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Cavaliers drop fourth-straight game to a top-10-ranked team
Cavaliers looking for ninth-straight victory over the Orange
Cavaliers shut the Spiders out in the second half after trailing at the intermission
Cavaliers begin the 2013 campaign on the road in Baltimore
The No. 6 Cavaliers hosted the No. 1 Terrapins in the 2013 home opener.
Appeared in eight games
Left the team midseason
Appeared in six games with three starts before her season ended with an injury
Scored a goal in her UVa debut at Richmond, also picking up a ground ball and winning a draw control in the game
Scored a goal in her final game of the year against William & Mary
Picked up a season-high four ground balls at North Carolina, also causing a pair of turnovers
Finished with nine ground balls, four draw controls and two caused turnovers in six games
Transferred to Virginia after playing 2012 at Florida
Appeared in 16 games with six starts
Recorded 12 draw controls, 11 ground balls, six caused turnovers and an assist
Saw action off the bench against Penn State in the NCAA Quarterfinals
Came in against No. 1 Northwestern in the ALC Championship game
Caused the game-changing turnover in double overtime at No. 19 Johns Hopkins which set up the game-winning goal and gave Florida its first-ever overtime victory, adding a draw control and a ground ball
Made her first career start against Jacksonville, where she caused a turnover
Captain and center for the Ridgewood High School team, while also being named an alternate on the U.S. Women's U-19 National Team
Ranked the No. 18 recruit in the nation by Inside Lacrosse Magazine
Under Armour All-American and US Lacrosse All-American
Two-time first-team all-county, two-time First-Team All-Suburban, First-Team All-State and Third Team All-State
2010 State Champions in her junior season (2010) and County and Divisional Champions from 2008-11
No. 16 recruit in the country by ESPN Rise
Led 2010 team in draw controls with a season total of 63, the second-highest single-season total for Ridgewood
Also a letterwinner and Second Team All-League as a forward on the Ridgewood varsity soccer team
Full name is Sally Ann Jentis
Daughter of Caytha and Mike Jentis
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