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The Virginia women’s lacrosse team’s (9-9) season ended with a 12-10 loss to Johns Hopkins (11-7) on Friday afternoon.
The Virginia women’s lacrosse team (9-8) opens play in the 2016 NCAA Championship First Round against Johns Hopkins (10-7) on Friday.
Virginia (4-5) posted a 13-12 triumph over No. 8 Johns Hopkins (4-3) on Sunday afternoon, inside Klöckner Stadium.
The Johns Hopkins Blue Jays (10-6) used an 11-0 run over the first and second quarters to eliminate No. 7 seed UVA (10-5) in the NCAA Tournament’s First Round, 19-7, Sunday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium.
The UVA men’s lacrosse team begins its NCAA Tournament quest on Sunday when the No. 7 seed Cavaliers host the Big Ten champion Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in the first round.
UVA has received a bid to the 2015 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship as the No. 7 seed and will host the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays in the first round on Sunday (May 10) at 1 p.m., at Klöckner Stadium.
No. 7 Virginia (6-2) scored two goals in the final 1:34 of regulation to force overtime and Greg Coholan’s sudden-death tally lifted the Cavaliers past No. 19 Johns Hopkins (3-5), 16-15, Saturday night at historic Homewood Field.
A pilot study led by a University of Virginia School of Medicine researcher suggests that tampons could help detect ovarian cancer.
UVA men’s lacrosse head coach Dom Starsia announced that midfielders Greg Coholan, Tyler German, Ryan Tucker and attackman Owen Van Arsdale have been selected as team captains for the 2015 season.
Blue Ridge Community College is planning a panel discussion about the creation and history of the Shenandoah National Park on Friday, September 26, at 7 p.m. in the Plecker Center auditorium.
An exhibit of photographs, “Women Beyond Western Borders,” by Florinda Ruiz, will be the first exhibit of the 2014-2015 academic year in Williams Gallery in Huntley Hall at Washington and Lee University. The show will run from Sept. 15 through Jan. 15, 2015.
On Thursday, Sept. 18, John McCardell, vice chancellor of the University of the South and president emeritus of Middlebury College, will deliver the 2014 Hendricks Lecture in Law and History.
The newly-formed Shenandoah University Veterans Writing Project (VWP) will provide veterans, active and reserve service members, and military families an effective and cost-free outlet to tell their unique stories.
Picking up on the successful trial run from 2013, EMU has announced it plans to stream a free video webcast of select games on the Turf Field again this fall.
Another year, another challenging schedule for the EMU field hockey team. Coach Brenda Bechler released Eastern Mennonite’s 2014 slate today, which will push her women but will also let them lean on the home crowd.
The EMU men’s soccer team announced their 2014 schedule today, with the season opener slated for August 29. The Royals have a 19-game slate lined up, including 10 home games in Harrisonburg.
The No. 8 seed Virginia Cavaliers (10-6) were unable to overcome an early eight-goal deficit and the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays (11-4) left Klöckner Stadium on Sunday afternoon with a 14-8 win.
The UVa. men’s lacrosse team continues its season as the Cavaliers (10-5) host the Johns Hopkins Blue Jays (10-4) on Sunday in the first round of the 2014 NCAA Tournament.
UVa. has received a bid to the 2014 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Championship as the No. 8 seed and will host Johns Hopkins in the first round on Sunday, May 11 at 1 p.m., at Klöckner Stadium.
Ryan Lukacovic scored a career-high nine points and Joe French added a career-high six more points as the No. 8 UVa. Cavaliers (8-2) cruised to a 21-3 victory Monday night at Klöckner Stadium over the VMI Keydets (1-9).
Greg Coholan deposited an unassisted goal with 1:09 left in overtime to lift the No. 10 Virginia Cavaliers (7-2) over the No. 9 Johns Hopkins (5-2) Blue Jays, 11-10, Saturday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium.
EMU’s post-Christmas schedule started on a down note, as the women shot 33% from the floor in a 67-58 loss at Johns Hopkins Thursday afternoon. The Royals shot a season-low 1-for-15 from three point range as they slipped to 8-3 overall, with all their losses coming on the road.
No. 10 Johns Hopkins (6-2) scored nine goals in a row to pace the Blue Jays’ 15-8 triumph over the No. 10 Virginia Cavaliers (5-4) on Saturday afternoon, inside M&T Bank Stadium. Not only did the Blue Jays win the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic, but also won the quest for the Doyle Smith Cup for the third year in a row. From 2006-10, Virginia won the first five meetings the cup was awarded to the regular season winner of the UVa and Johns Hopkins series. The Blue Jays current streak began in 2011.
The 12th-ranked Virginia women’s lacrosse team won a road contest at No. 19 Johns Hopkins, 11-7, Wednesday (April 11) at Homewood Field in Baltimore, Md. Senior attacker Josie Owen (Gibson Island,Md.) scored four goals and added two assists to lead Virginia with a six-point effort, while junior goalkeeper Kim Kolarik (Riva, Md.) registered eight saves. […]
Three overtime turnovers by the No. 1 Virginia Cavaliers (8-1) set the table for the No. 2 Johns Hopkins Blue Jays (8-0) to walk out of Klöckner Stadium on Saturday afternoon with the victory, 11-10, in front of 6,899 fans. The UVa loss snapped a 14-game winning streak inside Klöckner Stadium, the longest current streak […]