CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 8 Virginia women’s tennis team (12-2, 8-1 ACC) travels to Florida for a pair of weekend matches, playing at No. 6 Florida State (13-3, 8-2 ACC) on Friday, April 2 at 4 p.m. and at Miami (9-6, 6-4) on Sunday, April 4 at 11 a.m.


  • Live scoring will be available for both matches
  • Live video will also be available for the Florida State match


  • The Cavaliers jumped up to No. 8 in this week’s ITA team rankings after back-to-back wins against top-10 opponents
  • Friday’s match at No. 6 Florida State will be the third-straight top-10 opponent for the Cavaliers
  • Virginia has won its last eight matches, all against ACC opponents
  • The Cavaliers are coming off a 4-2 win against then-No. 8 Duke on Saturday. Senior Rosie Johanson (Vancouver, Canada) clinched the victory with a win on court three (on her Senrio Day)
  • Emma Navarro (Charleston, S.C.) has started her collegiate career with a perfect 13-0 record at No. 1 singles and has only dropped two sets in ACC play
  • Navarro remained at No. 6 in this week’s ITA singles rankings
  • Johanson is on an eight-match win streak in singles. She returned to the singles rankings at No. 101. She is 12-4 in singles overall and 8-1 in conference
  • Junior Amber O’Dell (New Milford, N.J.) has won her last four singles matches
  • All three UVA doubles teams are ranked


  • Florida State is No. 6 in this week’s ITA team rankings. The Seminoles have been ranked as high as No. 5 this season after beginning the year at No. 9
  • The Seminoles are coming off a bye week, but had won four straight matches prior to it, including a 7-0 sweep of Notre Dame on March 21
  • FSU is 9-0 at home this season
  • Giulia Pairone is ranked No. 8 in singles with a 12-5 record
  • Andrea Garcia, playing on courts five and six, is 17-1 in singles
  • Florida State leads the all-time series 27-14
  • Last season, the Seminoles edged the Cavaliers 4-3 in UVA’s final match before the COVID-19 shutdown


  • Miami is ranked No. 26 in this week’s ITA team rankings
  • Estela Perez-Somarriba and Isabella Pfennig earned their third-consecutive weekly conference honors with Perez-Somarriba named ACC Player of the Week and Pfennig received ACC Freshman of the Week plaudits. Unlike the last two occasions, both won their awards outright this time
  • Perez-Somarriba, now a nine-time ACC Player of the Week in her career, defeated two top-12 opponents, moving her into sole possession of third place in ACC history with 153 singles win. She is ranked No. 4 in the latest ITA singles rankings
  • Pfennig, who owns four ACC Freshman of the Week distinctions this season, logged two top-35 victories in Miami’s outings. She is ranked No. 17 in the latest ITA singles rankings
  • Miami leads the all-time series 18-6
  • Miami won the last meeting, 6-1, in 2019. The two teams did not play last season