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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s and women’s squash teams will host Columbia in the program’s final home match of the season at the McArthur Squash Center on Sunday (Jan. 26). The men’s and women’s match against the Lions will begin at noon.
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).
The Rankings
In the latest College Squash Association (CSA) poll, the Cavalier men (10-3) hold their No. 8 ranking as the women’s team (8-3) climbs to ninth nationally. Columbia enters the match with its men’s team (5-5) ranking 11th and its women’s team (8-3) ranking seventh.
The Matchup
• This is the third meeting between the two teams as Columbia holds a 2-0 advantage in the series.
• This is the first meeting between the two programs at the McArthur Squash Center. The first meeting was a neutral site match at Cornell, while the second was at the SL Green Street Squash facility in Harlem, N.Y.
The Cavaliers
• Both Cavalier teams enter the weekend on a hot streak as the men’s team has won five straight matches while the women have topped four consecutive opponents. 
• The men have faced a top-20 opponent in three of their last four matches and have won all three matchups, topping then-ranked No. 13 Western Ontario, No. 16 Brown and No. 14 Cornell.
• The Cavaliers edged Western Ontario and Brown, 5-4, before winning 7-2 against Cornell. Virginia also defeated unranked Dickinson, 8-1.
• The women’s team enters the weekend coming off of three back-to-back wins against a top-20 team. The Cavaliers defeated then-ranked No. 12 Brown, 8-1, before winning 5-4 against No. 9 Cornell. Virginia last faced No. 20 Dickinson for a 9-0 victory.
The Lions
• The Columbia men’s team has suffered a three-match slide after battling three top-10 programs in Yale, Trinity and Harvard.
• The team’s loss to Yale snapped a three-match winning streak over Williams, Cornell and Brown
• The Columbia women’s team opened the new year with a win over Yale; however, the team has suffered three consecutive losses, dropping its matches against Trinity, Stanford and Harvard.