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Men's Tennis Concludes Regular Season Saturday at Virginia Tech

Luca Corinteli

 No. 4 Virginia at No. 36 Virginia Tech
 Date & Time  April 18 • 11 a.m. 
 Location  Blacksburg, Va. • Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center
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April 18, 2014

CHARLOTTESVILLE - The fourth-ranked Virginia men's tennis team concludes its regular season schedule Saturday as it visits No. 36 Virginia Tech. The match will begin at 11 a.m. at the Burrows-Burleson Tennis Center and live stats for the match will be available on

The Cavaliers (19-2, 10-0 ACC) have already clinched their 11th consecutive ACC regular season title and can post their eighth straight undefeated regular season in the conference with a victory Saturday. A win over the Hokies would also secure Virginia's 12th consecutive 20-win season.

Virginia Tech (13-9, 5-5 ACC) moved up to No. 36 this week after upsetting then-No. 23 Wake Forest last week. The Cavaliers have won the last 10 matches with the Hokies, including the last five meetings in Blacksburg.

The Cavaliers will travel to the ACC Tournament next week, which will be held at the Cary Tennis Center in Cary, N.C. After a first round bye, Virginia opens play with a quarterfinal match on Friday.




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