CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The 6-seed Virginia women’s lacrosse team (8-7, 3-7 ACC) opens the 2021 ACC Championship against 3-seed Boston College (12-2, 8-2 ACC) in the quarterfinals on Wednesday, April 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Dorrance Field in Chapel Hill, N.C.
HOW TO WATCH
All games of the ACC Championship will be streamed live on ACC Network. Links for live stats and the live stream are available on VirginiaSports.com. Fans can follow @UVAWomensLax on Twitter for in-game updates.
- Virginia is 21-17 all-time in the ACC Championship and is 6-5 in the quarterfinals.
- The Cavaliers have won five ACC titles.
- UVA advanced to the semifinals in 2017 when head coach Julie Myers recorded her 300th career-win.
- Virginia is second in the ACC in turnovers per game (12.20), fourth in draw controls per game (13.47) and sixth in points per game (17.60) and ground balls per game (14.60).
- Graduate student Meredith Chapman (Apex, N.C.) and junior Annie Dyson (Alexandria, Va.) were both named to the All-ACC Second Team.
- Mackenzie Hoeg (Mattituck, N.Y.) and Maggie Bostain (Richmond, Va.) were ACC All-Freshman Team selections.
- Virginia and Boston College are meeting for the 21st time in series history and second time this season.
- Boston College won the first meeting of the season 20-11 on March 13.
- UVA leads the series 14-6 and is 3-0 in neutral site games.
- The last neutral site meeting was on April 20, 2012 in the ACC Quarterfinals as UVA won 13-8.
ABOUT BOSTON COLLEGE
- Boston College closed out the regular season splitting its two games with Syracuse.
- The Eagles lead the ACC in draw controls per game (18.07) and scoring offense (16.50).
- Charlotte North leads the ACC in goals per game (4.43), recording 62 on the season, and is second with 8.79 draw controls per game.
- Caitlynn Mossman is second in the ACC in assists per game (2.07).
The winner of Wednesday’s game will advance to the ACC Semifinals to face the winner of 2-seed Syracuse/7-seed Virginia Tech on Friday, April 30 at 2:30 p.m.