Virginia at a glance

May 26, 1999

Location: Charlottesville, Va.

Enrollment: 12,296 undergraduate

Conference: Atlantic Coast

Tournament history: The Cavaliers return to the final four after making the national semifinals in 1994, 1995 and 1996. They lost to Princeton in the 1994 and 1996 championship games, both in overtime.

How they got here: After a first-round bye, the third seed beat No. 6 Delaware, 17-10, in the quarterfinals.

Coach: Dom Starsia. Seventh season at Virginia, 77-27; 17 seasons overall, 178-73.

Best game: The Cavaliers defeated Duke, 8-7, for the ACC championship on April 25, one week after losing to the Blue Devils.

Worst game: Virginia lost to Johns Hopkins, 16-15, on March 27 after failing to maintain a three-goal lead in the second quarter and a two-goal margin in the third.

Scoring leader: Tucker Radebaugh, 39.

Assist leader: Tucker Radebaugh, 28.

Faceoff specialists: David Jenkins, 114-174 (.655); and Jason Hard 112-178 (.629).

Goalie: Derek Kenney, .521 save pct.

Pub Date: 5/26/99

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