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Virginia Volleyball Announces Spring Schedule

Head Coach Dennis Hohenshelt

March 8, 2013

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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va.--Virginia volleyball head coach Dennis Hohenshelt announced the Cavaliers' 2013 spring schedule recently. UVa will play in three tournaments, including one home tourney at Memorial Gymnasium.

On April 6, the Cavaliers will travel to a tournament hosted by the Tidewater Volleyball Association in Virginia Beach, Va., and feature 15 teams, including Delaware, Duke, East Tennessee State, George Mason, James Madison, Maryland, NC State, Norfolk State, Maryland, UNC-Wilmington, VCU, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and William and Mary. 

Virginia will host a tournament at Memorial Gymnasium on April 13 against GMU, West Virginia and William and Mary. Admission to UVa's home tourney will be free to the public. 

The Cavaliers will conclude their spring schedule when they travel to Harrisonburg, Va., April 20 to face James Madison.

2013 Virginia Volleyball Spring Schedule

Date Tournament/Opponents Location
April 6

at Tidewater Volleyball Association
(Delaware, Duke, ETSU, GMU, JMU,
WF, W&M) 

Virginia Beach, Va.
April 13 GMU, WVU, W&M Memorial Gymnasium
April 20 James Madison Harrisonburg, Va.




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