Jan. 18, 2018
|Virginia (3-5, 0-0 ACC) vs. No. 25 North Carolina (6-8, 0-0 ACC)|
|Date/Time||January 19, 2018 | 7:00 p.m.|
|Location||Charlottesville, Va. | Memorial Gym|
|Multimedia||ACC Network Extra | Live Results|
|Additional Information||Twitter | Facebook | Instagram|
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Atlantic Coast Conference competition begins on Friday (Jan. 19) for the Cavaliers as the Virginia (3-5, 0-0 ACC) wrestling team hosts No. 25 North Carolina (6-8, 0-0 ACC). The dual will begin at 7 p.m. at Memorial Gym.
Admission to all home Virginia wrestling matches is free to the public.
FOLLOW THE ACTION
Fans who can’t make it out to Memorial Gym for Friday’s dual meet can keep up with the action through several different methods. The match will be streamed live through the ACC Network Extra and is also available through live stats. Links to both mediums are available at VirginiaSports.com. Fans can also keep up with the action through the program’s official Twitter account @UVAWrestling.
CAVALIERS IN THE RANKINGS
The Cavaliers have a pair of wrestlers in the national rankings heading into the Virginia Duals according to InterMat Wrestling. Redshirt freshman Louie Hayes (Orland Park, Ill.) is ranked No. 15 at 125 pounds, while sophomore and returning All-American Jack Mueller (Dallas, Texas) is No. 6 at 133 pounds.
PROBABLE VIRGINIA LINEUP
125: No. 15 Louie Hayes
133: No. 6 Jack Mueller
141: Sam Martino
149: Sam Krivus
157: Fred Green
165: Andrew Atkinson
174: Will Schany
184: Michael Battista OR Jack Walsh
197: Jay Aiello
HWT: Tyler Love
*Rankings By InterMat
PROBABLE NORTH CAROLINA LINEUP
125: James Szymanski
133: Zach Sherman
141: No, 18 A.C. Headlee
149: No. 5 Troy Heilmann
157: No. 17 Kennedy Monday OR Josh McClure
165: Anderson Pope OR Clay Lautt
174: No. 13 Ethan Ramos OR Adis Radoncic
184: No. 18 Chip Ness
197: No. 17 Daniel Chaid
HWT: Cory Daniel
*Rankings By InterMat
LAST TIME OUT FOR THE HOOS
Virginia competed last weekend at the Virginia Duals at the Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Va. There, the Cavaliers wrestled three duals with matchups against Iowa State, No. 10 Arizona State and Fresno State. Virginia dropped a back-and-forth dual with the Cyclones before falling to the Sun Devils. On day two of the event, Virginia won 7-of-10 weight classes in the dual with Fresno State.
UP NEXT FOR VIRGINIA
The Cavaliers will return to action next weekend with a pair of duals on the road. Virginia starts the weekend in ACC competition at No. 6 NC State on Friday (Jan. 26) before stepping out of conference for a match at Old Dominion on Sunday (Jan. 28).