CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 2 Virginia women’s soccer team (14-1-1, 7-0-1 ACC) closes out a three-game homestand on Sunday (Oct. 24) when the Cavaliers host Miami (4-10-0, 1-7-0 ACC) in a 3 p.m. contest at Klöckner Stadium.

Sunday’s match between the Cavaliers and Hurricanes will be broadcast on the ACC Regional Sports Networks. Fans can find the match via the affiliates link online for in-market broadcast channels. Live stats are also available and links are available at Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

Virginia will recognize six players during “Senior Day” ceremonies prior to kick against the Hurricanes. The Cavaliers will honor goalkeeper Laurel Ivory, midfielders Lauren Hinton, Taryn Torres, Sydney Zandi, defender Lizzy Sieracki and forward Diana Ordoñez.

• Virginia is coming off a 4-1 win over Louisville in which Alexis Theoret scored her first collegiate goal.
• Diana Ordoñez leads UVA in goals (11) and points (24). She has 87 points – 10th all-time at UVA.
• Ordoñez is sixth at UVA in career goals (38) after her goal against Louisville on Thursday night.
• Her Louisville goal was the game winner. er six game winners this season is tied for second in a season at UVA.
• Ordoñez entered the week fifth in active D1 players in points per game for her career (1.57) and tied for fourth in goals per game (0.69). She has a goal or assist in eight of the last 11 games.
• Haley Hopkins tied a career high with five points (2G, 1A) at Syracuse – including the game winner – and hit the game winner vs. the Irish. She has three goals and two assists in the last four games.
• Alexa Spaanstra came up big for the Hoos in the last four games with a brace at BC, an assist at Syracuse, a goal and an assist in the 2-1 vs. No. 17 Notre Dame and an assist vs. Louisville.
• Spaanstra is 9th all-time at UVA in assists and now has 27 assists for her career after Louisville.
• Laurel Ivory entered the week tied as the NCAA active leader in career shutouts in all divisions (40).
• Ivory has 64 career wins and is five shy of tying the UVA record set by Morgan Stearns (2013-16).
• Lia Godfrey leads UVA in assists (11) passing her ACC-leading total from 2020. She has a goal or an assist in 10 of the last 13 matches and has a goal and five assists in the last four games.
• Godfrey and Ordoñez are among the ACC leaders with Godfrey tied for first in assists (11) and second in assists/game (0.69). Ordoñez is tied for first in goals (11) and third in goals/game (0.69).
• Spaanstra is tied for eighth in points (19) and fourth in assists (7) in the ACC.

• Virginia and Miami meet for the 17th time when the teams face each other on Sunday afternoon
• The Hoos lead the all-time series 13-2-1 and are 6-0-0 in games played at Klöckner Stadium
• Virginia has won three straight games in the series, all of them by shutout in that stretch
• In addition to the three consecutive wins, Virginia has won 10 of the last 11 meetings between the two teams

• The Hurricanes enter the contest with a 4-10-0 record and are 1-7-0 in ACC play after a loss at Virginia Tech
• Miami is led on offensively by a trio of players with two goals each and Maria Jakobsdottir with three assists
• The Hurricanes have scored 10 goals this season while allowing 26 goals against
• In goal, Melissa Dagenais has posted three shutouts while making 75 saves and allowing 25 goals to date