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March 26, 1999

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – After spending the first six weeks of the season on theroad, the University of Virginia women’s tennis team had a successful startto its home schedule with a 9-0 win over Boston University this afternoonat the Sheridan Snyder Tennis Center. The win, the Cavaliers’ third intheir last four matches, improves their record to 9-3, while BostonUniversity falls to 3-3.

The Cavaliers had very little difficulty downing the Terriers, winningevery set. Senior co-captain Stacy Gingold gained her second win in threematches with a 6-3, 6-4 win over Christina Causway at #2. The win wasGingold’s first straight-set win in over a month.

Sophomore Leslie Cook won her fourth match in a row with a 6-4, 6-1 winover Carrie Rose at #4, while sophomores Christie Schweer and Kelly Weavereach won for the seventh time in their last eight matches. Schweer downedMary Granger 6-1, 6-1 at #5 and Weaver defeated Karen Shostakovsky 6-1, 6-0at #6. Paige Boiko (at #1) and Amy O’Donnell (at #3) were also victoriousfor the Cavaliers.

The Terriers defaulted all three doubles matches.

Virginia returns to action on Tuesday with a 2 p.m. match at Richmond.

Virginia 9, Boston University 0


1-Paige Boiko (V) def. Selin Nassi                  7-6(1), 6-22-Stacy Gingold (V) def. Christina Causway             6-3, 6-43-Amy O'Donnell (V) def. Jennifer Momii              6-2, 7-6(4)4-Leslie Cook (V) def. Carrie Rose                     6-4, 6-15-Christie Schweer (V) def. Mary Granger               6-1, 6-16-Kelly Weaver (V) def. Karen Shostakovsky             6-1, 6-0


1-Boiko/Gingold (V) def. Nassi/Christine Cerretani,     default2-Cook/Schweer (V) def. Causway/Granger,                default3-O'Donnell/Weaver (V) def. Momii/Rose,                 default
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