Cavalier discerning hits: UVa men’s float group tops Navy

October 25, 2014 - garden totes

Posted: Friday, Oct 24, 2014 10:30 pm

Cavalier discerning hits: UVa men’s float group tops Navy

The Virginia men’s swimming and diving group prisoner a season-opening win over Navy, 183-117, Friday afternoon during a Aquatic and Fitness Center. The Cavaliers (1-0) won 10 events over a Midshipmen (2-2).

Senior JB Kolod pennyless a propagandize record on both a 1-meter and 3-meter springboards, claiming a 1m diving eventuality with a measure of 390.83 and a 3m eventuality with 440.70 points. Among other Cavalier winners was Matt Lockman, who swept a scurry freestyle events, winning a 50 giveaway in 20.72 and 100 giveaway in 45.88, and youth Yannick Kaeser, who won a breaststroke events, including a 100 in 54.95 and 200 in 2:01.36.

VOLLEYBALL

Virginia rallies to better N.C. State

The Virginia volleyball group came from behind to better N.C. State, 25-20, 24-26, 23-25, 25-12, 15-11, Friday dusk during Memorial Gymnasium. With a win, a Cavaliers urge to 12-9 (5-3 ACC) on a season. The dual teams were tied 6 times in a fifth set, before a Cavaliers pulled away, finishing a compare on a 4-1 run. Sophomore Haley Kole strike .327 with a match-high 23 kills, while associate sophomore Jasmine Burton strike .346 with 11 kills.

FIELD HOCKEY

Wahoos tumble during No. 14 Boston College

NEWTON, Mass. – The No. 8 Virginia margin hockey group (12-6, 4-2 ACC) sealed out a regular-season ACC line-up with a 5-3 detriment during No. 14 Boston College (12-5, 3-3 ACC) on Friday, yet will still finish a year as a ACC regular-season co-champions. Sophomore striker Caleigh Foust scored Virginia’s initial dual goals while beginner midfielder Tara Vittese converted her sixth chastisement cadence of a deteriorate and also combined an assist.

“What a good ACC game, yet we am, of course, unhappy by a outcome,” pronounced Virginia manager Michele Madison. “It was a good atmosphere here on Boston College’s comparison night. BC was really on fire. It was an even diversion all around. The stats were even. The play was even adult and down a field. They only put a turn into a idea some-more than we did.”

WOMEN’S GOLF

Cavaliers tied for eighth at Landfall Tradition

WILMINGTON, N.C. – The 18th-ranked Virginia women’s golf group is tied for eighth place after Friday’s opening turn of foe during The Landfall Tradition. The Cavaliers shot 4-over 292 and are tied with North Carolina, Tennessee and Ohio State. Purdue leads a 18-team margin after sharpened 5-under 283. Junior Elizabeth Szokol led a Cavaliers by sharpened 3-under 69. She is tied for fifth place.

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