This weekend in Toledo, former #UVa golfer Brittany Altomare will try to help the United States win back the Solheim Cup.
“I think we’re all going in wanting to bring the cup back, especially on home soil.” https://t.co/FD7SrmmVPc pic.twitter.com/7aEpMy0fdK
— Cavalier Insider (@cavalierinsider) September 1, 2021
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Thursday, September 2, 2021
Check out this piece in the Daily Progress and get ready to cheer on former @UVAWomensGolf standout Brittany Altomare as she plays for Team USA in the Solheim Cup this weekend.
The cutest coin toss in sports history. 😍 pic.twitter.com/HLa5oiMnhy
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) September 1, 2021
@UVAMensTennis alum Brian Vahaly was recognized last night at the US Open as part of the tournament’s Pride Night ceremony. Vahaly and his husband Bill Jones, however, were completely upstaged by their twins who were in charge of the coin toss for Coco Gauff and Slone Stephens’ match.