The moment of solidarity from @uncwlax and @UVAWomensLax. 🙏
Honors continue to roll in for @DSUlax and @HUBison_WLax. pic.twitter.com/YZlaZmsjJl
— USA Lacrosse Magazine (@USALacrosseMag) May 15, 2022
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Monday, May 16, 2022
In Sunday’s NCAA Second Round game, both the @UVAWomensLax team and the @UNCWLAX squad teamed up for a show of solidarity. After the first goal of the game, both teams raised their sticks to stand in solidarity with the Delaware State and Howard University women’s lacrosse teams. In a movement taking off across the sport, teams are having a moment of protest to stand in solidarity with the two teams, each of which endured racially-motivated incidents this season. This article from the Fayetteville Observer has details about both incidents.
Bonne Chance Hoo!
Best of luck to Alexander Ritschard who is competing in #RolandGarros qualifying for the first time this week! He'll take on Laurent Lokoli of France in the opening round #GoHoos⚔️ pic.twitter.com/1x9LFrUXsi
— Virginia Men's Tennis (@UVAMensTennis) May 16, 2022
Best of luck to @UVAMensTennis alum Alexander Ritschard who will be competing this week in qualifying for the French Open. Ritschard reached a career-best singles ranking of No. 210 last month.