CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 10 Virginia women’s soccer team (6-2-1, 4-2-1 ACC) closes out the regular-season fall schedule on Sunday (Nov. 1) when the Cavaliers take on Syracuse (1-6-0, 1-6-0 ACC) in a noon contest at the SU Soccer Stadium.

A complete list of regional sports networks that are scheduled to broadcast the match can be found here. The match can also be viewed on the ESPN app and is subject to blackout. Links for the live stream and in-game live stats are available on Fans can also follow the Virginia women’s soccer official twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer) for in-game updates.

• UVA closes the fall regular season at Syracuse on Sunday afternoon after a 2-1 win at BC Thursday
• The Hoos rode goals from Rebecca Jarrett and Claire Constant to the win over BC in the last game
• Constant’s goal was the game winner marking her second game-winning goal this season
• Alexa Spaanstra assisted on the Jarrett goal to mark the third straight match this season that Spaanstra has tallied a point. She got two goals against #13 Louisville and a goal against #2 FSU
• Virginia secured a spot in the ACC Tournament following the Thursday night win over Boston College
• The Cavaliers have gotten goals from eight different players while 10 different players have tallied assists this season as the Virginia offense has spread the ball around for production
• Alexa Spaanstra leads the team with nine points on her four goals, while sophomore forward Diana Ordoñez (3G, 2A) has eight points and freshman Lia Godfrey (2G, 3A) has seven points
• 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 two against conference opponents designated as non-conference matches

• The Cavaliers lead the all-time series 5-0-0 with the Orange with the last meeting coming in 2018
• In the five consecutive wins, the Hoos have posted four shutouts and outscored Syracuse 21-to-1
• The teams have met at Syracuse one time, a 3-1 Cavalier victory in the 2017 season
• The first meeting came in 2006 and the teams didn’t play again until 2013 after SU joined the ACC
• This is the fourth consecutive year the teams are slated to meet – weather canceled last year’s game

• The teams last met in 2018 after the 2019 regular-season finale was canceled due to weather and field conditions at Syracuse
• Virginia won the 2018 meeting by a score of 4-0 at Klöckner Stadium as part of a five-match win streak that year
• UVA got a pair of goals from Alexa Spaanstra to open scoring then added goals from Ayan Adu and Sam Rosette
• Defensively, the Hoos held Syracuse without a shot for the match while managing 25 shots against the Orange
• Laurel Ivory picked up the win in goal with the shutout victory over the Orange

• Syracuse enters Sunday’s match with a record of 1-6-0 overall and in the ACC after a win at Miami on Thursday
• The win over the Hurricanes was the first for the Orange and came off a first-half goal from Janna Tivnan
• Syracuse has scored two goals this season – the Tivnan goal and a Meghan Root goal against Boston College
• Defensively, the Orange have surrendered 16 goals while allowing teams to fire 166 shots, including 80 on frame
• Lysianne Proulx has started every match in goal and allowed the 16 goals with 64 saves on the 166 shots faced

• Virginia will have a week off before heading to WakeMed Park in Cary for the ACC Tournament
• The tournament begins with the quarterfinal rounds on Tuesday, Nov. 10, and continues through that weekend