Dec. 16, 2016
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The Virginia men's tennis team announced its 2017 spring schedule on Friday (Dec. 16). The reigning NCAA Champion Cavaliers will play seven regular-season home matches this season at the Snyder Tennis Center and the Boyd Tinsley Courts at the Boar's Head Sports Club as well as hosting the ITA National Team Indoor Championships.
For the second-straight year, Virginia will host the ITA National Team Indoor championship, a tournament UVA has won five of the last nine years, at the Boar's Head Sports Club from Feb. 17-20. The event features 16 teams: the 15 schools who won both of their matches during the ITA Kick-Off Weekend and the host school. The tournament is held over four days, and begins on Friday with first-round play, followed by quarterfinals on Saturday, semifinals on Sunday and the championship match on Monday.
The home dual match schedule begins on Feb. 11, when the Cavaliers host Florida in preparation for the ITA Indoor tournament. Virginia also hosts Illinois on Feb. 14. Both matches will be held at the Boyd Tinsley Courts at the Boar's Head Sports Club. The Cavaliers' first home conference match will be against Duke on March 26. Virginia will also host Clemson, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Georgia Tech during the month of April.
The ACC Championships will be held from April 26-30 in Rome, Ga. The Cavaliers have won 11 ACC Championships and 13 regular-season titles.
NCAA regionals will take place at host sites from May 12-14 with the final 16 teams advancing to the NCAA Team Championships, being held this year from May 18-23 in Athens, Ga. The NCAA Individual Championships will run from May 24-29 in Athens.
Admission for all home Virginia tennis matches is free.
Cooper Thriving Under New StaffSwimming & Diving12/12/17A senior from Atlanta and one of the team's captains, Caitlin Cooper set the UVA women's record in the 50-yard freestyle early this month in Athens, Georgia.Hazzard Aiming to Uphold Family TraditionTrack & Field, Cross Country12/11/17A freshman from Long Island, New York, Halle Hazzard is the younger sister of Payton Hazzard, who was an All-America sprinter for the Cavaliers.UVA's Campbell Winners Share Special BondFootball12/6/17UVA is the only ACC school with multiple winners of the prestigious Campbell Trophy: Tom Burns in 1993 and Micah Kiser this year.
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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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