CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 5 Virginia women’s tennis team (20-5) opens play at the 2022 NCAA Women’s Tennis Team Championship by hosting the Charlottesville Regional May 7-8 at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort.

The matches are scheduled to be played outdoors. Please monitor Virginia’s social media accounts for any weather-related changes.


10 a.m.     Army West Point (25-9) vs Princeton (11-10)
1 p.m.       (5) VIRGINIA vs Youngstown State (13-9)

1 p.m.       Second Round Match


  • All matches will stream live on the TennisOne App
  • Live scoring will be available through links posted on


  • $5 for general admission and $3 for students with a valid ID per day
  • Ages 2 and up are required to have a ticket
  • Tickets will be available for purchase online, over the phone, or at the Bryant Hall ticket office and can be picked up at the courts 


  • The Cavaliers head into the championship 9-1 in their last 10 matches including three wins over teams then-ranked in the top-3 of the ITA Rankings
  • Emma Navarro retained her No. 1 singles ranking in the final regular-season ITA rankings and earned the top seed in the NCAA Singles Championship. Navarro is 20-1 this season and has won her last 10 matches
  • Navarro and Hibah Shaikh moved up to a No. 3 doubles ranking and will be the No. 3 seed in the NCAA Doubles Championship. They are the first UVA tandem to earn a top-four seeding in the championship
  • Natasha Subhash and Sara Ziodato are 8-2 in their last 10 matches
  • The Cavaliers are a combined 39-7 on the top two courts this season


  • Virginia is the No. 5 seed in the championship. This is the second-highest seeding in program history after its No. 3 seed in the 2014 tournament
  • Virginia is making its 21st appearance in the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships and fourth-consecutive under head coach Sara O’Leary
  • This is Virginia’s ninth time hosting a regional
  • Virginia has advanced to the Round of 16 six times
  • The Cavaliers’ best finish has been two runs of the quarterfinals (2014 and 2016)


  • Youngstown State won the Horizon League title for the first time since 2018
  • YSU will be making its second trip to Charlottesville for the NCAA Tournament. The Penguins’ first-ever trip to the NCAAs was to Virginia in 2014. The Cavaliers won that contest 4-0
  • The Penguins made five consecutive trips to the NCAA Regional from 2014-18
  • Elisa Rigazio leads the team with a 22-8 record, playing mainly on court four
  • Cecilia Rosas has a 12-10 record on court one
  • Princeton is ranked No. 44 in the latest ITA team rankings
  • The Ivy League Champions have won five straight matches headed into the tournament
  • The Tigers are led by junior Daria Frayman. Frayman is the No. 4 seed in the NCAA Singles Championship with a 21-7 record and a 7-4 mark at No. 1
  • Virginia is 12-10 all-time against the Tigers
  • Army West-Point won the Patriot League Championship with a 4-1 victory over top-seeded Boston University in the finals
  • The Black Knights are making their 16th NCAA tournament appearance and first since 2019
  • Cooper Jackson leads the team with a 16-3 record, playing primarily at No. 3. Justine Dondonay, who plays on courts 4-5, is 14-1


  • The winner of the Charlottesville Regional will face the winner of the Oklahoma State Regional next Saturday, May 14
  • As the No. 5 seed, Virginia will host the Super Regional should they advance
  • The eight super regional winners will then advance to the site of the finals in Champaign, Ill. with the quarterfinals through championship matches being contested May 20-22
  • NCAA Singles and Doubles will take place May 23-28 in that same location