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Cavaliers Host Spring Competition This Saturday

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The Virginia volleyball team will host one of its two remaining spring competition dates this Saturday at Memorial Gym. In-state opponents, Virginia Commonwealth University and James Madison, will travel to Charlottesville to compete against the Cavaliers this weekend.

“Our spring competition opportunities will allow us to focus on practical application of our training,” Maes said. “The players have been tremendous in their efforts to assimilate the technical and systematic concepts we’ve implemented this spring. Improvement is a constant objective for us. Assessment of our training and performance will be key in providing feedback toward our individual and team development. We are excited to play wonderful competition that will allow us to evaluate our progress and set a tone for the upcoming season. We invite and welcome fans to catch the exciting spring action.”

Matches will begin at 10 a.m., with Virginia taking on VCU in three games. The Cavaliers will again take the court and conclude the day with a best of five match with James Madison at 3:30 p.m.

Virginia’s only other spring competition date is Saturday, April 19, as the Cavaliers will travel to the 2008 College Invitational at the Great Lakes Center is Aurora, Ill.

 

 

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