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The Virginia and Virginia Tech women and Maryland, Georgetown and Virginia men remain alive in the NCAA soccer tournaments.
ACC champion Maryland is the No. 5 seed in the NCAA men's soccer tournament, while Virginia, George Mason, Georgetown, Navy, UMBC, William & Mary, ODU and VCU also made the 48-team field.
Maryland won its second consecutive ACC soccer title, while George Mason conquered the Atlantic 10 and Navy advanced to the NCAA tournament for the first time in 25 years.
Maryland and Georgetown will enter the ACC and Big East men's soccer tournaments as the top seeds. Women's teams await the NCAA tournament announcement.
The Georgetown Hoyas moved back atop the local men's rankings, while the undefeated Virginia women's soccer team won its 16th consecutive match.
The University of Virginia women's soccer team remains the only perfect team in Division I after a pair of ACC victories. On the men's side, Virginia and the Maryland Terrapins are unbeaten in eight straight.
Georgetown, Maryland and Virginia have found their stride midway through the men's college soccer season, while the Virginia women's team remains perfect and ranked No. 1 in the country.
The Georgetown Hoyas (men) and undefeated Virginia Cavaliers (women) remain the top teams in the college soccer regional roundup.
The Georgetown men's and women's soccer teams continued their winning ways, while the top-ranked Virginia women remained unbeaten.