Dimas, Egwu, Perdue, Snyder honored with Weaver-James-Corrigan Award
Participation in club soccer counted toward his eligibility
Cavaliers prep for Cal, UCLA this weekend
Cavaliers and Hoyas set to square off for first time since 1997
By Jeff White (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Started 15 games this season
Returned to action Oct. 29 vs. BC after missing six matches with injury suffered in Clemson game (9/30)
Named to Hokie Invitational All-Tournament Team (9/2-4)
Scored game-winning goal against Richmond (8/29)
Added assist on Will Bates' second goal in win over UR
Played the full match in 11 of his 15 games
Named to All-ACC Academic Soccer Team and ACC Academic Honor Roll
One of three Cavaliers to start all 20 matches
Scored two goals and tied the team-high with four assists (eight points)
Both goals were game-winners
Also added a game-winning assist (vs. Wake Forest at the ACC Tournament)
Converted a penalty kick and had an assist against Liberty (Oct. 4) to give Virginia the 2-1 win
Scored the Cavaliers' lone goal at Clemson (Sept. 25) to lift UVa to victory
Appeared in 20 games, starting 10
Finished the season with a goal and an assist, both game-winning
Scored his first goal as a Cavalier in the 2009 NCAA Tournament third round match vs. Portland, giving UVa the 1-0 victory (Nov. 29)
Assist came on Neil Barlow's game-winning goal vs. Mount St. Mary's (Sept. 15)
Four-year letterman and three-year captain at Indian River High School under coach Keith Freeman
A three-time All-Southeastern District and two-time All-Eastern Region selection, tallying 35 goals and 40 assists for his career
As a senior, was selected as the Southeastern District's Player of the Year, in addition to earning All-Tidewater and All-State honors
Also awarded the team's Academic Award, Leadership Award, Sportsmanship Award and Team MVP Award throughout his career
Played for Virginia Rush Soccer Club Development Academy and Chesapeake Select Soccer Club
Was his high school's valedictorian
Parents are George and Treci Dimas
Graduated last May with double major in sociology and philosophy; earned University's Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award for character and service (presented to two graduating seniors)
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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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