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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – No. 5 Virginia (6-0) will make its debut on ACC Network when it takes on Western Michigan (4-2) on Monday (Sept. 23) at Klöckner Stadium. Game time is set for 7 p.m.
Game Coverage: ACC network is available through participating TV providers. For more information on how to get ACC, visit Links for the live stream and in-game live stats will be available on Note, only subscribers of ACC Network will be able to stream the match through the ESPN app. 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.
• Monday night’s match will be the first ever meeting between Western Michigan and Virginia. The Cavaliers 7-5 against current members of the MAC and haven’t squared off against a MAC opponent since 2011 (West Virginia – L, 0-1).      
• Virginia is one of 10 unbeaten and untied teams (St. Johns, Georgetown, Cal State Fullerton, SMU, Clemson, Missouri State, Stanford, Navy, Saint Mary’s,) remaining in college soccer and one of two in the ACC (Clemson).
• The Cavaliers have the lowest goals against average (0.17) in the country and are the only team in the nation to concede just one goal in 2019.
• Virginia is 2-0 in ACC for the first time since 2008 when it won its first four against NC State, Virginia Tech, North Carolina and Clemson.
• With last Tuesday’s win over Radford, Virginia is unbeaten in its last 11 regular season non-conference matches. The Cavaliers went 6-0-1 against non-ACC foes in 2018.
• Virginia moved to 2-0 in ACC play with a 2-0 win over NC State on Friday (Sept. 20) at Klöckner Stadium.
• The Cavaliers are now 2-0 to start their ACC slate for the first time since 2008. Virginia is tied with North Carolina for first place in the Coastal Division.
• Daryl Dike was credited with the game-winning score when he slid to touch in a Robin Afamefuna cross in the 42nd minute.
• Junior Joe Bell also was credited with the assist on the goal and in the 90th minute notched his first goal of the season when he converted a penalty kick.
• Virginia did not allow a NC State shot attempt for the first 80 minutes of Friday night’s win. The four Wolfpack shots in the contest all came in the final 10 minutes including its lone shot on goal.
• The Cavaliers are the only program in the country to allow just one goal this season and currently lead the nation with a 0.17 goals against average.
• Virginia has held three of its six opponents this season to single-digit shots, including five against No. 1 Maryland, the fewest shots by the Terps since Nov. 17, 2013, also against the Cavaliers.
• For the second time in as many seasons, Virginia has yielded only one goal in its first six games. Last season it took until game eight for the Cavaliers to concede its second goal.
• Goalkeeper Colin Shutler was credited with his 13th career shutout, tying him with Calle Brown (2013-14) and Spencer LaCivita (2011-14) for the ninth most shutouts in UVA history.
• Shutler has served as the team’s primary goaltender for the past two seasons and has 13 shutouts in 22 career starts.
All-Time Career Shutouts at UVA
6. David Comfort (1999-02)       19
7. Tony Meola (1988-89)           17
8. Brock Yetso (1995-98)           15
9. Colin Shutler (2017-19)          13
Calle Brown (2013-14)               13
Spencer LaCivita (2011-14)        13
• Virginia has won its first six games of the season 10 times in its 76-year history. The 6-0 start for the Cavaliers is the first since 2006 and only second under head coach George Gelnovatch.
UVA Consecutive Wins to Start the Season
14        1987, 1992
12        1985
11        1989, 1993
8          1969, 1982, 2006
6          1979, 2019
• Dike became the team’s fourth multi-goal scorer this season with his game-winner on Friday night. The second-year striker is now the team’s active leader with seven career goals.
• Sophomore Daniel Steedman has been the difference in the last two non-conference matches, recording game-winners in 1-0 wins over High Point (Sept. 7) and Radford (Sept. 17).  
• With his PK conversion in the 90th minute on Friday against NC State, Bell become the Cavaliers seventh different goal scorer this season. Bell has four career goals and his last two tallies have occurred in the 90th minute. He scored the game-winner in the 2018 season-opener against New Hampshire.
• The Broncos took down Michigan State for the first time since 1993 with a 1-0 win in East Lansing on Friday night (Sept. 20). It marked the second time in three seasons Western Michigan has taken down a Big Ten opponent (Michigan – 9/20/17).
• Going into Friday’s action, the Broncos were averaging 8.6 points per game on the year, the sixth-most in all of Division I men’s soccer.