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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 4 Virginia women’s lacrosse team will look to rebound from a last second upset this past Wednesday at No. 6 Georgetown. The Cavaliers will host No. 16 Johns Hopkins in a crucial late season contest on Sunday at 1 p.m. Virginia enters the game with 399 program victories, while head coach Julie Myers will be looking to collect her 100th win in Charlottesville.

Virginia (10-3, 4-1 ACC) and Johns Hopkins (6-6, 0-1 ALC) have only met two times prior to this season. The Cavaliers won the inaugural meeting in 2005, 10-8, and last year, the Blue Jays won 12-9 in Baltimore, Md.

Brett Bathras is leading Johns Hopkins this season with 28 points. She has scored 11 goals and added a team-high 17 helpers. Sam Schrum leads the scoring column with 22 goals. On the draw, Kadie Stamper and Schrum have won 50 draw controls, combined. Sarah Gallion leads the defense with 26 ground balls, while Lizzie O’Ferrall and Julianne Wisner share time in goal. O’Ferrall leads the way, allowing 8.58 goals per game and stopping .510 percent of shots faced. Wisner is allowing 9.19 goals per game and has stopped .403 percent of opponents’ shots.

Juniors Ashley McCulloch and Jenny Hauser lead the Cavaliers this season. McCulloch has 39 points on 14 goals and 25 assists, while Hauser holds the team lead with 28 goals. Sophomores Brittany Kalkstein and Kaitin Duff lead the midfield. Kalkstein has won 39 draw controls and Duff has scooped up 31 ground balls. Goalie Kendall McBrearty leads the ACC and is ranked fourth in the nation in goals allowed per game, as the senior gives up just 7.17 goals per game.

The Cavaliers are beginning a long homestand as they wrapped up the road portion of their schedule this past Wednesday. Virginia will next host No. 12 George Mason on Wednesday in the squad’s regular season finale. The Cavaliers will take a week off following the game before playing host to the ACC Tournament, beginning on April 24.

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