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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 3 Virginia women’s soccer team (16-1-3), which is one of four No. 1 seeds in the NCAA Tournament, will host Radford (16-5-0) in an opening-round match at 7 p.m. on Saturday 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.
Parking for Saturday’s match will be $5 in the JPJ-South lot beginning at 5:30 p.m. Fans should be aware that men’s basketball and women’s basketball will also have games that day, with the men’s basketball team facing Columbia at noon and the women’s basketball team facing Kentucky at 5 p.m. Due to these coinciding events, fans should plan accordingly. Free parking is also available in the Emmet/Ivy Garage.

Reserved seats are $8 in advance and $10 at the gate on game day. General admission tickets purchased in advance are $5 and $8 at the gate on game day. Advance tickets can be purchased at Students are required to purchase tickets. Children under two years of age are admitted free.
• Virginia is a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and enters the week ranked No. 3 nationally 
• It marks the first No. 1 seed since the 2015 season and 10th consecutive season as a top 4 seed
• UVA has the top goal scorers in the ACC in Meghan McCool and Diana Ordonez with 14 goals each
• McCool has scored in five of the last seven matches and 13-of-19 matches played this season for UVA
• Of her 14 goals this season, McCool has six game winners – including five against ACC opponents 
• After a two-assist outing in the ACC semifinals, Alexa Spaanstra is now the ACC leader in assists (12)
• Spaanstra has now assisted on five game-winning goals this season and the match against #5 FSU was 
   her third multiple-assist game of the season
• UVA’s 19-game unbeaten streak to start 2019 was the third longest in Virginia program history
• The second longest unbeaten streak was 20 matches in the 2013 season, while the longest is 21 
   matches and spanned the final 14 games of 2015 and the first seven matches of 2016
• UVA posted seven straight shutouts in ACC play, the most in program history and the most consecutive 
   shutouts by the Hoos overall since the start of the 2016 season
• Virginia is making its 32nd appearance all-time in the NCAA Tournament
• The Hoos have played in 26 straight NCAA Tournaments – the second longest active streak
 • Virginia advanced to the College Cup three times, in 1991, 2013 and 2014
• The Cavaliers advanced to the NCAA Championship match in 2014, finishing as runners-up 
• Virginia has advanced to at least the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament 14 straight seasons 
• Virginia holds a 43-27-7 record all-time in the NCAA Tournament

• Radford enters the NCAA Tournament with an overall record of 16-5-0 after winning the Big South Tournament 
   over Gardner-Webb
• The Highlanders claimed the Big South Championship for the second consecutive season with the 2-1 victory 
   over the Bulldogs
• Nelia Perez leads the Radford offense with 32 points on a team-leading 13 goals and six assists – including 7 
   game-winning goals
• Lily McLane is the leading ball distributor for the Highlanders with a team-leading eight assists this season
• Keeper Courtenay Kaplan is 12-3-0 in goal with 75 saves made and 14 goals allowed through her 1553 minutes
• As a team, Radford has scored 37 goals and allowed only 17 goals this season while posting 10 total shutouts
• Virginia has met Radford on the pitch 11 times with UVA leading the all-time series 8-2-1 
• The last meeting came in the 2012 season, a 5-0 victory by the Cavaliers in the 2012 season
• Radford won the first meeting in 1985 and the Highlanders won the second in 1986 for the two wins
• The tie came in the second meeting between the teams in 1986 and UVA has won the last eight contests
• Virginia has out-scored the Highlanders 37-11 through those 11 meetings between the two teams
• Virginia and Radford last met in the 2012 season with a 5-0 victory by the Cavaliers
• Then seventh-ranked Virginia picked up the victory behind four first-half goals
• Makenzy Doniak tallied a goal and two assists to help lead UVA to that victory
• Kaili Torres also added a goal and an assist as the second UVA player with at least 
   three points tallied in the match with the Highlanders
• The Cavaliers have been a mainstay in the NCAA Tournament with 32 appearances overall and 26 straight berths
• The 32 appearances is second-most all-time, while the 26 straight appearances is the second longest active 
• Only North Carolina has more appearances (38) having made every single tournament in NCAA history
• Virginia also has an active streak of 14 consecutive appearances in the Sweet 16, the longest active streak in the 
   nation for Division I women’s soccer