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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 1 Virginia women’s soccer team (14-0-3) will host No. 9 Duke (8-2-7) in the quarterfinals of the ACC Women’s Soccer Championships in a 5 p.m. match on Sunday (Nov. 3) at Klöckner Stadium. Virginia is the three seed in the tournament, while Duke is the six seed.

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).

Advanced ticket sales and online purchases are $8 for reserved seats and $5 for general admission. At the game day window, reserved tickets are $10 and general admission will be $8. Students of a participating school will be admitted free of charge with the presentation of a valid student ID.  

Parking is free on a first-come, first-served basis at the McCue and JPJ parking lots.

• Virginia remained at the top of the United Soccer Coaches poll for the seventh consecutive week
• At 14-0-3, UVA is one of only two unbeaten teams nationally (BYU: 15-0-1) entering the week
• UVA boasts the top two goal scorers in the ACC in Diana Ordonez and Meghan McCool each with 13
• McCool earned ACC Offensive Player of the Week honors for the second straight week on Tuesday
• Of her 13 goals this season, McCool has five game winners – including four against ACC opponents  
• Ordonez has 13 goals through 14 matches played, putting her eighth nationally in goals/game (0.93)
• She also leads the ACC in points per game (2.07) and goals per game (0.93) and is second in points (29)
• Sydney Zandi has delivered offensively, scoring in each of the last two games for the Cavaliers
• Ashlynn Serepca scored twice vs. Boston College, giving her two multiple-goal games this season, 
   two game-winning goals (UMinn, BC) and a game-winning assist (vs. #16 Virginia Tech)
• UVA’s 17-game unbeaten streak to start 2019 is the third longest in Virginia program history
• UVA enters the week ranked top five nationally in scoring offense (3rd – 3.18 gpg), goals (3rd – 54) 
   total points (4th – 151) and points per game (4th – 8.88) 
• Laurel Ivory has been part of a stout defense that has 12 shutouts this season and posted seven 
   straight shutouts in ACC play this season prior to Boston College on Sunday (10/27)
• She is among the nation’s leaders in shutouts (T3rd – 11), goals against average (4th – .243) and save 
   percentage (36th – .846)
• The seven straight shutouts in ACC play is the most in program history and was the most consecutive 
   shutouts by the Hoos overall since the start of the 2016 season
• Virginia is currently third in the RPI and has played 10 matches against the top 50 in the RPI
• UVA has faced seven top-25 teams this season with a 6-0-1 record against ranked opponents
• Duke is coming off a 1-0 loss at FSU on Thursday in the regular-season finale
• Ella Stevens leads Duke in offensive production with 22 points (8 goals, 6 assists)
• Marykate McGuire is the top goal scorer with nine goals and has added three assists
• Keeper Brooke Heinsohn has made 69 saves this season and allowed 12 goals
• The Blue Devils have scored 34 goals while allowing only those 12 goals this season
• Duke is 8-2-7 overall and 3-1-6 in conference play this season
• Virginia leads the all-time series with the Blue Devils 22-16-7
• UVA leads 10-6-4 at home and is 8-5-4 in matches at Klöckner Stadium vs. Duke
 • Virginia has posted a 5-4-1 record in the last 10 meetings with Duke
• The win by UVA last season snapped a three-match losing streak to Duke
• The meeting earlier this season at Klöckner Stadium ended in a scoreless draw
• The two teams have met every year since the 1987 season
• Virginia and Duke played to a scoreless draw at Klöckner back on September 29
• The Cavaliers had the bulk of the chances, out-shooting Duke 18-to-6 in the match
• UVA held an 11-to-0 edge in the first half, but couldn’t get past GK Brooke Heinsohn
• Both keepers made big saves with Duke saving five shots and UVA saving four
• It was a physical match with 25 combined fouls (16 by Duke, nine by UVA)
• The Hoos are 2-1 in the three seasons the ACC Tournament has had a quarterfinal round
• As a five seed in 2016, the Hoos dropped a 3-0 decision at fourth-seeded North Carolina
• In 2017, UVA defeated fifth-seeded Wake Forest 2-1 on a goal from Meghan McCool
• Last season McCool again hit the game-winning goal to lift UVA past Louisville 2-1
• Virginia and Duke have faced each other five times in ACC Championship competition
• The Blue Devils lead the all-time series in ACC Tournament play 4-1-1
• Virginia and Duke first met in ACC Tournament play in 1995, a 1-0 win by Duke at Maryland
• The teams played in 1995, 2000, 2001, 2002 , 2003 and in the 2017 ACC Tournaments
• The last ACC Tournament meeting came in 2017, a 1-0 win by the Blue Devils in the semifinals