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Virginia basketball in free fall, baseball loses first game

It was the end of a bad week for Virginia men's basketball at Clemson, although the road trip continues. The Cavaliers shot more air balls than three-pointers.

Sammy Zeglinski said Virginia is "reeling", which might be a generous way of describing what has quickly become a lost season.

In baseball, Virginia lost to East Carolina to set up a regional-like rubber match.

Also of not, lacrosse coach Dom Starsia won his 200th game for the Cavaliers with a season-opening win at Drexel and the women's swimming team won its third consecutive ACC championship.

By Zach Berman  |  February 21, 2010; 10:26 AM ET
 
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