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April 20, 2004

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The #15 ranked University of Virginia baseball team (32-7 overall, 14-4 ACC) will step out of Atlantic Coact Conference action when the ACC-leading Cavaliers play a total of five non-conference games over the next week. Virginia will host Norfolk State (April 20th) and Virginia Tech (April 21st) in Charlottesville before heading to Coral Gables, Florida to face the #4 ranked Miami Hurricanes in a three-game series on April 23-25. The Cavaliers will then conclude their five-game non-conference stretch with a home game against Radford on April 27th before a 10-day break for finals.

UVa is currently riding a 12-game winning streak and has not lost a game since falling 8-7 to N.C. State in Raleigh, N.C. back on March 28th. Virginia has won its last three, three-game weekend series, and in fact, has won all three of those series by sweeping their opponents after defeating Duke, Clemson and Maryland.

— UVa —

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