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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –The No. 4 Virginia women’s soccer team (6-0-0) closes out its season-opening seven-match homestand on Thursday (Sept. 12) with a 7 p.m. contest against William & Mary (2-3-1) at Klöckner Stadium.

The match will be streamed on ACCNX which streams live on the ESPN app. ACCNX is available through participating TV providers that carry ACC Network. Fans can also follow the action through live stats linked at or by following the program’s official Twitter account @UVAWomenSoccer.

For all regular season home games, reserved single-game tickets can be purchased for $8 online and in advance, and $10 at the box office on game day. General admission single-game tickets are $5 online and in advance, and $8 at the box office on game day.
Soccer season tickets are only available for delivery either as mobile or print-at-home, however upon request and in person only including at the game day ticket office an option for point-of-sale paper stock printing is available for $10 per account. Fans are encouraged to take advantage of discounted single game pricing by purchasing tickets in advance and using mobile ticketing options or printing their tickets at home.

• UVA moved up to No. 4 nationally in the United Soccer Coaches poll after improving to 6-0 on the year
• The Cavaliers close a seven-match homestand to open the season with William & Mary on Thursday
• Junior Laurel Ivory was named ACC Defensive Player of the Week after two shutouts last week
• Ivory is now fifth all-time at UVA in wins (33) and fourth all-time in shutouts (20) in a UVA career
• Sophomore Rebecca Jarrett was named to the Top Drawer Soccer Team of the Week on Monday
• Jarrett tallied assists on both goals for the Hoos in the 2-0 victory over No. 15 Georgetown on Thursday
• Virginia entered the week ranked top 5 nationally in total goals (3rd – 25), total points (4th – 70), goals 
   per game (4th – 4.17), total assists (5th – 20) and points per game (5th – 11.67) 
• Freshman Diana Ordonez leads the ACC in several offensive categories and ranks top 5 nationally in 
   goals (2nd – 9), goals per game (2nd – 1.5), points per game (2nd – 3.3) and points (3rd – 20)
• Sophomore midfielder Alexa Spaanstra is ranked in the top 10 nationally in total assists (7th – 5) 
• Senior forward Meghan McCool entered the week ranked in the top 25 nationally in goals (25th – 5) 
• Sophomore Ashlynn Serepca notched her first game-winning goal on Sunday against Minnesota
• Virginia will play its final non-conference match and first road contest of the season at 1 p.m. on 
   Sunday afternoon in a top 10 matchup at Penn State in a match streamed on BTNPlus

• William & Mary enters the weekend with a 2-3-1 record for 2019
• The Tribe is coming off a 1-1 draw with Fairleigh Dickinson on Sunday
• Senior keeper Katelyn Briguglio is the CAA Defensive Player of the Week 
• Alex Kuhnle is the top goal producer for the Tribe with two this season
• Renee Kohler and Sarah Segan have hit the two game-winners in 2019
• Segan was a preseason All-CAA pick by the league’s coaches 
• The Cavaliers lead the all-time series with the Tribe 17-9-2
• UVA has a 10-0-1 record over the last 11 meetings with William & Mary
• The lone tie in that time came in the 2003 NCAA Tournament
• William & Mary last won in the 1999 season in a top 20 matchup
• The Tribe went 4-1-1 against UVA in the first six meetings of the series which began in the 1985 season
• Junior goalkeeper Laurel Ivory was named ACC Defensive Player of the Week for week three of competition
• Ivory posted shutouts of No. 15 Georgetown and Minnesota to help UVA improve to 6-0-0 on the season
• The junior posted a key save in the first half vs. Georgetown to keep the Hoos in the lead over the Hoyas
• She also directed a defensive effort that held the Hoyas to six shots and the Golden Gophers to one shot
• Virginia has had success at Klöckner Stadium with a 270-50-22 record (.822) since it opened in 1992
• In ACC matches played at Klöckner Stadium, UVA holds an 85-26-12 record (.740) through 27 years
• UVA won 38 straight home matches (2013-2015), the sixth-longest home win streak in NCAA history
• UVA will hit the road for a Sunday afternoon match at No. 8 Penn State
• It is the first road contest of the season for the Cavaliers
• The match is also the final non-conference match of the year for UVA
• The two teams met at Penn State last season, a 2-1 victory for the Cavaliers