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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    The body of Yeardley Love, 22, was found in an off-campus apartment early Monday, May 3, 2010. Though police said there were obvious signs of physical trauma, they offered no further details on what caused the young woman's death.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    According to the Virginia lacrosse roster, Huguely is an anthropology major from Chevy Chase, Md., who attended Landon High School in Bethesda, Md., which has a high-powered lacrosse program.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    Police arrested University of Virginia lacrosse player George Huguely on Monday, May 3, 2010, and charged the 22-year-old with first-degree murder in the killing of Yeardley Love, who also plays lacrosse for UVA.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    University of Virginia men's lacrosse player George Huguely, 22, a fourth-year student from Chevy Chase, Md., is shown in a Nov. 2008 booking photo provided by the Lexington Police Department after his arrest for public intoxication. Huguely has been charged with first-degree murder in the death of UVa women's lacrosse player Yeardley Love, 22, a fourth-year student from Cockeysville, Md.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    Huguely, number 11, played second midfield for the Virginia Cavaliers in 2009 and tallied three goals with four assists in 17 games, according to the UVA roster.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    Yeardley Love played on the women's lacrosse team at UVA. In 2009 she started in nine out of 16 games. In high school, Love attended the prestigious Notre Dame Preparatory School, where she was named all-county in lacrosse.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    In an interview posted on VirginiaSports.com, Love said that playing for UVA was "a dream come true." <p> "I had wanted to play lacrosse at Virginia since I was little," she said.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    Love and Huguely "had a relationship at some point," Charlottesville, Va., Police Chief Timothy Longo said, and one friend told ABC News the two were still involved.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    One source at the university told ABC News he was shocked by the charges against Huguely. <p> "[Huguely] was always well liked, well respected and had plenty of friends," said the source, adding that Huguely could be described as a "big man on campus."
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    In high school, Huguely was named an All-American lacrosse player and was the fifth-leading goal scorer in the school's history.
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  • UVA Lacrosse Murder

    In an interview with the Washington Post in 2006, when he was a senior at Landon High School, Huguely expressed sympathy for the Duke lacrosse players, some of whom also attended Landon, who were then caught up in a sex scandal that later proved to be false. <p> "They've been scrutinized so hard and no one knows what has happened yet. In this country, you're supposed to be innocent until proven guilty," he told the Post. "I think that's the way it should be."
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