UVa Ekes Past Bucknell In OT

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It's safe to say that the 2011 season has not gone the way the Virginia men's lacrosse team expected. After all, the Cavaliers lost more games in the regular season - five - than they had in the previous two years combined. For much of Sunday afternoon's NCAA Tournament game with Bucknell, it looked like a continuation of the same script. Fortunately for the Hoos, however, they had one last rally up their collective sleeves. READ MORE


UVa Eyes Elusive Title Run

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The seniors of this year's Virginia men's lacrosse team are on a mission. Thus far, the Cavaliers' super-hyped senior class has made three trips to the Final Four, but has no hardware to show for it. Will the championship trophy finally make its way back to Charlottesville in 2011? READ MORE


Myers, Hoos Ready For New Season

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The tragic loss of a teammate, the end of a season and school year marked by sadness, heading home with heavy hearts ... the healing process will continue into the 2011 season for the Virginia women's lacrosse team, but the outlook is bright. Coach Julie Myers is optimistic about the Cavaliers' prospects this season, and is ready for her team to take the field. READ MORE


Cavaliers Fall To Duke

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BALTIMORE - The Virginia lacrosse team's comeback was complete, a four-goal deficit erased in less than 10 minutes and the chance to prolong an emotional season an extra 48 hours was at hand. And then it wasn't - and the Cavaliers instead were faced with the sudden conclusion to a season that brought them more attention than any other as fifth-seeded Blue Devils took a 14-13 defeat of top-seeded Virginia. READ MORE


Photo Gallery: Women’s Lacrosse Vs. Towson

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The Virginia women's lacrosse team posted an emotional win in the first round of the NCAA Tournament by defeating Towson 14-12 at Klockner Stadium. It was the Cavaliers' first game following the tragic death of Yeardley Love and the team honored Love by flashing No. 1 signs to the fans. Check out 65 images of the game in this free photo gallery. READ MORE


Photo Gallery: Men’s Lacrosse Vs. Mt. St. Mary’s

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The No. 1 Virginia men's lacrosse team won its opening round NCAA Tournament game against Mount St. Mary's last Saturday night. Adam Ghitelman racked up five first quarter saves to get Virginia running early. The Cavaliers jumped out to a 12-1 lead by halftime and finished strong, 18-4. Mike Ingalls captured the action with 82 photos in this lacrosse photo gallery. READ MORE


Hoos Win On Emotional Day

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Sunday was an emotional day at Klockner Stadium. A moment of silence that lingered, a stirring rendition of the national anthem, a No. 1 victory tribute. Lasting embraces with a family. Three line t-shirts reading "One Team, One Heart, One Love." Pins of a lacrosse angel. Yes, the Virginia women's lacrosse team's return to the field on Sunday after the tragic death of Yeardley Love brimmed with emotion as the Cavaliers prevailed with a 14-12 victory. READ MORE


UVa Posts Win In NCAA Opener

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When the Virginia men's lacrosse team decided to continue its season following the tragic death of women's lacrosse player Yeardley Love and the arrest of former men's player George Huguely on first-degree murder charges, no one could be certain how the Cavaliers would perform in the NCAA Tournament. On Saturday night, for the first round at least, the Hoos played as well as they have all season in an 18-4 victory against Mount St. Mary's. READ MORE


Fuchs Finds Home At Virginia

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For Tim Fuchs, it was one dream shattered, then another realized. As a high school senior in Merrick, N.Y., Fuchs longed to attend and play lacrosse at the Naval Academy. But, just when he thought he was set to enroll, there was one minor detail that got in the way: Fuchs is red-green color blind. The Naval Academy caught Fuchs' color blindness in a physical exam, and his admission to the school fell through at the last minute. Already late in the admissions process, Fuchs - still with the desire to play college lacrosse - emailed some 15 college coaches. Only one responded. READ MORE


On Target: Carroll’s Shot Helps Propel Hoos

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Brian Carroll's shot is a lot like a cannon blast. Load, crank it back, crow-hop, and let it fly. On second thought, however, a cannon ball is an imperfect description. Carroll's shot is far too accurate for that. Like former Cavalier Matt Poskay, in fact, it's darn near automatic for the UVa men's lacrosse team. READ MORE