CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 14 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (4-5, 0-3 ACC) hosts Pitt (4-4, 0-3 ACC) on Friday at 5 p.m. at Klöckner Stadium.
HOW TO WATCH
The game will be streamed live on ACCNX. Links for the live stats and the live stream are available on VirginiaSports.com. Fans can follow @UVAWomensLax on Twitter for in-game updates.
Fans can purchase single-game tickets in advance online at UVATix.com for $5. UVA athletics strongly encourages fans to avoid lines on game day and purchase their tickets online in advance, there are no fees when buying online. Single game tickets will be $10 at the window on game day. Group packages for parties of 20 or more are just $4 per ticket and are available online or over the phone in advance only.
- This will be the first meeting between Virginia and Pitt as the Panthers are in their inaugural season of women’s lacrosse.
- Virginia ranks second in the NCAA with 19.44 draw controls per game.
- The Cavaliers are averaging 15.67 goals per game and is fourth in the ACC with 21.11 points per game.
- UVA is fourth in the ACC in free position percentage (.528).
- Sophomore Aubrey Williams is second in the ACC and seventh in the NCAA with 8.44 draw controls per game. Williams has double-figure draw controls in three of the last four games.
- Junior goalkeeper Ashley Vernon leads the ACC with 69 saves.
- Freshman Rachel Clark is fourth in the ACC and sixth in the NCAA with 31 goals and is fifth in the ACC with 36 points. Clark has scored multiple goals in six games, including the last five games, with a hat trick in four of those contests.
- Sophomore Morgan Schwab ranks fifth in the ACC and 13th in the NCAA with 16 assists.
LAST TIME OUT
- UVA is coming off a 17-11 loss to No. 3 Syracuse on Saturday (March 12).
- Clark led the Cavaliers with four goals and senior Ashlyn McGovern had three.
- Virginia had the edge in ground balls, caused turnovers and saves against the Orange.
- Senior Myla Barnett and sophomore Ellena Schildmeyer led the team with three ground balls each and sophomore Mackenzie Hoeg had a team-high three caused turnovers.
Virginia hosts James Madison on Sunday for Senior Day at 1 p.m. at Klöckner Stadium.