Sunday, November 25, 2001
UC women lose in soccer Sweet 16
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The University of Cincinnati women's soccer team ended their best season on a down note, losing 4-0 to Virginia Saturday in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.
UC's Erin Cain chases Virginia's Lori Lindsay.
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Virginia freshman Lindsay Gusick recorded her second hat trick of the season and added an assist against a UC team that had surrendered only 10 goals in 23 games.
The Cavaliers had a dominating 20-6 edge in shots and 4-0 advantage in corner kicks.
UC finishes 20-4. Virginia advances to play Santa Clara in the round of eight.
Dillon key to Battle of Ohio
Browns favored for first time
Balanced offense worked the first time
Who's got the edge?
Players to watch
Bengals-Browns by the numbers
NFL power ratings
Today's NFL predictions
St. X rolls into state finals
DAUGHERTY: St. X keeps our hopes up
Dream lives on for St. X brothers
Ticket sales fall short
Sollmann brothers recall playoffs
Ohio football playoffs
Ohio playoffs roundup
CovCath ousted in state semifinal 17-14
Kentucky football playoffs
Indiana football playoffs
Missouri 72, Xavier 60
Missouri star shows he's the real deal
Xavier women lose again
Larkin recovery on track
Reds Q&A with John Fay
SULLIVAN: Michigan worth wait for Tressel
Ohio State 26, Michigan 20
Miami season ends on downer
Thomas More ousted from playoffs
Oregon spanks Pitino, Louisville
Kentucky 94, Morehead State 75
Late men's college basketball
Men's major college basketball scores
NKU 88, Lewis 73
NKU women 74, Lewis 43
High School Insider
La Salle runner advances to national meet
Girls basketball roundup
Ohio girls basketball scores
Best and worst of week in sports
Cyclones 3, Wheeling 2
Mighty Ducks 4, Grand Rapids 3
Fehr on roll at Hoinke Classic
Sports events this week
vs. South Florida (3-4)|
1:00 p.m. Sat. Nov. 20
Radio: WLW-AM 700
THE BIG EAST
UC joins Big East
A special section of complete coverage, as the UC Bearcats join one of the nation's elite sports conferences.