CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 11 Virginia women’s soccer team (1-1-1) continues its three-game road swing at Virginia Tech (0-3-0) on Friday night, taking on the Hokies in a 6 p.m. contest at Thompson Field. The match is designated as a non-conference match and will not count in the ACC standings this season for either team.

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.

• Virginia closes out a three-game road swing on Friday night in the match with the Hokies
• The Hoos are coming off a tough road swing with a 1-1 draw at Duke on Thursday and then a 3-0 loss at Clemson on Sunday afternoon
• The meeting with the Hokies will be the second this season as the squads face off twice in the first four matches of the year with both matches designated as non-conference matches
• The Cavaliers are ranked No. 11 in the initial United Soccer Coaches poll released this week
• Through three 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 seven of the eight remaining games in the regular season with the match at Virginia Tech 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 Virginia Tech 21-4-1
• UVA won the first meeting in 2020, taking a 3-1 victory in the non-conference season opener
• The Cavaliers have outscored the Hokies 78-13 over the course of the series
• UVA has won eight of the last 10 meetings between the schools with both losses away from home
• The Cavaliers are 15-1-0 against Virginia Tech at home and 11-1-0 in matches at Klöckner Stadium
•  The squads have rarely play at Virginia Tech with UVA leading the series 5-2-0 on the road
• The teams played seven times prior to Virginia Tech joining the ACC in 2004 with UVA going 7-0-0

• Virginia got off to a hot start in the first meeting with the Hokies with Diana Ordoñez scoring in the ninth minute of play
• The Cavaliers extended the lead with a pair of second-half goals from Alexa Spaanstra and freshman Lia Godfrey
• The lone goal conceded by the Hoos came in the form of a penalty kick converted by Emily Gray in the final five minutes
• Virginia held the Hokies to three shots for the match and held a 21-to-3 advantage in shots for the game
• The match victory was the ninth win for the Cavaliers in the last 11 matches played in the series

• The United Soccer Coaches released its initial rankings for the fall of 2020 on Sept. 22 and the Hoos came in at No. 11
• The organization is only ranking teams competing in the fall season in the limited poll that sees 15 teams ranked
• The Atlantic Coast Conference has a strong presence with six teams in the poll – all in the top 12 and all of the top three

• Virginia will return home next week for a pair of matches against Pittsburgh and Miami at Klöckner Stadium
• Both matches are set to be broadcast with the Thursday night (Oct. 1) match with Pitt on the ACC Regional Sport Networks
• The match Sunday (Oct. 4) afternoon against Miami is also set for broadcast on the ACC Network