Feb. 14, 1998
Virginia Splits 1998 Season Opener
GREENSBORO, N.C. - The University of Virginia softball team began its 1998 season by splitting a pair of games with Campbell University. The Cavaliers won the first game 4-1, before dropping the second game by a score of 7-2.
UVa head softball coach Cheryl Sprangel and her staff began their coaching debut at Virginia with a bang, as they guided the Cavaliers to victory in game one. Stacey Zagol was spectacular in Virginia's win. She pitched an outstanding game, striking out seven batters while allowing only one earned run. Zagol received some offensive help from her teammates. Beth Crimi
(2-3) gathered two RBI while recording a double and a single. Stacy Holmes (1-3) and Jen Krill each gathered an RBI in the win.
In the second game, Christina Quinn took the mound for Virginia. She recorded five strikeouts and scattered four hits in her outing. On the offensive end, first-year player Meaghan Young (2-3) collected a double, single and gathering an RBI. Stacy Holmes (2-4) and Julie Amaon (2-4) each hit a double and a single in the loss.
With the split in the doubleheader, Virginia's record is 1-1 overall. The Cavaliers return to action on Sunday, (Feb. 15) as they face UNC-Greensboro in a doubleheader. Game one is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m.
Even-Keeled Cavaliers Ready for RematchMen's Basketball2/9/16At 8 p.m. Tuesday, No. 7 Virginia meets ACC rival Virginia Tech at John Paul Jones Arena. The Hokies upset the Cavaliers last month in Blacksburg.Short-Handed Cavaliers' Struggles ContinueWomen's Basketball2/8/16Since losing All-ACC guard Faith Randolph, the Virginia women's basketball team has lost six of eight games. UVA hosts Syracuse on Thursday night.Selflessness Fuels Cavaliers' Latest TriumphMen's Basketball2/6/16Ninth-ranked Virginia totaled 17 assists in its 64-50 win over ACC rival Pittsburgh at the sold-out Petersen Events Center on Saturday afternoon.
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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.
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