Feb. 27, 2014
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - Virginia field hockey team will host four home events, including a pair of traditional scrimmages, as part of its 2014 spring training.
On Saturday, March 22, the Cavaliers will host William & Mary and Delaware. The three teams will play half games as well as 10-minute 7-on-7 scenarios with the event culminating with a shootout competition.
On Saturday, April 5, Virginia will hold another multi-team scrimmage with Kent State, Albany and Penn State all in attendance.
The Cavaliers will play in one mutli-team road event, playing short sessions against North Carolina, Old Dominion and Duke at Duke on Saturday, March 29.
The Cavaliers will also host two more traditional scrimmages, taking on American on Sunday, March 23 at 1 p.m. and James Madison on Thursday, April 10 at 7 p.m.
All of the home events will take place at University Hall Turf Field. All events are open to the public with free admission.
2014 VIRGINIA FIELD HOCKEY SPRING COMPETITION SCHEDULE
March 22 at Turf Field, Charlottesville, Va.
vs William & Mary and Delaware
12pm UVA vs W&M, 35 minute half
12:45pm W&M vs Delaware, 35 minute half
1:30pm UVA vs Delaware, 35 minute half
2:15pm UVA vs W&M, 7v7 10 minutes
2:30pm W&M vs Delaware, 7v7 10 minutes
2:45pm UVA vs Delaware, 7v7 10 minutes
3:00pm Shootout Competition
March 23 at Turf Field, Charlottesville, Va.
1pm Full 70 minute game
March 29 at Durham, N.C.
vs North Carolina, Old Dominion and Duke
10:00-10:35 Duke vs UNC
10:45-11:20 ODU vs UVA
11:30-12:05 Duke vs UVA
12:15-12:40 ODU vs UNC
12:50-1:25 Duke vs ODU
1:35-2:10 UNC vsUVA
April 5 at Turf Field, Charlottesville, Va.
vs Kent State, Albany, Penn State
(note: Final schedule. Revised 4/2/14)
10am UVA vs Kent St., 35 minute half
10:45am UVA vs Penn St., 35 minute half
11:30pm Kent St. vs Albany, 35 minute half
12:15pm UVA vs Albany, 35 minute half
1:00pm Kent St. vs Penn St., 35 minute half
1:45pm Penn St. vs Albany, 35 minute half
April 10 at Turf Field, Charlottesville, Va.
vs James Madison
7 p.m. Full 70 minute game
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