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Parking Information for Friday's UVa Athletics Events

Fans are advised to arrive early on Friday to avoid delays in attending of Virginia's home events.

Nov. 6, 2013

CHARLOTTESVILLE - On Friday (Nov. 8), Virginia athletics will host four home athletics events with each starting at 6 or 7 p.m. Home events for Virginia men's basketball, men's soccer, men's and women's swimming and diving, and volleyball will create traffic congestion in the area of those venues. Fans are advised to arrive early to avoid delays in attending any of these events.

CLICK HERE for a parking map that shows all parking lots available for Friday's events. Parking for the men's soccer game against Boston College will not be available in the University Hall, McCue Center, or John Paul Jones Arena lots due to the men's basketball game against JMU. Accessible parking for Klöckner Stadium will be available in the University Hall parking lot. Complimentary parking will be available in the Emmet/Ivy Garage.

Friday, Nov. 8 Home Event Schedule
 6 p.m. - Swimming and Diving vs. Texas, West Virginia and Penn State, Aquatic and Fitness Center 7 p.m. - Men's Basketball vs. James Madison, John Paul Jones Arena 7 p.m. - Volleyball vs. Florida State, Memorial Gymnasium 7
p.m. - Men's Soccer vs. Boston College, Klöckner Stadium For more information on each event visit the specific sports page at




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