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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – No. 6 Virginia (4-0) will begin a three-game home stand at Klöckner Stadium on Tuesday night (Sept. 17) when it hosts in-state foe Radford at 7 p.m. The match is scheduled for a 7 p.m. start and will air live on ACCNX.
Game Coverage: Tuesday night’s game will air live on ACCNX which streams via the ESPN App and is available through participating TV providers that carry ACC Network. Links for the live stream and in-game live stats will be available on Fans can also follow the Virginia men’s soccer official twitter account (@UVAMenSoccer) for in-game updates.
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.

The first 500 fans who purchased season tickets will receive confirmation by email and can pick up their free Virginia Soccer scarf at any of the first three home matches.
• Virginia is 4-0 for the first time since 2006 and the 11th time in program history.
• Only 12 schools in the country remain undefeated and untied through Sunday’s matches.
• Every NCAA program has conceded a goal this season, Virginia is one of 10 schools to allow just one through Sunday’s matches.
• Dating back to last season, Virginia is unbeaten in its last 11 matches in regular season non-conference action. Their last non-conference loss came against Radford on Oct. 17, 2017.
• Sophomore striker Daryl Dike had one assist in 13 games last year and has three through four games to lead the team. His three helpers are tied for the eighth most in the country and tied for fourth most in the ACC.
• Goalkeeper Colin Shutler ranks sixth in the nation in both save percentage (.917) and goals against average (0.25). Shulter has 11 career shutouts, two shy of cracking the program’s top-10.

• After a 3-1 win on the road against Duke on Friday (Sept. 13) and a 2-0 win over then-No. 1 Maryland on Sept. 2, the Cavaliers have knocked off both the No. 1 and the No. 2 team in the country through the first four games.
• The previous two times Virginia has taken down the No. 1 and the No. 2 teams in the country in the same season came in 2009 and 2014, both National Championship seasons.
• Klöckner Stadium has been the home of Virginia soccer for the past 27 seasons.
• Virginia has won over 80 percent of its matches at home since 1992, posting a 284-58-27 record at the facility.
• Virginia has won its first four games of the season 11 times in its history. The 4-0 start this year for the Cavaliers is the first since 2006.
UVA Consecutive Wins to Start the Season
14        1987, 1992
12        1985
11        1989, 1993
8          1969, 1982, 2006
6          1979
4          1978, 2019
• Virginia’s Henry Kessler and Spencer Patton each recorded their first career goals in Friday’s win over No. 2 Duke.
• Kessler tied the game at one in the 28th minute on an unassisted tally. Patton put the game out of reach in the 71st minute touching a Daryl Dike feed into the back of the net.
• Through four games, Virginia has six different goal scorers.
• Nathaniel Crofts was credited with his second game-winning goal of the season when he put the Cavaliers in front 2-1 in the 59th minute against Duke.
• Crofts has six career goals, tied with Daryl Dike for the most on the team.
• In addition to squaring off against ranked foes, Duke and Maryland, the Cavaliers are scheduled to play five 2018 NCAA Tournament teams through their first six games of the season. Virginia and No. 5
Georgetown are the only two programs to poised face five, 2018 postseason qualifiers in the first six games.
• Virginia owns a 12-1-1 all-time record against Radford in a series that first began in 1982. The Highlanders stopped an 11-game winless streak against the Cavaliers with a 1-0 win in 2017.
• Over the last three meetings, Virginia is 1-1-1 against Radford including a 2-1 victory last season at Klöckner Stadium in which Crofts was credited with the game-winner in the 64th minute.
• Klöckner Stadium has been the home of Virginia soccer for the past 27 seasons.
• Virginia has won over 80 percent of its matches at home since 1992, posting a 286-58-27 record at the facility.
• The Highlanders are in their third season under head coach Bryheem Hancock. Radford finished 2018 with a 7-9 overall record including a 5-3 mark in conference play.
• In the 2019 Big South preseason coaches poll, Radford was picked to finish second. Sophomore Amadou Macky Diop was voted Preseason Attacking Player of the Year. Diop currently leads the team with four goals which includes a hat trick against UNCG on Sept. 2
• The Highlanders are coming off a 2-2, 102-minute weather-shortened draw against NJIT on Saturday. NJIT tied the match in the 81st minute before lightning forced the suspension of the match.