CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 10 Virginia women’s soccer team (3-1-1, 1-1-1 ACC) continues play at home on Sunday (Oct. 4) when the Cavaliers host Miami (0-4-0, 0-3-0 ACC) in a 3 p.m. contest at Klöckner Stadium.

Due to health and safety considerations in addition to the current guidelines established for sports venues by the Commonwealth of Virginia, attendance at UVA home competitions is limited to family of student-athletes and each team’s coaching staff until further notice. There is no public admission to these events and all tailgating in University parking lots is prohibited.

The match between the Cavaliers and the Hurricanes 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).

• UVA plays its second consecutive match at home on Sunday when the Hoos host Miami at 3 p.m.
• The Cavaliers are coming off a 2-1 win over No. 14 Pitt on Thursday for the first ACC win of 2020
• It marks the second-straight overtime win for UVA this season and third overtime match this year
• Sophomore Emma Dawson hit the golden goal against No. 14 Pitt to lift the Hoos to victory
• Junior defender Sarah Clark assisted on both goals against the Panthers marking her first career multiple-assist game as a collegiate player
• Diana Ordoñez now has five points on the season after a goal and an assist against the Panthers
• Junior Claire Constant was named an ACC Defensive Player of the Week after hitting the golden-goal at Virginia Tech and playing all 94 minutes on the back line in the shutout of the Hokies
• Constant was also named to the Top Drawer Soccer team of the week for her performance
• The Cavaliers are ranked No. 10 in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll released this week
• Each of the remaining six games on the schedule this fall will be broadcast on television
• The Cavaliers 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 the all-time series with the Hurricanes 12-2-1 and are 8-1-0 at Klöckner Stadium
• UVA has won 9 of the last 10 matches with Miami – the only loss a 2-1 decision at Miami in 2016
• The Hoos have outscored Miami 25-to-4 in that 10 match stretch and 31-to-5 in the series
• Three current UVA players have scored against the Hurricanes with Taryn Torres hitting the game-winner in 2017 and Diana Ordoñez and Alexa Spaanstra scoring in last year’s meeting

• Virginia went on the road last season and picked up a 3-0 victory over the Hurricanes at Cobb Stadium in October
• Diana Ordoñez scored two goals – one in each half – while Spaanstra added the third goal for the Cavaliers
• Rebecca Jarrett assisted on both Ordoñez goals in an efficient UVA offense that managed 15 shots with nine on frame
• The opening goal from Ordoñez came off the combined passing of Anna Sumpter and Jarrett in the second minute
• Miami was limited to only two shots by the Virginia defense and Laurel Ivory saved the lone shot on goal by the Hurricanes

• Miami enters the Sunday afternoon matchup with an overall record of 0-4-0 and the Hurricanes are 0-3-0 in ACC matches
• In the last outing on Thursday night, the Hurricanes dropped a 1-0 contest at Wake Forest off a goal in the 68th minute
• The offense has yet to get on track for the Hurricanes who have not scored this season and taken only 11 shots
• Junior goalkeeper Tyler Speaks has made 18 saves on 32 shots on goal and faced 68 shots this season

• Virginia will return to the road next week to face top-ranked North Carolina in an 8 p.m. contest on Thursday
• The match with the Tar Heels is the final non-conference match of the fall for UVA and will be on the ACC Network