CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia men’s soccer team (6-7-3) closed out its regular-season home slate with a 2-0 victory over Mary Washington (8-4-3) on Monday afternoon at Klöckner Stadium.


14:40 – UVA: Kome Ubogu (Jeremy Verley, Jesper Moksnes)

55:24 – UVA: Oliver Gerbig (Jeremy Verley)


  • UVA had seven shots in the first 13 minutes of the game, with UMW coming up with saves on two.
  • Virginia scored its first goal on a set piece. Jeremy Verley played the ball across and Jesper Moksnes tapped it back to Kome Ubogu who headed it into the far side of the net.
  • Michael Tsicoulias was fouled in the box and took the penalty kick, but UMW’s goalkeeper Kenny Kurtz made the save.
  • The second goal for the Cavaliers came on a corner kick by Verley that Oliver Gerbig headed into the net.


“We are progressing as a young group. Today was another step in that direction and we will look to carry it to Duke. We had two weeks without a midweek game, so it was an opportunity to get a run in with a different opposition and we were able to play some guys that we haven’t been playing much as we get closer to the ACC tournament.”


  • Gerbig’s goal was the first of his career.
  • It was the first multiple assist game for Verley.
  • Verley, Gerbig, Moksnes and Isaiah Byrd played all 90 minutes in the field.
  • Moksnes’ assist was the first of his career.
  • Virginia had 20 shots to 14 for the Eagles.
  • Goalkeeper Holden Brown came up with six saves.
  • It was the third shutout of the season for the Cavaliers.
  • Malcolm Brickhouse made his collegiate debut, playing all 45 minutes of the second half.


Virginia closes out the regular season on the road at No. 18 Duke on Friday, October 29 at 7 p.m.