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Women's Lacrosse Releases

June 5, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Players Make North/South Game
June 1, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Stocks Team USA Roster
May 27, 1998 - Three Cavaliers Honored as USWLA All-Americans
May 26, 1998 - Jess Wilk Receives the Beth Allen Award
May 21, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Finishes Season
May 19, 1998 - Five Women's Lacrosse Players Honored as All- Americans
May 18, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Honors Five as South Regional All-Americans
May 9, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse at NCAA Championships
May 7, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Records Perfect Month of April
May 4, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Granted Top Seed in NCAA Tournament
April 27, 1998 - Cavaliers Top Poll For Second Straight Week
April 20, 1998 - Virginia Ranked First in IWLCA Women's Lacrosse Poll
April 20, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse's Boutilier Named ACC Player of the Year
April 20, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse's Boutilier Named ACC Player of the Year
April 14, 1998 - Virginia to Host ACC Lacrosse Tournaments
April 6, 1998 - Boutilier Named ACC Player of the Week
March 17, 1998 - Beth Potter Named ACC Player of the Week
March 11, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Opens Season vs. Old Dominion
March 5, 1998 - Women's Lacrosse Ranked Fourth in Preseason Poll
February 25, 1998 - Peggy Boutilier Named Weaver-James-Corrigan Scholarship Recipient
Jan. 20, 1998 - Virginia Womenís Lacrosse Names 1998 Captains
Aug. 27, 1997 - Colleen Smith Named Assistant Coach

Season Outlook

Feb 10, 1998 - 1998 Women's Lacrosse Outlook

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