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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s lacrosse team will host its final regular-season contest in Klckner Stadium on Wednesday evening at 7 p.m. No. 12 George Mason, having its best season ever, comes to Charlottesville looking for its first win over the Cavaliers in 10 meetings. The game will be webcast on ACC Select and WINA 1070 AM will provide a live radio broadcast of the game.

The Patriots enter the contest scoring 13.67 goals per game, while allowing opponents only 9.42 goals a contest. The Cavaliers, on average, score 12.36 goals per game, while the defense ranks fourth nationally in allowing opponents just 7.07 scores an outing.

Brittany Berger leads George Mason’s attack with 34 goals and Laura King has tallied 44 points on 32 goals and 12 assists. Sara Longobucko leads the Patriots’ defense by giving up just 9.02 goals per game, while stopping .474 percent of opponents’ shots.

For the Cavaliers, juniors Ashley McCulloch and Jenny Hauser pace the attack. McCulloch leads the ACC in assists per game, dishing out 26 helpers and has added 19 goals for 45 points. Hauser holds the team lead with 29 goals.

In goal, senior Kendall McBrearty leads the ACC and is ranked fourth nationally in allowing just 7.11 goals per game.

This past Sunday, history was made in Klckner Stadium, as head coach Julie Myers led Virginia to its 400th victory as a program. The 17-6 win over No. 16 Johns Hopkins also marked Myers’ 100th victory in Charlottesville.

Prior to the start of Wednesday’s game, Virginia’s four true fourth-years will be honored in a senior day ceremony. Claire Bordley, Alice Hughey, Megan O’Malley and McBrearty will be playing in their final regular-season game in Klckner Stadium. These four Cavaliers have accumulated an overall record of 62-16 entering the contest. They have won back-to-back ACC Championships and are three-time NCAA Tournament participants who have made it to the national championship game twice.

Following Wednesday’s game, the Cavaliers will take a week off before hosting the ACC Tournament April 24-27 in Scott Stadium.

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