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Women's Soccer Announces Spring Schedule

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Emily Sonnett

VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM
Emily Sonnett
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

Feb. 27, 2013

CHARLOTTESVILLE - The Virginia women's soccer team has announced its spring schedule. The Cavaliers will play five games in March and April, four against top college teams and one against the Washington Spirit of the new NWSL.

The Cavaliers will play Florida in Cary, N.C., Duke in suburban Richmond, Penn State in suburban Baltimore, will play at the Washington Spirit and host Georgetown. The four college opponents all played in the 2012 NCAA Tournament, including NCAA runner-up Penn State. The Washington Spirit begins play in NWSL in April and have signed Virginia alumnae Lori Lindsey, Chantel Jones and Kika Toulouse, along with drafting Caroline Miller in the college draft.

2013 Virginia Spring Schedule

Date Opponent  Location Time
Mar. 23 vs. Florida Cary, N.C. (WakeMed Soccer Park) 4:00 pm
Mar. 30 vs. Duke Glen Allen, Va. (Striker Park) 2:00 pm
Apr. 6 at Washington Spirit Boyds, Md. (Maryland Soccerplex) 7:30 pm
Apr. 13 vs. Penn State Ellicott City, Md. (Howard High School) 6:00 pm
Apr. 20 Georgetown Charlottesville (Field TBA) 1:00 pm

 


 

 

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