CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 3 Virginia women’s soccer team (6-1-0) closes out the non-conference portion of its schedule on Sunday (Sept. 12) when the Cavaliers host Oklahoma (3-3-1) in a noon contest at Klöckner Stadium.

HOW TO FOLLOW THE ACTION
The match will be streamed on ACCNX and is available to subscribers through ESPN.com and the ESPN app. Live stats are also available for the match. Links to both the live stats and live stream are at VirginiaSports.com. Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

QUICK KICKS
• Virginia is coming off a 4-2 loss to No. 14 Penn State on Thursday that saw Diana Ordoñez score both UVA goals.
• Ordoñez turned in her third multiple-goal game of the season and ninth of her career with the brace Thursday.
• She leads the team with seven goals and 14 points through seven games this season.
• Ordoñez is tied for seventh nationally in goals per game (1.00) and fourth in total goals scored (7).
• The Cavaliers are eighth nationally in goals scored (22) and are 22nd in scoring offense with 3.14 goals per game.
• Virginia is 59-8-13 under head coach Steve Swanson following a non-season-ending loss.
• Lia Godfrey has a team-leading five assists this season after assisting on both goals against Penn State Thursday.

A LOOK AT OKLAHOMA
• Oklahoma enters the Sunday contest at 3-3-1 after falling to NC State 5-0 on Thursday at Klöckner Stadium.
• The Sooners have wins over Lamar, Nebraska and Kansas City this season.
• Oklahoma is led by forward Jasmine Richards with three goals, while forward Ella Pappas has two assists.
• The Sooners have conceded 13 goals this year while scoring 10 goals this season.
• Nikki Panas is 2-2-1 after starting five games in goal this season

THE SERIES WITH THE SOONERS
• Virginia and Oklahoma have met once in the history of the two programs
• The only meeting between the teams came at Klöckner Stadium in the 206 season – a 3-0 victory for the Cavaliers
• In that game, UVA got goals from Veronica Latsko and Alexis Shaffer in the first 11 minutes of play. An own goal by the Sooners in the 86th minute capped the scoring in that meeting.

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