The Cavaliers open spring competition by hosting Duke today at 3 pm at Turf Field. The game will be streamed online on ACCNX.

Due to health and safety considerations, in addition to the current guidelines for sports venues set by the Commonwealth of Virginia, attendance at UVA home matches at Turf Field will be limited to the family of student-athletes and coaching staff until further notice




  • The Cavaliers finished the fall portion of the schedule with a 4-7 record and a 2-3 mark in the ACC
  • Virginia advanced to the semifinals of the ACC Championship with a 2-1 victory against Wake Forest before falling 5-2 to Louisville
  • Sophomore striker Laura Janssen (Nijmegen, Netherlands) leads the team in points (14) and goals scored (7)
  • Duke finished the fall season with a 2-7 record and a 1-4 mark in conference play
  • The Blue Devils were edged 3-2 in overtime by Syracuse in the ACC Championship opener
  • The Cavaliers suffered a 2-0 loss at Duke in the fall, the only time this season that the Cavaliers failed to score a goal in a game
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 38-21
  • Duke has not won a match in Charlottesville since 2005, going 0-9 in that span



  • The Cavaliers will play each ACC opponent once, while facing one non-conference opponent
  • All teams’ conference records revert to 0-0 to begin the spring campaign
  • To determine the ACC automatic qualifier for the NCAA Tournament, a playoff game is set for Friday, April 23 in Chapel Hill, N.C. The team with the best spring conference record will play North Carolina, the winner of the fall ACC tournament
  • This year’s NCAA tournament will consist of 10 automatic qualifiers and two at-large selections instead of the normal 16-team bracket. First- and second-round games will be played at two to-be-determined host sites April 30 and May 1. The semifinals and finals are scheduled for May 7 and 9 at North Carolina





Highlights from our ACC Quarterfinal Win against Wake Forest