CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 8 Virginia women’s tennis team (16-4, 8-3 ACC) closes out the regular-season schedule with matches at Clemson (10-11, 2-9 ACC) on Friday, April 15 at 3 p.m. and at Georgia Tech (12-8, 7-4 ACC) on Sunday, April 17 at 12 p.m.


  • Live scoring and video will be available for the Clemson match
  • Live scoring and video will be available at Georgia Tech


  • The Cavaliers rose six places in this week’s ITA team rankings to No. 8 after last Sunday’s 4-3 victory against No. 3 NC State
  • The Cavaliers have won their last five matches, the second-longest active win streak in the conference after undefeated North Carolina
  • The Cavaliers enter the weekend in a three-way tie for third place in the ACC with NC State and Miami
  • Emma Navarro has returned to a No. 1 singles ranking. Navarro was the preseason No. 1 player but began dual match season unranked after not playing in the fall. She first reached a No. 1 singles ranking last season on April 13. She is the third player in program history to be the top-ranked player in the nation, joining Danielle Collins and Julia Elbaba
  • Both Navarro and Natasha Subhash have won their last five completed matches. Subhash is 22-9, with 12 of those wins coming in dual matches
  • The Cavaliers are a combined 31-5 on the top two singles courts
  • Navarro and fellow sophomore Hibah Shaikh are 8-2 at doubles and have moved up to a No. 11 national ranking
  • Shaikh is 19-10 in singles, looking to join Subhash with a 20-win season. Shaikh is 7-2 in her last 10 singles matches


  • The Tigers are No. 57 in this week’s ITA team rankings
  • Clemson is 10-2 in home matches, but 0-9 on the road
  • Samantha Buyckx is 20-8 in singles with a 12-4 match in duals playing on courts five and six
  • The Tigers are 12-7 on court three with Janne Thompson leading that charge. Thompson is 17-7 overall this season and 6-3 on court three
  • Clemson leads the all-time series 37-13. Virginia has won the last three meetings
  • Georgia Tech is No. 31 in this week’s ITA team rankings and are in sixth place in the ACC
  • The Yellow Jackets have two ranked singles players: No. 32 Carol Lee and No. 79 Kylie Bilchev. Lee is 20-6 for the year with a 12-4 record on the top court. Bilchev is 15-8, going 7-3 on court three
  • Lee and Kate Sharabura are No. 5 in doubles with a 19-4 overall record and a 14-2 mark in dual matches
  • The Yellow Jackets have one senior being honored before the match, Gia Cohen
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 25-16
  • Last season, the No. 15 Cavaliers upset No. 8 Georgia Tech 5-2 in Charlottesville


  • The ACC Championship will be held Apr. 20-24 at the Rome Tennis Center in Rome, Ga. Tournament seeding and brackets will be announced Sunday (April 17) afternoon