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Women's Lacrosse 1996 Record

Overall Record:     14-4    Home:  8-0   Away: 5-3   Neutral:  1-1
Conference Record:   2-1    Home:  1-0   Away: 1-1   Neutral:  0-0      
Date  Opponent           W/L Score      UVa Goals                                       Record(ACC) UVA rank
March
10    at Georgetown       W   9-3       Evans (4), Ariza (2), Khouri, Boutilier, Hayes     1-0         10
13    OLD DOMINION        W   9-1       Skahan (3), Evans (2), Patton (2), Hurst, Hayes    2-0         10
17    at (#2) Princeton   W   9-8       Evans (2), Potter (2), Patton (2), Boutilier, 
                                        Hayes,Hotchkiss                                    3-0         10
20    at (#1) Maryland    L  5-16       Evans (3), Hotchkiss (2)                           3-1 (0-1)    6
24    at (#3) Penn State  L  9-10       Skahan (5), Evans (3),Hayes                        3-2 (0-1)    6
27    (#9) WILLIAM & MARY W   4-3       Evans (2), Potter, Ariza                           4-2 (0-1)    8
30    at UMBC             W  14-6       Potter (6), Patton (3), Evans (2), Parrish, Ariza, 
                                        Hull                                               5-2 (0-1)    8
Apr
 2    RICHMOND            W  13-0       Evans (2), Hotchkiss (2), Parrish (2), Hull (2), 
                                        Mooney (2), Boutilier, Ariza, Taylor               6-2 (0-1)    4
 6   (#7) TEMPLE          W 14-10       Evans (5), Potter (3), Patton (2), Hotchkiss,                           
                                        Mooney, Taylor, Boutilier                          7-2 (0-1)    4
 9   (#6) JAMES MADISON   W   7-5       Evans (2), Potter, Boutilier, Taylor, Hull, Skahan 8-2 (0-1)    4
13   at Duke              W  14-9       Potter (4), Ariza (3), Khouri (2), Mooney,                          
                                        Hull, Hayes, Papa, Hurst                           9-2 (1-1)    4
17   at (#2) Loyola       L 10-11 (ot)  Potter (2), Patton (2), Hayes (2), Ariza,                           
                                        Boutilier, Hotchkiss, Skahan                       9-3 (1-1)    4
20   (#14) NORTH CAROLINA W  13-6       Evans (6), Potter (2), Mooney, Patton                           
                                        Boutilier, Hotchkiss, Skahan                      10-3 (2-1)    4
23   at Towson State      W  17-9       Mooney (4), Potter (3), Hurst (2), Evans (2)                            
                                        Skahan (2), Larsen, Boutilier, Ariza, Hull        11-3 (2-1)    3
27   (#11) YALE           W  10-4       Potter (2), Skahan (2), Ariza (2), Hotchkiss (2)                            
                                        Taylor, Skahan                                    12-3 (2-1)    3
May
11  (#6) WILLIAM & MARY*  W   8-6       Evans (2), Patton (2), Hotchkiss (2), Potter, 
                                        Mooney                                            13-3 (2-1)    3
18  (#2) Loyola !         W   10-9      Boutilier, Evans (2), Patton (2), Hotchkiss (3), 
                                        Mooney, Ariza                                     14-3 (2-1)    3
19  (#1) Maryland!        L   5-10      Boutilier, Evans (2), Patton, Ariza               14-4 (2-1)    3
* NCAA Tournament First Round at Charlottesville, Va.             
! NCAA Tournament Final Four at Bethlehem, Pa.

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