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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer team (10-0-3, 2-0-3 ACC) continues ACC play on the road, traveling to face No. 5 Florida State (11-2-0, 5-0-0 ACC) in a 1 p.m. match on Sunday (Oct. 13) at the Seminole Soccer Stadium.

The match will be carried on the ACC Network and streamed live on the ESPN app to viewers who subscribe to a cable system that carries the ACC Network. Fans can also follow the action through live stats linked at or by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

• Virginia remained at the top of the United Soccer Coaches poll for the fourth consecutive week
• The Virginia women’s team and men’s team both sit atop the coaches poll for the second straight week
• At 10-0-3, UVA is one of only two unbeaten teams nationally (BYU: 11-0-1) entering the weekend
• UVA boasts two of the top goal scorers in the ACC in Diana Ordonez (1st – 12) and Meghan McCool 
  (T3rd – 8) heading into the match with Florida State. 
• Ordonez has 12 goals through 10 matches played, putting her second nationally in goals per game (1.2)
• Despite two powerhouse scorers, the Hoos have 10 different goal scorers this season and 12 different 
   players have tallied an assist in one of the nation’s top offenses
• UVA’s 13-game unbeaten streak to start 2019 is tied for 5th longest unbeaten streak in program history
• The Hoos are coming off the team’s ninth shutout of the season with the Wednesday draw at NC State 
• UVA enters the weekend ranked top five nationally in scoring offense (3rd – 3.15 gpg),  total goals 
  (3rd – 41), points (T4th – 112) and points per game (4th – 8.61) 
• With five matches remaining in the regular season, four come against teams currently in the top 50 of 
   the RPI – at FSU (3), Louisville (13), Notre Dame (36) and Boston College (37)
• UVA has faced five top 25 teams this season with a 4-0-1 record against nationally-ranked opponents

• The Seminoles are 11-2-0 overall and 5-0-0 in the ACC entering the weekend match
• FSU is coming off a 3-2 win in overtime at Virginia Tech on Thursday night
• Deyna Castellanos leads FSU’s offensive production with 24 points (8 goals, 8 assists)
• The Seminoles have scored 34 goals while allowing 15 goals this season
• Caroline Jeffers has 10 starts in goal and is 8-2-0 with 27 saves and 13 goals allowed
• The FSU defense has tightened late in games with most goals scored against the 
  Seminoles coming in the first half this season (12 first half, 8 second half, 1 OT)
• Virginia leads the all-time series 19-8-6 with the Seminoles of Florida State
• The Seminoles have had the run lately with a 5-3-2 edge in the last 10 meetings
• FSU won both meetings last season in Charlottesville and the ACC Tournament
• The two previous meetings were both draws in the 2015 ACC Tournament and 2016 
   regular season
• Virginia’s last win in the series came in the 2015 regular season with a 1-0 home win
• Five of the last 10 meetings have come in the postseason (4 ACC Tourney, 1 NCAA)
• Virginia dropped both matches with FSU – a 2-0 loss at home and a 3-1 loss in Cary
• The 2-0 loss came off first-half goals from Deyna Castellanos and Anna Patten
• Zoe Morse scored to give UVA a halftime lead over FSU in the ACC semifinals 
• FSU answered with two goals  from Castellanos and a goal from Kristen McFarland
   in the second half to take the victory
• The two matches were physical contests with a combined 35 fouls and four yellow 
  cards – 24 fouls by FSU/11 by UVA and 3 yellow cards on FSU/1 UVA
• Virginia and FSU last met in Tallahassee in the 2016 regular season
• The match ended in a 1-1 draw in the first overtime and was called due to weather
• The match suffered multiple weather delays – a 45 minute delay at halftime and a 
   90-minute delay in the 100th minute before the match was called
• Hana Kerner found Veronica Latsko in the ninth minute for the Cavalier goal
• Kristen McFarland scored the FSU goal in the 68th minute off a takeover
• In her third season, goalkeeper Laurel Ivory is already working her way  into the history books at UVA
• Currently, Ivory is fourth all-time in shutouts with 24 solo shutouts in her career heading into Sunday’s match
• With 36 wins, Ivory is fifth all-time in victories as a keeper – she has a 36-11-8 record for her career
• Heading into Sunday’s match, Ivory has played 423:34 minutes since the last goal allowed – the 10th longest 
   streak in UVA history

• Virginia will return home to play a single match next week, hosting Notre Dame
• The Sunday match with the Irish is set for a 2 p.m. kick on ACC Network
• It will be Senior Day for the Cavaliers with recognition of the senior class before kick