CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 14 Virginia women’s tennis team (14-4, 6-3 ACC) closes out the home portion of its schedule with matches this weekend at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort, taking on No. 27 Wake Forest (12-8, 4-5 ACC) on Friday, April 8 at 4 p.m. and No. 3 NC State (19-3, 6-2 ACC) on Sunday, April 10 at 1 p.m.


  • Live scoring and live video will be available


  • Friday is Virginia’s Senior Day with fourth-years Amber O’Dell and Sofia Munera being honored in a pre-match ceremony approximately 10 minutes before the start of play
  • Virginia fell one spot in this week’s ITA Team Rankings to No. 14 despite picking up a 6-1 road win at Virginia Tech last Saturday
  • Natasha Subhash collected her 20th win of the season at Virginia Tech, improving to 20-9
  • Emma Navarro is ranked No. 5 in the ITA Singles rankings with a 13-1 record at No. 1
  • The Cavaliers are a combined 27-5 on the top two singles courts
  • Hibah Shaikh is 7-2 in her last nine matches with an 18-9 overall record in singles
  • Navarro and Shaikh are a perfect 8-0 at No. 1 doubles and moved up to No. 17 in the national rankings
  • UVA is 15-1 at No. 1 doubles and 13-3 at No. 2


  • Wake Forest is coming off a hearbreaking 4-3 loss against Duke last Sunday
  • The Demon Deacons have been ranked as high as No. 14 this season but is currently ranked No. 27
  • Casie Wooten, who plays primarily on courts two and three, is 13-3 in singles this season
  • Carolyn Campana is ranked No. 35 in the ITA Singles rankings. She is 6-10 on the top court this season
  • Wake Forest leads the all-time series 29-24
  • UVA won last year’s meeting 5-2
  • NC State has been ranked as high as No. 2 this season, the highest ranking in program history. The Wolfpack dipped to No. 3 after being upset by Duke, 4-3
  • The Wolfpack battled No. 1 UNC before being edged 4-3
  • Priska Nugroho is the reigning ACC Freshman of the Week. She has earned the honor three times this season. She is 16-7 in singles, playing primarily on court three
  • Jaeda Daniel is ranked No. 12 in singles, with an 11-8 record on the top court
  • Sophie Abrams and Abigail Rencheli both have 21-14 records in singles
  • Daniel and Nell Miller are 16-2 in doubles in dual matches and are ranked No. 8 in the ITA Doubles rankings
  • The Wolfpack are 19-1 at No. 3 doubles this season
  • Virginia leads the all-times series 35-11
  • The Wolfpack won last year’s meeting 4-3, but UVA won 4-3 in 2020


  • Virginia closes out the regular season on the road next week, playing at Clemson on Friday, Apr. 15 and at Georgia Tech on Sunday, Apr. 17
  • The ACC Championship will be held Apr. 20-24 at the Rome Tennis Center in Rome, Ga.