|Date||Opponent / Event||Location||Time||Media|
|08/27/99||at Rutgers||College Park, Md.||L, 1-1||More|
|08/28/99||at Connecticut||College Park, Md.||L, 1-1||More|
|09/03/99||vs. Seton Hall||Charlottesville, Va. (Coca-Cola Classic)||W, 4-3||More|
|09/05/99||vs. Gonzaga||Charlottesville, Va. (Coca-Cola Classic)||L, 3-2||More|
|09/08/99||vs. Appalachian St||Charlottesville, Va.||W, 8-1||More|
|09/12/99||vs. Maryland||College Park, Md.||7:00 p.m. ET||More|
|09/15/99||vs. Mount St Mary's||Charlottesville, Va.||7:00 p.m. ET||More|
|09/19/99||at Wake Forest||Charlottesville, Va.||L, 1-1||More|
|09/22/99||vs. Virginia Tech||Charlottesville, Va.||W, 2-1||More|
|09/25/99||at North Carolina||Charlottesville, Va.||W, 2-1||More|
|09/29/99||vs. American||Charlottesville, Va.||5:00 p.m. ET||More|
|10/03/99||vs. No Carolina St||Raleigh, N.C.||L, 2-1||More|
|10/06/99||vs. William & Mary||Charlottesville, Va.||7:00 p.m. ET||More|
|10/09/99||at Va Commonwealth||Richmond, Va.||7:00 p.m. ET||More|
|10/16/99||vs. Clemson||Charlottesville, Va.||L, 2-1||More|
|10/20/99||vs. Marshall||Charlottesville, Va.||7:00 p.m. ET||More|
|10/24/99||at Duke||Durham, N.C.||1:00 p.m. ET||More|
|10/29/99||at Cal Fullerton||Pasadena, Calif. (UCLA Invitational)||W, 2-1||More|
|10/31/99||vs. UCLA||North Athletic Field (UCLA Invitational)||1:00 p.m. PT||More|
|11/05/99||vs. Ohio St||Charlottesville, Va.||7:00 p.m. ET||More|
|11/11/99||at Maryland||Winston Salem, N.C.||1:00 a.m. ET||More|
|11/12/99||at Wake Forest||Winston Salem, N.C.||W, 2-1||More|
|11/14/99||at Duke||Winston-Salem, N.C.||L, 2-1||More|
|11/22/99||at Princeton||Charlottesville, Va. (NCAA Tournament)||W, 2-1||More|
|11/28/99||at Brown||Charlottesville, Va. (NCAA Tournament)||W, 3-1||More|
|12/04/99||vs. UCLA||Charlottesville, Va. (NCAA Quarterfinals)||1:00 p.m. ET||More|
|01/10/00||at NCAA Final||Charlotte, N.C.||TBA||More|
'Hoos Rue Missed OpportunityFootball11/18/17On an afternoon when Kurt Benkert threw four touchdown passes, Virginia twice built 14-point leads before falling 44-28 to No. 2 Miami at Hard Rock Stadium.Cavalier Football Notebook -- Miami WeekFootball11/16/17Two regular-season games remain for Virginia (6-4 overall, 3-3 ACC), which plays No. 2 Miami (9-0, 6-0) at noon Saturday at Hard Rock Stadium.Torres Makes Most of Learning OpportunityWomen's Soccer11/15/17Freshman Taryn Torres has scored a team-high eight goals for Virginia, which meets Pepperdine in the NCAA tourney's second round Friday night in Los Angeles.
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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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