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National Field Hockey Coaches Asso-
ciation (NFHCA).
The women’s tennis team finished
the season with an overall record of
18–1 and was ranked second in the
nation. It was defeated in the ACC
tournament by Duke. In women’s
cross country, Head Coach Francie
Goodridge’s contract was not renewed,
and she left before the start of the
season. Annie Schweitzer Bennett
was hired as her replacement. At one
point, the team was ranked nineteenth
nationally. It was anchored by Janelle
Kraus, who finished her career with a
school-record twelve individual titles.
The women’s soccer team went
16–6–1 (4–3 in the ACC) and enjoyed
its most successful season in the six-
year history of the program. It advanced to the championship match of the ACC
Tournament for the first time and earned a national ranking of seventh. It received a
bid to the NCAA Tournament for the fourth consecutive season and advanced to the
round of sixteen teams.
The men’s soccer team went 13–3–5 (2–1–3 in the ACC) for third place in the
ACC. It had been ranked as high as third in the nation by the National Soccer Coaches
Association of America (NSCAA), its highest ranking to that time.
Trina Maso de Moya
The men’s soccer team had their best season ever
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