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The Virginia women’s basketball team (6-2) picked up a 67-47 victory at Bowling Green (3-5) on Sunday at the Stroh Center in Bowling Green, Ohio.

The Virginia women’s swimming and diving team finished third and the men placed fourth as action at the Georgia Fall Invitational concluded Sunday at the Gabrielsen Natatorium in Athens, Georgia.

 It was a dominant day on the mat for the Cavaliers as Virginia (4-2) went on the road and picked up a 34-11 win over No. 24 Chattanooga (2-2) at Maclellan Gym on Sunday.

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During Virginia’s school-record run to 24 straight wins at John Paul Jones Arena, the Cavaliers routinely benefitted from a particular play or moment that tore the roof off their building and crushed their opponent.

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Following a Virginia foul in the 105th minute, Foster Langsdorf finished a double assist with a header past Cavaliers’ goalie Jeff Caldwell for the win.

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NICEVILLE, Fla. — With Providence hanging around and giving Virginia all it could handle in the second half of Saturday’s Emerald Coast Classic championship game, London Perrantes thought back to before the game, when his teammates preached that someone needed to dive on the floor during the game.

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NICEVILLE, Fla. — Entering its Emerald Coast Classic semifinal matchup with Virginia, Iowa had lost just once and hadn’t scored fewer than 43 points in the first half of any game this season.

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On Tuesday evening, after his team was held to 34 points on 23 percent shooting, Grambling State’s Shawn Walker did what most coaches do following a game with Virginia.

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After only four games, mostly against the traditional early season Rent-A-Victims, we are only starting to realize just how good Kyle Guy can be. He arrived in Charlottesville with McDonald’s All-American credential and a reputation as the next great shooter in Tony Bennett’s program.

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Virginia safety Quin Blanding has been credited with 15 deflections over his career. And that’s not counting his performance during Monday’s press conference at John Paul Jones Arena.

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New Jersey native Aliyah Huland El went 3-for-4 from 3-point range in the first quarter and Breyana Mason tallied 10 points in the fourth as Virginia held off visiting Rutgers, 62-54, to open the season with four straight wins for the fifth time in head coach Joanne Boyle’s six seasons.