CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s soccer team (1-0-1, 0-0-1 ACC) continues a three-match road swing on Sunday, traveling to take on Clemson (2-0-0, 1-0-0 ACC) in a 3 p.m. match at Historic Riggs Field. The match counts for both teams in the ACC standings.

The match between the Cavaliers and the Tigers 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. Live stats are also available for the match and linked at Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

• Virginia is coming off a draw in its first ACC match of the season, playing Duke to a 1-1 draw on the road Thursday night in a downpour at Koskinen Field
• Freshman Lia Godfrey scored for the second straight match with an her goal in the 53rd minute
• UVA is 1-0-1 on the year with a 3-1 victory over Virginia Tech in the opener prior to the draw at Duke
• Virginia is in the midst of a three-game road swing with a match at Virginia Tech next weekend following this Sunday’s matchup at Clemson
• Through two games, the Cavaliers have six different players with points as three players have recorded goals and four players have notched an assist in a balanced attack
• With television schedules announced, the Cavaliers will be on TV in eight of the nine remaining games in the regular season with only the match at Virginia Tech being a streaming broadcast
• The Cavaliers will play an abbreviated season this fall, featuring a four-game ACC schedule and three against conference opponents designated as non-conference matches

• The Cavaliers lead in the all-time series with the Clemson Tigers 15-11-2
• It’s a tight series, especially on the road where the Hoos lead 6-5-0 with all games at Riggs Field
• The Tigers won the last meeting between the teams 1-0 in overtime in the 2018 season at home
• Prior to the last two meetings (a draw and a loss for the Hoos), Virginia had won eight straight in the series and 12-of-13 matches dating back to the 2004 season
• Eight of the last nine matchups have resulted in shutouts by the winning team in the series – the one exception was a scoreless draw in the 2017 season

• Virginia and Clemson last met in the 2018 season with the Cavaliers visiting Historic Riggs Field for the matchup
• Mariana Speckmaier hit the golden goal in the 105th minute with a header off a Sam Staab corner kick
• The Cavaliers held a 17-to-10 advantage in shots for the match, while the teams each had four shots on goal
• Virginia survived a misfired PK by the Tigers late in the first half – it was the only shot of the first half for CU
• Laurel Ivory made three saves on the four shots on goal by the Tigers before the golden goal from Speckmaier

• Virginia continues its road swing next Friday night when the Cavaliers travel to face Virginia Tech in a non-conference match
• The matchup with the Hokies is the second this season between the teams, both of which do not count in the ACC standings
• Virginia won the first meeting between the teams 3-1 in Charlottesville in the season-opening match for both squads