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June 10, 1997

This Week In UVa Athletics

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - UVa's spring sports are done. The final year record is 243-134-5 (64.3%).

Coach: Fred Binggeli, 11th season at Virginia, 1-0 men. 1996-97 record, no dual meets. Last week, UVa (women) attended the NCAA Meet (52nd,tie,team). The season is now complete. Fred Binggeli is leaving the University (effective June 30) to take up a position in Missouri. No replacement has been announced.

Post-Season honors went to three fourth-year Cavaliers (Tommy Smith, Doug Knight, and Michael Watson) who played in the annual USILA North-South All Star Classic at UMBC last weekend. The North defeated the South, 20-19 in overtime on Brendan Glass' (Massachusetts) fifth goal of the game. Knight (six goals, three assists), Watson (3+3), and Smith all played well for the South team.


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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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