WEYMOUTH, Mass. — Top-ranked Virginia was victorious in its first road match of the season, downing Boston College 7-0 Sunday at the Weymouth Club. The Cavaliers improve to 10-0 this season (3-0 ACC), while the Eagles fall to 2-3 (0-1 ACC). The victory extended Virginia’s ACC-record win streak it posted its 66th consecutive win against conference competition.
In doubles, the Cavaliers swept all three matches to take a 1-0 lead. Drew Courtney and Steven Rooda won at the top spot in a tiebreaker after Alex Domijan and Justin Shane won at No. 2 and Julen Uriguen and Philippe Oudshoorn won at No. 3.
In singles, Virginia swept all six matches, five of them in consecutive sets. Domijan won at No. 1, Courtney was victorious at No. 2, Uriguen won at No. 3, Shane posted a win at No. 4 and Santiago Villegas won at No. 6, all in consecutive sets. At No. 5, Oudshoorn rallied from losing the first set to win in a third-set superbreaker to complete the sweep.