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UVA Men’s Tennis Team Will Visit White House

UVA Men’s Tennis Team Will Visit White House

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The University of Virginia men’s tennis team will go to Washington on Monday. President Obama has invited UVA Coach Brian Boland and his players to the White House. The Cavaliers won their first-ever NCAA title in men’s tennis last May.  UVA has won other national titles in prior years, including men’s soccer, rowing, and men’s and women’s lacrosse.  In September 2010, the President’s guests included Rowingh Coach Kevin Sauer (pictured left) Athletic Director Craig Littlepage (pictured center, ande men’s soccer coach George Gelnovatch (pictured right).

 

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