CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 12 Virginia women’s tennis team (12-4, 8-3 ACC) travels to North Carolina to play its final two regular-season matches, playing at Wake Forest (9-8, 5-4 ACC) on Friday, April 9 at 4 p.m. and at No. 6 NC State (14-4, 8-3 ACC) on Sunday, April 11 at 1 p.m.


  • Live scoring and live video will be available for both matches


  • The Cavaliers are No. 12 in this week’s ITA computerized rankings
  • The ITA has decided to pause the publishing of ITA Computer Singles and Doubles Rankings as the staff and coach governance committees continue to review the best path forward for providing coaches, players, and fans the most accurate collegiate singles and doubles rankings
  • Sunday’s match at No. 6 NC State will be the fourth top-10 opponent the Cavaliers have faced in the last six matches
  • Virginia and NC State are tied for third place in the ACC at 8-3
  • Freshman Emma Navarro (Charleston, S.C.) started her career with 14 consecutive singles victories before being edged in three sets by 2019 NCAA Singles Champion Estella Perez-Somerriba of Miami last Sunday. Perez-Somerriba is currently ranked No. 4 in the ITA rankings
  • Navarro bounced back from the loss by picking up her first WTA tour-level singles win on Tuesday when she topped World No. 147 Renata Zarazua of Mexico 6-4, 6-3 in the first round of the Volvo Car Open, the WTA 500 event being held this week in Charleston, S.C.
  • Senior Rosie Johanson (Vancouver, Canada) is on a 10-match win streak in singles. She is 14-4 in singles overall and 10-1 in conference
  • Sophomore Natasha Subhash (Fairfax, Va.) has an 11-3 record on the No. 2 singles court and is 8-2 in her last 10 matches
  • All three UVA doubles teams are ranked and are a combined 18-9 in ACC matches
  • Subhash and junior Sofia Munera (Pereira, Colombia) are on a six-match win streak in doubles


  • Wake Forest is ranked No. 30 in this week’s ITA computerized team rankings
  • The Demon Deacons were scheduled to play North Carolina on April 1, but the match was postponed due to COVID-related issues within the Wake Forest program
  • The previous weekend, Wake Forest was swept by Miami and suffered a 4-1 defeat against No. 40 Old Dominion
  • Anna Brylin, who primarily plays on the No. 3 court, leads the team with an 11-3 record
  • Carolyn Campana is currently ranked No. 15 in singles
  • Wake Forest leads the all-time series 29-23 and won the last meeting in 2019 by a 5-2 score


  • NC State is No. 6 in this week’s ITA computerized team rankings, its highest ranking of the season
  • The Wolfpack had a seven-match win streak snapped by a 6-1 loss against No. 1 North Carolina
  • The Pack have two top-10 doubles pairs – Jaeda Daniel/Adriana Reami( 5) and Anna Rogers/Alana Smith (No. 9) – and three ranked singles players – Rogers (No. 5), Smith (No. 29) and Reami (No. 112)
  • Rogers’ ranking is the best singles standing of her career. It bettered the previous program-best of No. 8 that she also owned
  • This is also the regular-season finale for NC State
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 35-10
  • Virginia won last year’s meeting, 4-3, in Raleigh. At the time, UVA was ranked No. 13 and NC State No. 3


  • Virginia has a bye week next week (April 12-18) before heading to Rome, Ga., for the 2021 ACC Tennis Championships, running April 21-25