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Hoos Brew 10/9: No Better Feeling
Today, Virginia football heads into its bye week with high spirits.
Good morning! There’s no better feeling than a win on Saturday!
What’s steeping in today's Brew?
🏈 In the win column
⚽️ Flying with the Eagles
⚔️ And much, much more!
📈 STOCK UP
🔼 There We Go! Virginia football picked up its first win of the season on Saturday, taking down William & Mary by a 27-13 final score!
📰 FEATURE: Hoos Head Into Bye Week In High Spirits
📸 PHOTO ALBUM: UVA Football vs. William & Mary
🎙 POSTGAME PRESSER: Virginia Head Coach Tony Elliott
🔼 Even With The Eagles. A 76th-minute goal from Stephen Annor tied Virginia men’s soccer’s match against Boston College 1-1 on Friday, and the Hoos salvaged a draw against the Eagles.
Annor’s goal was his seventh of the season, and sixth in his past seven games.
🔼 Comeback Falls Short. Virginia women’s soccer played from behind most of Sunday afternoon against NC State, allowing two goals in the first 12 minutes before a valiant comeback effort came up short in a 2-1 loss.
🔼 Pair Of Tough Ones. Virginia volleyball dropped two tough matches over the weekend to ACC opponents, although the Hoos made some history by taking a top-15 opponent to five sets for the first time.
📰 GAME 1: Cavaliers Fall To Clemson, 3-1
🔼 Dropped In Overtime. Virginia and Duke field hockey played just about as close as the two teams possibly could on Friday, battling to a scoreless tie into the fourth period, matching goals at that point, and ending in overtime.
🤔 HOOS TRIVIA
Leaving No Doubt. How many consecutive points did Virginia football score to end the game against William & Mary?
Think you got it? Scroll down to the bottom of this email for the answer!
We like our Brew hot n’ fresh. But we’re not opposed to you reheating your cup. Here’s some news you may have missed recently…
⚔️ They Won A Professional Championship. Then They Returned To Their Day Jobs. Virginia men’s lacrosse alums Jared Conners and Matt Moore recently won a PLL championship with Archers Lacrosse Club.
⚔️ Cause Holds Special Meaning For Cavalier Linebacker. Virginia linebacker Stevie Bracey’s mother has had breast cancer twice. She’s healthy now, but Bracey knows her story could have ended differently.
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📅 UPCOMING SCHEDULE
Monday, October 9
🎾 Women’s Tennis at ITF World Tennis Tour — Florence, S.C.
🎉 TRIVIA ANSWER
The Hoos turned a 13-3 deficit into a 27-13 win!
⚔️ Have a great Monday, y’all!