April 7, 1997
Third Time's a Charm for UVa vs. Maryland Softball
Two Prior Attempts to Play Cancelled by Rain
Overall Record: 9-12
South Atlantic Softball Alliance record: 2-4
Atlantic Coast Conference record: 2-2
Results (week ending April 6) Date Opponent Site W/L Score Pitcher of Record 4/4 South Florida (G1) Tampa, Fla. L 4-1 Fox (3-3) 4/4 South Florida (G2) Tampa, Fla. L 2-3 Zagol (2-6) 4/6 Florida State (G1) Tallahassee, Fla. L 8-0 Quinn (3-3) 4/6 Florida State (G2) Tallahassee, Fla. W 6-3 Zagol (3-6) Record In... W L All Games 9 12 SASA 2 2 Home 0 0 Away 3 5 Neutral 6 7 One Run Games 4 3 Extra Innings 2 0 vs. Left Handers 3 2 vs. Right Handers 6 10
Stacey Zagol snapped Virginia's five-game losing streak by defeating #18 Florida State, 6-3, in the final game of the four-game roadtrip. The win also enabled Zagol to end a personal two-game losing streak. Sparking the win for Virginia was Amy Peay, who wnet 1-for-2 with a run scored and an RBI single. Peay reached base two other times in the game as she was hit twice by FSU's Kristy Fuentes. The six runs equaled the Cavs best offensive output of the season. UVa also scored six times in a 6-3 win over Indiana State on March 12.
Thanks, But No Thanks
By defeating FSU, Virginia avoided becoming the 900th victim of Florida State coach Dr. JoAnne Graf. Graf earned her 899th career victory as Fuentes no-hit the Cavaliers in the first game of the twin-bill, 8-0. Virginia postponned Graf's celebration as they stopped the Seminole in the second game. The win also ended the Seminoles five-game winning streak over Virginia. Prior to Sunday, the Cavs last victory over FSU came on April 23, 1994 (UVa 3, FSU 0).
On Deck This Week or "Welcome Home, This Is Virginia"
Virginia will attempt to play its home opener for the third time this season as Maryland comes to town for a doubleheader Tuesday, April 8, at 2:30 pm. Two prior attempts to play games at The Park both were cancelled by rain. The North-South Classic and a twin-bill against Virginia Tech had to be nixed thanks to Mother Nature. This season, the Cavaliers have played 16 games in Florida, three in North Carolina, and just two (both at Radford) in the state of Virginia. Later, Georgia Tech also comes to town for a three-game set that begins on Friday (3:00 pm) and concludes with a doubleheader on Saturday (1:00 pm).
Mihaljevic's Star Continues to Rise at UVATrack & Field, Cross Country5/24/16Power Surge Contributing to Cavaliers' SuccessBaseball5/21/16Versatile Doherty Delivers AgainBaseball5/20/16
Director of News Content
Blake Miller Resigns As Virginia Softball Coach
Softball | 5/19/2016
University of Virginia director of athletics Craig Littlepage announced today that head softball ...
Allison Davis Named All-ACC Second Team
Softball | 5/12/2016
Sophomore outfielder Allison Davis earned All-ACC Second-Team honors when the league announced...
Virginia Falls In Saturday Doubleheader At Virginia Tech
Softball | 4/30/2016
Home runs proved to be the offense of the day as Virginia fell in both games of a doubleheader at...
Virginia Drops Series Opener At Virginia Tech 2-1
Softball | 4/29/2016
An unearned run proved to be the difference Friday night as Virginia fell to Virginia Tech 2-1 in...
Virginia Closes Regular Season At Virginia Tech
Softball | 4/28/2016
Virginia closes the regular season this weekend, traveling to face Virginia Tech in a three-game ...
Wednesday Softball Game With George Mason Cancelled
Softball | 4/27/2016
Expected inclement weather in the area has forced the cancellation of Wednesday afternoon's...
Virginia Hosts George Mason In Single Game Wednesday
Softball | 04/26/2016
Virginia closes out the home portion of the schedule on Wednesday, hosting George Mason in a...
Virginia Falls 8-6 In Series Finale At Georgia Tech
Softball | 04/24/2016
Virginia won the weekend series, but dropped the finale in an 11-inning marathon on Sunday at...
- Online Stores