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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The Virginia men’s and women’s squash teams will continue their homestand, hosting Brown on Wednesday (Jan 15) at the McArthur Squash Center. Both the men’s and women’s match against the Bears will begin at 6 p.m.  
How To Follow
Fans can watch a stream of the matches on VirginiaSports.TV. Links to the stream and to live scoring are available at Updates throughout the match will be provided on the team’s official Twitter account (@UVAsquash).
Hoo’s Ranked
Wednesday’s match will feature two top-25 matchups. The Cavalier men (7-3) enter the match ranked eighth in the latest College Squash Association (CSA) poll while the Bears (1-3) are ranked 16th. The Virginia women’s team (5-3) is ranked 10th nationally as Brown (0-3) enters the mid-week competition ranked 12th.
• This is the second meeting between the two men’s teams and third meeting on the women’s side.
• The Cavalier men edged the Bears in a regular-season match in January of 2018. Harrison Kapp (Philadelphia, Pa.) and William Braff (Greenwich, Conn.) captured wins in that meeting to help UVA upset then-ranked No. 13 Brown 5-4. The two teams did not meet during the 2018-19 season.
• The UVA women are 1-1 against the Bears. Virginia lost its opening match of the series 6-3 but rallied a season later to defeat Brown 6-3 during the 2019 CSA National Championships.
Home Sweet Home
• The Cavaliers remain undefeated at the McArthur Squash Center after the men went 2-0 over the weekend with wins against Vassar and No. 13 Western Ontario.
• The women’s team recorded their third home win on the season on Saturday, sweeping Vassar 9-0.
• Additionally, the men’s team recorded its seventh win of the season last weekend, topping Western Ontario 5-4. The back-and-forth battle with the Mustangs saw the two teams tied at 4-4 with freshman Teddy Durfee (Bedford, N.Y.) clinching the final point of the match, 3-1, to give the Cavaliers the victory.
• Both Virginia teams swept Vassar 9-0 on Saturday.
The Bears
• Brown will compete in a pair of mid-week matches as the men face No. 18 Navy and the women play No. 15 George Washington on Tuesday (Jan. 14).
• The men’s team is coming off a two-match slide, suffering back-to-back losses to No. 10 Columbia and No. 14 Cornell.
• Prior to the winter break, Brown opened the season with a 9-0 loss to Yale but rebounded with a 6-3 victory against MIT.
• The Brown women’s team is looking for its first victory after suffering losses to then-ranked No. 5 Yale, No. 8 Columbia and No. 9 Cornell.