CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 6 Virginia men’s tennis team (19-5, 12-0 ACC) is competing at the 2022 Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Tennis Championship being held April 20-24 at the Rome Tennis Center in Rome, Ga.

Virginia is the top seed in the championship and has a double-bye into Friday’s quarterfinals. The Cavaliers will take on 8-seed Florida State (16-9, 5-7 ACC) on Friday, April 22 at 10 a.m.


  • Live streaming for Friday’s match will be available online
  • Saturday and Sunday’s matches will stream online through ACC Network Extra
  • Live scores will be available for all matches of the tournament


  • The Cavaliers bring a 14-match win streak into the championship
  • UVA held steady in this week’s ITA national team rankings at No. 6, matching their highest ranking of the season
  • Chris Rodesch and Ryan Goetz have both logged 20-win seasons in singles and doubles. Goetz leads the team with 22 singles victories and 25 doubles wins
  • Goetz brings an eight-match singles win streak into the weekend. Rodesch has won his last seven completed matches
  • Goetz went 11-1 in conference matches
  • Gianni Ross went 10-1 in singles in conference matches. Last year, he was 5-0 in conference and went 2-0 in the ACC Championship
  • Jeffrey von der Schulenburg has won his last 11 completed matches. His last loss was Feb. 6 against James Trotter of Ohio State
  • Bar Botzer picked up his 100th career singles victory last Sunday against Boston College; 84 of those wins came in his three seasons at Wake Forest


  • The Cavaliers are the reigning ACC Champions having won last year’s title with a 4-3 victory against North Carolina
  • UVA has won 13 ACC Championships (2004-05, 2007-15, 2017, 2021)
  • This is the third time the ACC Championship has been held at the Rome Tennis Center. Virginia the title both of the previous times it was there (2017 and 2021)
  • The Cavaliers went 12-0 in the ACC, their 11th time not dropping a conference dual
  • The Cavaliers were the ACC regular-season champions for the 15th time
  • Andres Pedroso is looking for his second ACC championship as a head coach
  • Pedroso originally served as Virginia’s associate head coach from 2010-14. During that four-year span, the Cavaliers won four ACC championships. As a player at Duke, Pedroso helped lead the Blue Devils to four ACC titles (1998-01) 


  • The Cavaliers have a bye week next week
  • Selections for the NCAA Team Championship will be announced on Monday, May 2 at 6 p.m. in a selection show that will stream online on
  • The NCAA Championship begins at four-team regional sites on Friday, May 6. One team from each site will advance to a super regional on May 13 or 14 at host sites. The final eight teams will advance to the finals site in Champaign, Illinois. Quarterfinals begin on Thursday, May 19
  • Selections for the NCAA Singles and Doubles Championships will be announced on Tuesday, May 3 by a press release