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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer team (13-0-3, 5-0-3 ACC) closes the home portion of its regular-season schedule on Sunday afternoon (Oct. 27), hosting Boston College (8-6-2, 1-6-1 ACC) in a 1 p.m. match 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.

• Virginia remained at the top of the United Soccer Coaches poll for the sixth consecutive week
• At 13-0-3, UVA is one of only two unbeaten teams nationally (BYU: 14-0-1) entering the weekend
• UVA boasts two of the top goal scorers in the ACC in Diana Ordonez (1st – 13) and Meghan McCool 
  (2nd – 12) heading into the match with Boston College on Sunday
• McCool earned her first ACC Offensive Player of the Week honor after her game-winner vs. Notre Dame
• She has 12 goals this season, including five game winners, after notching two against Louisville  
• Ordonez has 13 goals through 13 matches played, putting her third nationally in goals/game (1.00)
• She leads the ACC in goals (13), points (29), points per game (2.23) and goals per game (1.00)
• UVA’s 16-game unbeaten streak to start 2019 is the tied for third longest in program history
• The Hoos are coming off the 12th shutout and seventh straight in ACC play after beating the Cardinals
• UVA enters the weekend ranked top five nationally in scoring offense (4th – 3.0 gpg), goals (4th – 48) 
   total points (4th – 134) and points per game (4th – 8.38) 
• Laurel Ivory has been part of a stout defense that has posted seven straight shutouts in the ACC
• She is among the nation’s leaders in goal against average (2nd – .206) and save percentage (22nd – .870)
• It has been 707:21 since Ivory and the Cavaliers last allowed a goal – a penalty kick at Wake Forest
• The penalty kick by the Demon Deacons is the only goal allowed by Virginia in ACC matches this season
• Entering the match with Boston College, the seven consecutive shutouts is the most in a season since 
   2016 and it is the most consecutive shutouts in ACC play in program history
• Virginia is currently seventh in the RPI and has played 10 matches against the top 50 in the RPI
• Sundays match against the Boston College Eagles will be the Cavaliers’ 11th against the RPI top 50
• UVA has faced seven top 25 teams this season with a 6-0-1 record against ranked opponents

• The Boston College Eagles enter match at 8-6-2 and 1-6-1 in ACC play after a 2-1 loss at Virginia Tech
• Freshman Sam Smith leads the Eagles with eight goals and an assist to tie for the team lead with 17 points
• Joining her in the attack is Olivia Vaughn who has 17 points off six goals and a team-leading five assists
• Boston College has scored 31 goals this season while the Eagles defense has allowed 23 goals to date
• Keeper Allie Augur has started 14 matches with a 6-5-2 record, four shutouts and has allowed 20-of-23 goals   
• Maddie Murphy made her second start at Virginia Tech and has allowed three goals with five saves and a 2-1-0 
   record this year
• UVA leads the all-time series with Boston College 8-7-2 and is 5-1 in home matches
• The Cavaliers have won six straight in the series to take the lead in the series
• The squads first met in 1985 and again in 1988 before a break until the 2005 season
• The teams played every year from 2005 through the 2017 meeting
• Virginia’s first win in the series came in the 2008 season, a 2-1 victory at Klöckner
• The 2010 victory over Boston College was the first for UVA over a top-ranked team
• Virginia picked up a 2-1 road victory over Boston College in the 2017 season
• Boston College took the lead with a goal in the 51st minute by Jenna Bike
• Taryn Torres hit the equalizer in the 58th minute as Megan Reid and Hana Kerner combined for the double assist
• The Cavaliers played down a man for the final 18 minutes following a red card in the 72nd minute of play
• UVA then took the lead when Betsy Brandon found Montana Sutton for the game-winner in the 77th minute
• Virginia has had success at Klöckner Stadium with a 274-50-23 record (.825) since it opened in 1992
• In ACC matches played at Klöckner Stadium, UVA holds an 88-26-13 record (.744) through 27 years
• UVA won 38 straight home matches (2013-2015), the sixth-longest home win streak in NCAA history
• 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 27 solo shutouts in her career heading into Sunday’s match
• With 39 wins, Ivory is fifth all-time in victories as a keeper – she has a 39-11-8 record for her career
• Heading into Sunday, Ivory has played 707:21 minutes since the last goal allowed – a PK at Wake Forest (9/20)

• Virginia has experienced success this season through a tough schedule that has featured seven matches against 
   top-25 opponents
• In those seven matches against nationally-ranked opponents, the Cavaliers have posted a 6-0-1 record with a 
   draw vs. #10 Duke
• The seven matches vs. top 25 opponents is the most in a regular season for UVA since facing eight ranked foes in 
   the 2012 season
• Virginia returns to action with a road contest at Syracuse on Thursday (Oct. 31) 
• The match with the Orange closes out the regular season for the Cavaliers