April 3, 2018

No. 6 Virginia at No. 2 Maryland
Date/Time Wednesday, April 4, 7 p.m.
Multimedia/Game Info Live stats – ESPNU
Location College Park, Md. | Field Hockey & Lacrosse Complex
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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 6 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (8-3, 3-2 ACC) travels to No. 2 Maryland (10-1, 2-0 Big 10) on Wednesday (March 4). The Cavaliers and Terrapins meet at 7 p.m. at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex.

The game will be televised on ESPNU with Jay Alter and Sheehan Stanwick Burch on the call. Live stats are available on VirginiaSports.com.


  • Virginia split its two games last week, defeating Canisius 18-8 before falling to No. 3 Boston College, 15-12.
  • The Cavaliers are averaging 15.00 goals per game, while allowing 10.45. UVA held BC to its third lowest score this season.
  • Junior Avery Shoemaker (Wyndmoor, Pa.) has scored at least four goals in four of the last five games.
  • Sophomore Sammy Mueller (Pelham, N.Y.) leads UVA with 42 points on 31 goals with 11 assists. Mueller scored three straight goals in 1:35 against BC.
  • Junior Maggie Jackson (Alexandria, Va.) leads the ACC with 3.27 ground balls per game and junior Kaitlin Luzk (Alexandria, Va.) is second with 1.73 caused turnovers per game.


  • Maryland has won eight consecutive games, most recently defeating Michigan 16-9.
  • The Terrapins are averaging 16.45 goals per game with a 9.82 goals against average. Maryland leads the nation with 36.73 shots per game and is second nationally with 17.27 draw controls per game.
  • Megan Whittle is fourth in the nation with 43 goals, leading Maryland with 54 points this season.
  • Kali Hartshorn has a team-high 61 draw controls and Lizzie Colson leads Maryland with 25 ground balls and 15 caused turnovers.

This will be the 60th meeting all-time between Virginia and Maryland. The Terrapins lead the series 42-17 and are 17-4 in games played in College Park, Md. UVA has lost its last 10 games against Maryland, including a 16-11 loss last season. The last time UVA won was a 10-9 overtime win in the 2008 ACC Tournament in Charlottesville. Virginia’s last win in College Park was a 10-7 victory on April 27, 2007.

Virginia will host No. 19 Penn State on Saturday, April 7 at 1 p.m. at Klöckner Stadium. The game will be Senior Day, as all five seniors will be honored prior to the start of the game.