CARY, N.C. – The top two teams in the nation will battle it out for a title on Sunday (Nov. 7) when No. 1 Virginia (16-1-2) takes on No. 2 Florida State (15-1-2) in the finals of the ACC Championship at WakeMed Soccer Park. Kick is set for 1 p.m.

The championship match will be broadcast on ESPNU with Jenn Hildreth and Angela Hucles on the call and is available for stream through the ESPN app and at Live stats are also available. Links to the stream and live stats are at Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

• UVA enters the ACC Tournament as the top seed for the third time in history (2013, 2015, 2021).
• The Cavaliers advanced to the ACC final for the eighth time in program history with a 1-0 win over Clemson on Friday night and are looking for the program’s third tournament title (2004, 2012).
• Virginia faces Florida State in the ACC final for the third time (2014, 2015, 2021) on Sunday.
• Diana Ordoñez hit her seventh game-winning goal and 15th goal of 2021 in the win over Clemson.
• Ordoñez now has 14 career game-winning goals for sixth most in UVA program history and her seven game-winning goals this year is tied for most at UVA in a season with Lindsay Gusick (2001).
• Her 15 goals this season matches her freshman total and is tied for ninth most in a season at UVA.
• Ordoñez remains fifth in active D1 players in career points per game (1.66) and goals/game (0.72)
• Laurel Ivory picked up her 66th career victory and is three shy of tying the program record (69).
• Ivory also posted her 41st career shutout – tying for the NCAA lead among active goalkeepers.
• Haley Hopkins assisted on the Ordoñez goal for her eighth this year and fourth on a game winner.
• Lia Godfrey remains fifth among active D1 players in assists per game (0.53) for her career.
• Virginia is 5-1-2 against top-25 teams after the semifinal and will be playing its ninth match against a top-24 opponent – the fourth against a top-4 foe – in the match against FSU on Sunday.
• The Hoos had seven players earn All-ACC honors this year – marking the second time in the last three years UVA has had at seven selections to the annual team voted on by league coaches.
• Diana Ordoñez was named ACC Offensive Player of the Year to mark the seventh time a Cavalier has been named the ACC Player of the Year or ACC Offensive Player of the Year.
• Steve Swanson was named the ACC Coach of the Year for the third time (2013, 2015, 2021).

• Virginia and Florida State meet for the 39th time when the teams face off on Sunday afternoon in the ACC final.
• The Cavaliers lead the all-time series 21-9-8 and are 4-4-3 in games played at neutral sites against the Seminoles.
• Florida State has come on strong in the last 10 years, picking up all nine victories in that time and lead 4-3-4 in the last 12.
• Virginia and Florida State played to a 1-1 draw in the regular-season finale in Tallahassee this season just two weeks ago.
• This is the sixth time in the last 11 meetings that Florida State or Virginia has been ranked No. 1 at the time of the match.
• FSU held the top spot in the 2015 regular season meeting (10-25-15) and 2020 NCAA Tournament semifinal (5-13-21).
• UVA held the top spot in both the 2019 regular-season match (10-13-19) and the 2019 ACC Tournament semifinal (11-8-19).
• Virginia also has held the top spot in both meetings this season against the Seminoles.

• UVA and FSU played to a 1-1 draw two weeks when the teams faced off in the regular-season finale in Tallahassee.
• Diana Ordoñez put the Hoos on top with her goal in the 63rd minute off an assist from sophomore defender Samar Guidry.
• FSU tied things up in the 68th minute on a Yujie Zhao strike from range off a Clara Robbins assist.
• Laurel Ivory posted a pair of saves for UVA while Christina Roque had four saves for the Seminoles in the draw.

• The Cavaliers and Seminoles meet for the 10th time in the ACC Tournament on Sunday afternoon.
• Virginia leads FSU 4-3-2 in games played in the ACC Tourney, taking the lead with a 2019 semifinal win.
• The teams have twice met in the ACC final with the Seminoles taking the title in 2014 and 2015.
• FSU won the 2014 meeting 1-0 and won a shootout in 2015 after playing to a 2-2 draw.