CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 7 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (4-0) begins a two-game road swing this week at William & Mary (2-0) on Tuesday, Feb. 26, at 5 p.m. at Martin Family Stadium in Williamsburg, Va.
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  • Virginia is 4-0 on the season, with two wins over ranked opponents. Both wins have been at home.
  • The Cavaliers have held their opponents to single-digit goals.
  • UVA is second in the ACC with 12.50 caused turnovers per game. Virginia had 16 caused turnovers in the 14-9 win over then-No. 9 Princeton.
  • UVA is tied for the ACC lead in saves per game with 9.25 and is second in goals against average (7.50).
  • Virginia is averaging 14.75 goals per game and 21.75 points per contest.


  • Junior Sammy Mueller (Pelham, N.Y.) matched her career-high with six goals in the win over Princeton and has recorded hat tricks in back-to-back games. Mueller leads the ACC with 3.75 ground balls per game and is seventh in goals per game (3.00).
  • Senior Maggie Jackson (Alexandria, Va.) is third in the conference with 2.50 assist per game and ninth in points per game (4.00).
  • Freshman Annie Dyson (Alexandria, Va.) scored the first goal just 10 seconds into the game against Princeton. Dyson finished with two goals and two assists.
  • Senior Allison Shields (Phoenix, Md.) leads the ACC in caused turnovers per game (2.50). She has had a caused turnover in each game this season.
  • Junior Charlie Campbell (Lloyd Harbor, N.Y.) is first in the ACC in save percentage (.554) and saves per game (9.00).


  • Virginia and William & Mary have met every year since 1976.
  • The Cavaliers lead the all-time series 35-17-1 and are 16-5-1 in games played in Williamsburg.
  • UVA has won the last 17 meetings, including a 16-5 win in Charlottesville last season.


  • William & Mary is averaging 13.50 goals per game and 8.00 goals against.
  • The Tribe are first in the Colonial Athletic Association and second in the NCAA in caused turnovers per game (17.00).
  • W&M are also first in the CAA in ground balls per game (23.50).
  • Belle Martire leads the team with six goals.
  • Starr Howard has a team-high 10 draw controls and Beth Kuyk has 10 ground balls.

Virginia will remain on the road as it travels to No. 4 Syracuse to open ACC play on Saturday, March 2 at 4 p.m. at the Carrier Dome. The game will be streamed live on ACC Network Extra.