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Nov. 4, 1997

No. 16 Maryland Downs Virginia in Three Games

COLLEGE PARK, MD -- The 16th-ranked Maryland Terrapins improved their record to 22-0 overall and 13-0 in the ACC, defeating Virginia in three games, 15-5, 15-4, 15-10. Maryland now travels to Florida State who is ranked second in the ACC.

Maryland was led tonight by its two All-American seniors, Elizabeth Efron and Eden Kroeger. Efron registered a team-high 15 kills and hit .400 while Kroeger hit a team-high .636 after registering seven kills on 11 swings with no errors. She also had 10 digs. Senior Lindy Forsberg and junior Kim Adolphs each had 12 digs apiece to lead the Terps on defense. Senior Conya Jabari-Kitwala hit .500 off nine kills.

Maryland hit .313 as a team to Virginia's .066.

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