The Virginia softball team met Syracuse 1-0 in the series finals at Palmer Park on Sunday at the wrong end of a pitcher duel.
Four UVa pitchers limited the Orange (18-16, 11-13 ACC) to two hits in the afternoon, but Syracuse was able to cross a run and kept the Cavaliers (15-29, 10-23 ACC) on one afternoon hit to to get the win.
Aly Rayle (3-7) took the loss to the Cavaliers and allowed the one run with one hit with two walks and two swings. Rayle started with 2.0 innings.
Alexa Romero (8-5) won the overall game for Orange and allowed the one hit with four strokes. She didn't go dough.
Syracuse got on the board in the second inning when Lailoni Mayfield doubled to meet Toni Martin, who took a walk and stole the second. One run would last for the life of the orange.
UVa occupies seventh place
The # 31 Virginia Men's Golf Team finished seventh in the line game at Sunday's ACC Championships on the Crabapple Course at the Capital City Club in Milton, Georgia. After the round was washed out on Saturday due to rain, the game continued on Sunday morning. The Cavaliers shot 7-over-287 for a total of 54 holes-19-over-859 on the third round.