RICHMOND, Va. – No. 12 Virginia (3-0) had 11 players score and junior Charlie Campbell (Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.) had 12 saves in the 19-5 win at Richmond (1-1) on Thursday afternoon at Robins Stadium.
Junior Sammy Mueller (Pelham, N.Y.) and freshman Lillie Kloak (Ridgewood, N.Y.) each had a hat trick, four players had two goals and five players added one goal. The Cavaliers also had eight assists, with seniors Maggie Jackson (Alexandria, Va.) and Avery Shoemaker (Wyndmoor, Pa.) each with two.
UVA led in shots (37-26), ground balls (18-15), draw controls (15-11) and free position goals (7-2). Marissa Brown led Richmond with two goals and an assist.
Richmond scored the first two goals of the game. UVA was on the board first with a goal by Jackson. Richmond had a 3-1 lead before UVA went on a 6-0 run over a 21-minute span to close the first half. The Cavaliers led 7-3 at the break. UVA opened up the game with 12 consecutive goals after Richmond scored first in the second half. The Cavaliers held Richmond without a goal for 20-minute spans in both halves.
“It was a day that went our way in so many categories. It was nice to see so many different players contribute on offense. Really, Charlie (Campbell) made a bunch of saves, defenders kept coming up with big play after big play and did just enough until we could really open it up. I am proud of the effort and proud of the contribution from so many people and I feel like we are moving in the right direction with a big game on Saturday.”

  • Lillie Kloak recorded her first career hat trick.
  • Maggie Jackson and Sammy Mueller led the Cavaliers with four points each. Jackson had two goals and two assists, while Mueller had three goals and an assist.
  • Annie Dyson (Alexandria, Va.) had a career-high six draw controls.
  • Charlie Campbell matched a career-high with 12 saves in the net.
  • Avery Shoemaker finished with three points on two assists and one goal.
  • Ashlyn McGovern (Phoenix, Md.), Courtlynne Caskin (Potomac, Md.) and Chloe Jones (Slingerlands, N.Y.) each scored two goals.
  • Nora Bowen (Lovettsville, Va.) and Taylor Regan (Larchmont, N.Y.) had one goal and one assist apiece.
  • Liza Williamson (Richmond, Va.) scored her first collegiate goal.
  • Angie Loynaz (Cos Cobb, Conn.) added a goal.

Virginia will have a quick turnaround as it hosts No. 9 Princeton on Saturday, Feb. 23 at 1 p.m. at Klöckner Stadium. The game will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra.