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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 3 Virginia women’s soccer team (17-1-3) continues play in the NCAA Tournament this weekend, hosting Washington State (13-6-1) in a 7 p.m. match at Klöckner Stadium on Friday (Nov. 22). Virginia is one of four No. 1 seeded teams in the tournament.

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.
The winner of Friday night’s match between the Cavaliers and the Cougars will advance to face the winner of the day’s first game between West Virginia and Central Connecticut State at 5 p.m. on Sunday. The Mountaineers and Blue Devils will play at 4 p.m. on Friday prior to the Cavaliers’ match with Washington State.
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.

Parking for Friday’s matches will be on a cash basis for $5 in the JPJ South lot, the JPJ West lot and garage, and the JPJ East lot.

• Virginia is a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Tournament and enters the week ranked No. 3 nationally 
• It marks the team’s 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
• Of her 14 goals this season, McCool has six game winners – including five against ACC opponents 
• UVA is in the second round for the 19th straight season and is looking for a 15th-straight Round of 16
• UVA is one of the nation’s top offenses, ranking in the top 10 in scoring offense (4th – 2.9 gpg), goals 
   scored (4th – 61), points per game (5th – 8.19), total points (6th – 172), total assists (10th – 50)
• 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
• The 13 shutouts so far in 2019 is the most in a season since the 2015 team posted 15 shutouts
• 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 44-27-7 record all-time in the NCAA Tournament
• Washington State is 13-6-1 on the season after finishing sixth in the Pac 12  with a 5-5-1 record in conference 
   play this season
• Forward Morgan Weaver leads the Cougars’ offense with 24 points on 10 goals, including two game winners, and 
   four assists
• Defender Brianna Alger leads with seven assists, while forward Makame Gomera-Stevens leads WSU with three 
   game winning goals
• Goalkeeper Ella Dedrick has allowed 20 goals while tallying 55 saves on the way to a 12-6-1 record through 19 
   starts this year
• Washington State has posted seven shutouts this season, including the most recent outing in a 1-0 victory over 
   No. 14 Memphis
• Virginia and Washington State have played twice in the history of the two programs with UVA leading 1-0-1
• Both meetings came in the 2011 season – once in the regular season and once in the NCAA second round
• The scoreless draw came in the Virginia Nike Soccer Classic played at Klöckner Stadium in September of 2011
• In the second-round NCAA matchup, the Cavaliers picked up a 3-0 victory over the visiting Cougars
• UVA won 3-0 over WSU in a match at Klöckner Stadium in the second round of the 2011 NCAA Tournament 
• The Cavaliers got goals from Lauren Alwine, Gloria Douglas and Caroline Miller on the way to the victory
• Washington State made seven saves on the afternoon as the Cavaliers took 22 shots on the afternoon to only 
   one from the Cougars
• It was the second meeting of the season between the two teams as the squads played to a 0-0 draw in the 
   regular season

• Should Virginia pick up the win in the first-round either West Virginia or Central Connecticut State awaits
• The Mountaineers are 11-7-2 on the year and defeated Georgetown in the opening-round of NCAA play
• Central Connecticut State is 13-4-4 and advanced by upsetting fourth-seeded Rutgers in a first round match
•  Virginia and West Virginia met earlier this season with the Cavaliers winning 4-1 in the match played at Klöckner
• The Cavaliers have never face the Blue Devils of Central Connecticut State on the pitch
• Virginia continues its trend of challenging schedules with its 2019 slate of matches
• The Cavaliers face eight teams ranked in the 2019 preseason top 25 according to the United Soccer Coaches
• UVA also played 11-of-17 matches against teams ranked or receiving votes in the USC top 25 preseason poll
• UVA faced 11 teams that earned an NCAA Tournament bid in 2018 and seven that advanced to the Round of 16
• Added to the ACC schedule, UVA also faced preseason No. 6 Penn State, No. 7 Georgetown and No. 11 West 
• The Hoos played 12 matches vs. 2019 NCAA teams with a 10-1-1 record vs. those teams
• Ten of those matches came against teams which have advanced to the second round of the NCAA Tournament