, 127-59, but trail Texas 157-22. UT leads PSU, 127-59, and WVU, 157-22. Junior JB Kolod started off the day in grand style, breaking the UVa and AFC pool records on the men’s 3-meter diving boards with 425.78 points, finishing first.


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