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October 23, 1998

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Junior forward Angela Hucles (Virginia Beach, Va./Norfolk Academy) scored 2:40 into overtime tonight against Wake Forest, giving the Cavaliers the ACC victory and establishing her as the all-time leading scorer at Virginia. Hucles’ 46th career goal, which is already a Cavalier record, coupled with her 12 career assists, gives her 104 career points, eclipsing the 102 tallied by former Cavalier All-American Andrea Rubio (1989-92).

Wake Forest and Virginia, both of whom had one loss in ACC competition, battled through a scoreless regulation with both keepers coming up big for their squads. Wake’s Erin Regan tallied nine saves for the Demon Deacons while All-ACC goalie Megan Boehm (Howard, Md./Centennial) made 11 saves for the Cavaliers, preserving the shutout. Statistically, the game was close as the Cavaliers outshot the Demon Deacons 19-18 but the Deacs had the edge in corner kicks 6-5. The game was the Cavaliers’ seventh trip into overtime this season, which is the most for a single seaon in school history. The Cavaliers have a record of 3-2-2 in overtime contests this season.

Virginia concludes its ACC regular season with a trip to Chapel Hill on Sunday to face the top-ranked Tar Heels. Game time at Fetzer Field is 1:00 pm.

#13 Virginia 1, #21 Wake Forest 0

                                 1   2   1ot FinalWake Forest (11-4-1, 3-2 ACC)    0   0   0   0Virginia (11-4-2, 5-1 ACC)       0   0   1   1

Goals: Virginia: Hucles / 92:40
Shots: Virginia: 19, Wake Forest: 18.
Saves: Virginia: 11 (Boehm 11) , Wake Forest: 9 (Regan 9).
Corner Kicks: Virginia: 5, Wake Forest: 6.
Fouls: Virginia: 4, Wake Forest: 11.
Offsides: Virginia: 5, Wake Forest: 3

Attendance: 677.

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