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ATLANTA — Virginia received the NCAA Division I girls’s swimming and diving championship Saturday evening for the second straight 12 months.

UVa totaled 551.5 factors within the four-day meet; Texas was second with 406 factors. The Cavaliers received seven particular person occasions and 4 relays within the meet, breaking 5 American information.

UVa’s Kate Douglass received her third particular person title in as many nights Saturday, successful the 200 breaststroke and breaking the American file with a time of two minutes, 2.19 seconds. She broke the American file in all three of her wins.

Virginia’s Alex Walsh additionally received her third particular person title in as many nights Saturday, successful the 200 butterfly with a school-record time of 1:50.79. Teammate Abby Harter was eleventh.

UVa’s Gretchen Walsh received the 100 freestyle Saturday, breaking faculty and pool information with a time of 49.05 seconds.

The quartet of Douglass, Alex Walsh, Reilly Tiltmann and Gretchen Walsh received the 400 freestyle relay Saturday, breaking American and NCAA information with a time of three:06.91. The Virginia Tech foursome of Sarah Shackelford, Anna Landon, Reka Gyorgy and Emma Atkinson was 14th with a school-record time of three:13.16.

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Atkinson was sixth within the 200 backstroke (1:49.86), incomes All-America honors.

UVa’s Ella Nelson was fourth within the 200 breaststroke (2:05.51), with teammate Anna Keating eighth (2:07.1) and UVa’s Alexis Wenger eleventh.

Virginia’s Maddie Donohoe was sixth within the 1,650 freestyle (1:49.63).

WOMEN’S SWIMMING

W&L relay 14th

The Washington and Lee foursome of Brynn Martinson, Turner Bobbitt, Claudia Barnett and Sophia Rollo took sixteenth within the 400 freestyle relay (3:27.86) Saturday on the ultimate day of the NCAA Division III championships in Indianapolis.

WRESTLING

Hokies end eighth

Virginia Tech completed eighth within the crew standings on the NCAA championships, which concluded Saturday, in Detroit.

It was Tech’s seventh top-10 end on the NCAAs.

Tech had 52.5 factors. Penn State received the title with 131.5 factors. Michigan was second with 95 factors.

North Carolina State was tenth. UVa tied for thirtieth.

SOFTBALL

No. 6 Virginia Tech 9, North Carolina 1

Alexa Milius had three hits, together with a two-run homer, and 4 RBIs to guide the Hokies (21-3, 9-0 ACC) previous the Tar Heels (16-13, 2-4) on Sunday in a five-inning sport in Blacksburg.

UVa 8, N.C. State 1

Reigning ACC participant of the week Abby Weaver (Cave Spring) had an RBI single to assist the Cavaliers (18-11, 5-1 ACC) beat the Wolfpack (19-10, 2-7) on Sunday in Raleigh, N.C.

Radford 3, Winthrop 2

Hannah Poole had an RBI single within the sixth inning to present the Highlanders (9-12, 3-3 Big South) a win over the Eagles (10-17, 4-2) on Sunday in Rock Hill, S.C.

Ferrum splits doubleheader

Ferrum (10-4) break up a house doubleheader with William Peace (13-6) on Sunday, successful the opener 8-7 in eight innings and dropping the second sport 4-3.

Laney Jo Patterson hit an RBI double within the eighth to present Ferrum the Game 1 win.

BASEBALL

No. 19 UVa 16, Boston College 8

Alex Tappen had 4 hits and 6 RBIs to guide the Cavaliers (19-1, 5-1 ACC) previous the Eagles (7-11, 1-5) on Sunday in Charlottesville.

Virginia Tech 7, Pitt 1

Conor Hartigan and Nick Biddison homered to guide the Hokies (12-6, 2-4 ACC) previous the Panthers (10-10, 1-5) on Sunday in Blacksburg.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE

Radford 8, Akron 6

AKRON, Ohio — Olivia Hunter had 18 saves to guide the Highlanders (1-6) previous the Zips (2-8) on Sunday.

It was Samantha Hurley’s first win as Radford’s coach.


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