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25 Cameron Chavira
Cameron  Chavira


Roanoke, Va.

High School:
Patrick Henry

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 160



Virginia Tops Boston College on OT Goal, 1-0

Brian James scores game winner to lift Cavaliers to victory


No. 12 Virginia Wraps Up Regular Season Friday vs. Boston College

Cavaliers will hold Senior Night ceremonies prior to match


Virginia Plays Host to No. 10 VCU Tuesday

Cavaliers and Rams battle at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Klöckner Stadium


Virginia Returns Home at 7 p.m. Friday to Face Clemson

Cavaliers are 1-1 in league play this season


Chavira Golden Goal Lifts Virginia to 1-0 Win at VCU in Double OT

LaCivita makes seven saves as Cavaliers hand VCU its first loss

• Did not see playing time

• Appeared in six matches, with one start
• Earned first career start against Mount St. Mary's (9/11)
• Scored golden goal in 1-0 double OT victory at VCU (9/25)

• Appeared in match against Richmond (8/29)

• Appeared in three games

• Named an ESPN third team high school All-American and had 51 goals and 26 assists during his high school career
• Played with the Olympic Development Program (ODP) and was consistently selected for the ODP Region I pool games and played in the ODP National Championship game
• Played for the Roanoke Star Soccer Club, a team which reached the state semifinals and finals on multiple occasions and won U.S. Club Regional and National Championships
• Participated in the Gothia Cup in Gothenburg, Sweden, and the Lond and Watford International Festival of Football in England
• A four-year starter and senior captain for Patrick Henry High School
• Earned first team all-district, all-region, all-state (AAA) and All-Timesland honors

• Parents are Richard and Diane Chavira
• Has two sisters, Brynn and Devin

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