Virginia wins men's tennis title

Updated: May 21, 2013, 11:18 PM ET
Associated Press

URBANA, Ill. -- Virginia finally took that last step and won an NCAA men's tennis championship.

After losing in the championship match the last two seasons, the second-seeded Cavaliers defeated top-seeded UCLA 4-3 Tuesday to win their first NCAA title after the Bruins let a potential match point slip away.

"Outside of having four children with a great wife, it's the next best feeling I've had in my life," Virginia coach Brian Boland said. "It's been a long journey."

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