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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –The No. 4 Virginia women’s soccer team (7-0-0) hits the road for the first time this season, traveling to face No. 8 Penn State (4-2-1) in a 1 p.m. match on Sunday (Sept. 15) at Jeffrey Field.

The match will be streamed online through BTNPlus to subscribers. Fans can also keep up with the action through live stats linked at Updates will also be provided on the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

• UVA is ranked No. 4 nationally in the United Soccer Coaches poll after going 7-0 to open 2019
• The Hoos closed a seven-match homestand to open the season beating William & Mary 8-1 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 in the 2-0 victory over No. 15 Georgetown last week
• Jarrett then hit the first two goals for Virginia in the win over William & Mary on Thursday night
• Virginia enters the weekend ranked top 5 nationally in goals (2nd – 33), points (2nd – 91), goals per 
   game (2nd – 4.71), points per game (2nd – 13), assists per game (4th – 3.57) and assists (4th – 25)
• 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 (4th – 20)
• Sophomore midfielder Alexa Spaanstra is tied for first nationally in total assists with seven 
• Senior forward Meghan McCool entered the weekend ranked 15th nationally in goals with six
• Sophomore Ashlynn Serepca notched her first game-winning goal on Sunday against Minnesota and 
   scored two goals in Thursday’s win over William & Mary
• The Nittany Lions enters the weekend with an overall record of 4-2-1
• Penn State is coming off a 2-1 loss to Oklahoma State in double OT 
•  Ally Schlegel leads Penn State with five goals and 11 points this season
• Frankie Tagliaferri matches her 11 points with four goals and three assists
• Four different Nittany Lions have hit game-winning goals this season
• Penn State has played three keepers with Amanda leading in wins (2-1),
   but Kat Asman logging the most minutes (346) in net
• Penn State leads the all-time series with UVA 7-5-1 and 4-2-1 at home
• UVA won the first meeting in 1997 on the road before PSU won five straight
• The Cavaliers have won four consecutive matches in the series with PSU
• This will be the fourth straight year to meet the Nittany Lions and third away from home for the Hoos
• Virginia won the last meeting 2-1 in the 2018 season at Penn State
• Virginia won the last meeting between the teams, taking a 2-1 victory at Jeffrey Stadium on Sept. 9, 2018
• A pair of first-half goals from Brianna Westrup (6′) and Rebecca Jarrett (40′) proved to be the difference for UVA
• Penn State got on the board with a goal from Kristin Schnurr (74′) to cut the lead to one goal for the Cavaliers
• Laurel Ivory posted a career-high five saves after facing a career-high 14 shots to secure the win for Virginia
• Virginia will open ACC play on the road next week at Wake Forest in a Friday night match vs. the Demon Deacons
• The Friday match with Wake Forest is the only contest of the week for UVA as the team opens conference play
• The match will be streamed online by ACC Network Extra