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Men's Soccer Hosts Campbell Wednesday Night

No. 4 Virginia (4-1-0) vs. Campbell (3-1-0)

September 19, 2007
Klckner Stadium Charlottesville, Va.
7:00 p.m.

Tickets ($9 reserved, $7 Adult GA, $5 Youth/Senior GA)

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Tonight's Game
The Cavaliers play their final non-conference game prior to starting ACC play on Wednesday as they host Campbell. Virginia is looking for its seventh consecutive victory at Klckner Stadium.

About the Cavaliers
Virginia enters the game with a 4-1-0 overall record and a No. 4 national ranking by Soccer America. The Cavaliers are coming off a 1-0 overtime win over St. John's on Sunday. Ross LaBauex's header off a Chris Tierney cross in the 97th minute gave Virginia its fourth win of the season.

About the Camels
Campbell enters the game with a 3-1-0 overall record on the season. The Camels are coming off a pair of victories at the University of Richmond Nike Challenge Cup last weekend, topping Duquesne and Richmond. All three of Campbell's wins this season have been by 2-1 scores, including two in overtime.

Up Next
Virginia will begin ACC play on Saturday as it travels to N.C. State. Game time at Method Road Stadium in Raleigh is set for 2 p.m.

 


 

 

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