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Virginia Wins NCAA Men's Tennis Championship

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Mitchell Frank

May 21, 2013

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Champaign, Ill. - The Virginia men's tennis team won the NCAA Championship today at Illinois, defeating top-seed UCLA 4-3. It is the first NCAA title in the program's history and the 20th NCAA title in Virginia athletics' history.

Sophomore Mitchell Frankbattled back from being down match point at 5-3 in the third set to claim a 7-5 victory and clinch the title for the Cavaliers.

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Congratulations to coach Brian Boland, his staff and the members of the 2013 Virginia men's tennis team.




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