CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 10 Virginia women’s soccer team (5-2-1, 3-2-1 ACC) travels to take on Boston College (1-5-0, 1-5-0 ACC) in a 6 p.m. contest Thursday night (Oct. 29) at the Newton Campus Fields.

The match between the Cavaliers and the Eagles 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 on the road this week to close out the fall regular-season at Boston College and Syracuse
• The Hoos had last week off following matches vs. #13 Louisville and #2 FSU in their last outings
• Junior Alexa Spaanstra was named the ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week following those matches as she scored three goals against the Cardinals and Seminoles – including both goals vs. Louisville
• The Cavaliers have gotten goals from eight different players while nine different players have tallied assists this season as the Virginia offense has spread the ball around for production
• Spaanstra leads the team with eight points on her four goals, while sophomore forward Diana Ordoñez (3G, 1A) and freshman midfielder Lia Godfrey (2G, 3A) have seven points each this season
• UVA is fighting to lock up a spot in the ACC Tournament and move up in the standings. The Hoos are seventh with six points up for grabs this week. Two points separate seventh and third place
• The Cavaliers are ranked No. 10 in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll released this week
• 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 9-7-2 behind a stretch of seven straight wins in the rivalry
• In the seven straight wins, UVA has out-scored the Eagles by a margin of 28-to-11
• The Eagles lead the series 4-3 in home matches, but UVA has won three straight in Boston
• The three road wins for UVA have been tighter and include a pair of one-goal wins for the Cavaliers
• The second win over BC came in 2010 over then No. 1 BC – the first-ever over a #1 in UVA history 

• The Cavaliers and Eagles met last season in Charlottesville with Virginia taking a 6-1 victory over Boston College
• UVA held a 2-0 lead at the half and pushed out to a 4-0 lead before BC got a 68th minute goal from Gaby Carreiro
• Ashlynn Serepca had a two-goal performance, including the game-winning goal off a pass from Alissa Gorzak
• Emma Dawson helped UVA close strong with an assist on the fifth goal and scored the sixth UVA goal
• Laurel Ivory made two saves, while the BC goal snapped a stretch of 775 minutes of scoreless soccer by UVA’s defense

• The Eagles enter the midweek contest with a record of 1-5 overall and a matching record in the ACC standings
• Boston College has scored seven goals this season with a team-leading three goals from forward Jenna Bike
• Bike is reigning ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week after hitting a penalty kick to tie Syracuse 1-1 on the way to a 3-1 win
• Defensively, BC has allowed 13 goals this season – a little more than two goals per game – while allowing 90 shots
• Sophomore Allie Augur has started all six games, allowing all 13 goals and making 29 saves for the Eagle defense

• Virginia closes out the fall regular-season schedule on Sunday with a trip to face the Syracuse Orange
• The Cavaliers will face Syracuse on the ACC Regional Sports Networks in a match set for a noon kick