No. 8 Virginia Hosts No. 16 Loyola on Wednesday
|No. 16 Loyola Greyhounds (1-4, 0-0 PL) at No. 8 Virginia Cavaliers (3-3, 0-2 ACC)|
|Date and Time||Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 7:00 p.m.|
|Location||Charlottesville, Va. | KlÃ¶ckner Stadium|
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March 10, 2015
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 8 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (3-3, 0-2 ACC) hosts No. 16 Loyola (1-4, 0-0 PL) on Wednesday, March 11 at 7 p.m. at KlÃ¶ckner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.
This will be the first time this season that the Cavaliers have played at KlÃ¶ckner Stadium after playing five of its first six games on the road, including last Saturday’s (March 7) 10-7 loss at No. 2 North Carolina. Virginia’s lone home game this season, a 13-9 victory last Tuesday (March 3) over Harvard, was played at Turf Field.
Freshman Kasey Behr (Northport, N.Y.) has posted a hat trick in each of the last two games. Junior Kelly Boyd (Baltimore, Md.), who leads the Cavaliers with 13 goals this season, is averaging 3.0 goals per game in the last four games and has two four-goal games in that span.
Seniors Liza Blue (Butler, Md.) and Courtney Swan (Vero Beach, Fla.) are tied for the team lead with 19 points. Blue has 12 goals with seven assists, while Swan has scored eight goals with a team-high 11 assists. Blue and Swan have combined to win 41 of Virginia’s 69 draw controls.
Virginia leads the all-time series 23-9-1 against Loyola. In the last meeting, UVa held a 5-3 lead at halftime, but Loyola scored 13 goals in the second half to earn a 16-12 victory.
The Greyhounds have opened the season with six-straight games against ranked opponents, going 1-4 so far. That stretch included playing two overtime games, with Loyola defeating No. 18 Johns Hopkins, but falling to No. 19 James Madison. Loyola is coming off a 12-8 home loss to No. 9 Penn State on Saturday. Maddy Lesher, Annie Thomas and Taryn VanThof are on the Tewaaraton Watch List. Hannah Schmitt leads the team with 17 points, with a team-leading 14 goals and three assists. Thomas paces the team with 8 assists and VanThof has a team-best 16 draw controls and 12 ground balls.
Virginia, which plays three of its next four games at home at KlÃ¶ckner Stadium, will next host No. 10 Princeton on Saturday, March 14 at 4 p.m.
Single-game reserved seats are available for all women’s home games for $7. Single-game general admission adult tickets for women’s home games are $5, while youth (18 and under), seniors (60 and over), and UVa faculty and staff tickets are $4 each.