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Virginia in the NCAA Tournament

NCAA Tournament History

Year Opponent Result Score Site Round
1971 Navy L 6-9 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
1972 Army W 10-3 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
Cortland W 14-7 Cortland, N.Y. SF
Johns Hopkins W 13-12 College Park, Md. F
1973 Hofstra W 12-5 Hempstead, N.Y. QF
Johns Hopkins L 9-12 Baltimore, Md. SF
1974 Cornell L 8-15 Ithaca, N.Y. QF
1978 Maryland L 10-15 College Park, Md.* QF
1979 Cornell W 15-8 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
Johns Hopkins L 7-16 Baltimore, Md. SF
1980 Cornell W 9-8 (OT) Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
North Carolina W 11-10 (2OT) Charlottesville, Va.@ SF
Johns Hopkins L 8-9 (2OT) Ithaca, N.Y. F
1981 Massachusetts W 16-12 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
Johns Hopkins L 6-10 Baltimore, Md. SF
1982 Adelphi W 15-7 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
Johns Hopkins L 9-13 Baltimore, Md. SF
1983 Maryland L 4-13 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
1984 North Carolina L 2-11 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
1985 Army W 10-6 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
Johns Hopkins L 8-11 Baltimore, Md. SF
1986 Navy W 12-9 Charlottesville, Va.@ QF
Syracuse W 12-10 Newark, Del. SF
North Carolina L 9-10 (OT) Newark, Del. F
1988 Yale W 10-9 (2OT) New Haven, Conn. 1st
Johns Hopkins W 11-10 (OT) Baltimore, Md. QF
Cornell L 6-17 Syracuse, N.Y. SF
1990 Rutgers L 6-7 Charlottesville, Va.@ 1st
1991 Towson L 13-14 Charlottesville, Va.@ 1st
1993 Notre Dame W 19-9 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Johns Hopkins L 10-14 Baltimore, Md. QF
1994 Notre Dame W 23-4 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
North Carolina W 12-10 Chapel Hill, N.C.% QF
Syracuse W 15-14 (OT) College Park, Md. SF
Princeton L 8-9 (OT) College Park, Md. F
1995 Brown W 16-13 Charlottesville, Va.# QF
Syracuse L 13-20 College Park, Md. SF
1996 Harvard W 23-12 Baltimore, Md. QF
Johns Hopkins W 16-10 College Park, Md. SF
Princeton L 12-13 (OT) College Park, Md. F
1997 Maryland L 9-10 College Park, Md. QF
1998 Hobart W 16-10 Amherst, Mass. 1st
Syracuse L 14-17 Hempstead, N.Y. QF
1999 Delaware W 17-10 Princeton, N.J. QF
Johns Hopkins W 16-11 College Park, Md. SF
Syracuse W 12-10 College Park, Md. F
2000 Duke W 10-9 Baltimore, Md. QF
Princeton L 11-12 College Park, Md. SF
2001 Hofstra L 14-15 (OT) West Point, N.Y. 1st
2002 Cornell W 11-10 Baltimore, Md. QF
Syracuse L 11-12 (2OT) New Brunswick, N.J. SF
2003 Mount St. Mary’s W 19-8 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Georgetown W 12-7 Towson, Md. QF
Maryland W 14-4 Baltimore, Md. SF
Johns Hopkins W 9-7 Baltimore, Md. F
2005 Albany W 23-9 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Navy W 10-8 Baltimore, Md. QF
Johns Hopkins L 8-9 (OT) Philadelphia, Pa. SF
2006 Notre Dame W 14-10 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Georgetown W 20-8 Towson, Md. QF
Syracuse W 17-10 Philadelphia, Pa. SF
Massachusetts W 15-7 Philadelphia, Pa. F
2007 Delaware L 8-14 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
2008 UMBC W 10-9 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Maryland W 8-7 (OT) Annapolis, Md. QF
Syracuse L 11-12 (2OT) Foxborough, Mass. SF
2009 Villanova W 18-6 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Johns Hopkins W 19-8 Annapolis, Md. QF
Cornell L 6-15 Foxborough, Mass. SF
2010 Mount St. Mary’s W 18-4 Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Stony Brook W 10-9 Stony Brook, N.Y. QF
Duke L 13-14 Baltimore, Md. SF
2011 Bucknell W 13-12 (OT) Charlottesville, Va.# 1st
Cornell W 13-9 Hempstead, N.Y. QF
Denver W 14-8 Baltimore, Md. SF
Maryland W 9-7 Baltimore, Md. F

Key to sites: @ Scott Stadium; *Maryland’s turf field; # Klöckner Stadium, % Kenan Stadium

NCAA All-Tournament Team Selections

1994
Matt Crisp (D)
James Ireland (G)
Michael Watson (A)
Tim Whiteley (A)

1996
Michael Watson (A)*
David Curry (M)
Tommy Smith (D)
Tim Whiteley (A)

1999
Conor Gill (A)*
Ryan Curtis (D)
Derek Kenney (G)
Jay Jalbert (M)
Tucker Radebaugh (A)
Court Weisleder (D)

2000
Ryan Curtis (D)
Conor Gill (A)

2002
John Christmas (A)

2003
Tillman Johnson (G)*
Brett Hughes (D)
Chris Rotelli (M)
A.J. Shannon (M)
Matt Ward (A)

2005
Kip Turner (G)
Matt Ward (A)

2006
Matt Ward (A)*
Michael Culver (D)
Kyle Dixon (M)
Danny Glading (A)
Matt Poskay (M)

2008
Danny Glading (A)

2010
Chris Bocklet (A)
Steele Stanwick (A)

2011
Colin Briggs (M)*
Bray Malphrus (D)
Nick O’Reilly (A)
Steele Stanwick (A)
Matt White (A/M)

* – denotes NCAA Championship’s Most Outstanding Player

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