CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 8 Virginia women’s soccer team (11-2-3, 4-2-2 ACC) closes out the regular-season home schedule on Sunday (Oct. 23) when the Cavaliers host NC State (7-6-4, 2-5-1 ACC) in a 2 p.m. contest at Klöckner Stadium.

It will be “Senior Day” on Sunday afternoon and the Cavaliers will recognize a group of seven players in ceremonies prior to kick. Virginia will honor forwards Jansen Eichenlaub, Haley Hopkins, Rebecca Jarrett and Alexa Spaanstra, defenders Sarah Clark and Claire Constant, and goalkeeper Michaela Moran.

Sunday afternoon’s contest against NC State will be streamed on ACCNX which is available through the ESPN app and at for customers who have the ACC Network as part of their television subscription. Live stats are also available and links to both the live stream and broadcast are available at Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

Tickets are available for Sunday afternoon’s game and fans can purchase single-game tickets in advance online at Reserved seats purchased in advance are $12 and general admission tickets are $8. UVA athletics strongly encourages fans to avoid lines on game day and purchase their tickets online in advance. Single game tickets will be $15 at the gate on game day for reserved seats if available and $10 for general admission seats. Group packages for parties of 20 or more are $6 and are available for purchase over the phone in advance only.

• Virginia is No. 8 in the coaches poll and in the top 10 in the polls for the ninth week this season.
• UVA is No. 9 in the latest RPI and was sixth in the inaugural DI selection committee rankings. There are currently six teams from the ACC in the top 10 as released by the committee.
• Sunday afternoon’s game will be the final home game of the regular season for the Cavaliers who go on the road next week for the regular-season finale at Miami.
• Maggie Cagle continues to deliver for the Hoos in her freshman campaign after hitting the game-winning goal against Wake Forest. Cagle now has seven assists and three goals (two game winners).
• Cagle entered the week tied for third nationally in game-winning assists as one of only six players to have at least five game-winning assists. She is 22nd nationally in assists and second in the ACC.
• Haley Hopkins was named ACC Co-Offensive Player of the Week after turning in an assist and a brace for the Hoos in last week’s match at Virginia Tech.
• Hopkins is among the NCAA leaders in total goals (19th – 10) and points (20th – 24). She leads the ACC in goals along with Notre Dame’s Olivia Wingate and is third in points this season.
• As a team, Virginia is in the top three in the ACC in scoring offense (2.44 gpg), goals (39) and points (110). The Cavaliers also rank in the top 16 nationally in those categories.
• Defensively, the Cavaliers have been stout defensively and are second in the ACC and rank 11th nationally in shutout percentage. The Hoos have posted 10 shutouts this season.
• Alexa Spaanstra made her 100th career start on Thursday against Wake Forest and appeared in her 100th game. She is tied for first in both lists with Laurel Ivory and can set a new mark Sunday.

• Virginia and NC State have faced each other 43 times with the Cavaliers leading the series 28-12-3.
• Virginia won the last meeting 2-1 on a 90th minute goal from Talia Staude in Raleigh.
• The Cavaliers are 9-0-2 against NC State in the last 11 meetings dating back to the last NC State win in 2009.
• Virginia has gone 23-1-2 against NC State dating back to the 1996 season when the teams met twice.
• The Hoos lead the Wolfpack 11-2 in games played at Klöckner Stadium and 14-4 in games played at home.