CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 5 Virginia field hockey team (11-5) plays its final regular-season game at Maryland (14-2) on Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 5 p.m. at the Field Hockey and Lacrosse Complex in College Park, Md.


  • The match will stream online on B1G+ (subscription required)
  • Live stats be available
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  • This is the final regular-season game for the Cavaliers
  • The other six ACC schools will conclude conference play and their regular seasons on Friday. The bracket for the ACC Championship, being held Nov. 1-4 at Duke, will be released on Friday evening at the conclusion of those contests
  • The Cavaliers climbed two spots in this week’s NFHCA poll to No. 5, the team’s highest ranking of the season
  • The Maryland game is the Cavaliers’ fourth match in a nine-day span with the Cavaliers going 2-1 in their three games last week, including a 2-1 road win at No. 16 Liberty, a 3-1 loss at No. 1 North Carolina and a 3-0 home win against Kent State
  • The 3-0 win against Kent State was the Cavaliers fifth shutout victory of the season
  • The Cavaliers outshot the Golden Flashes 21-3 in the game
  • Senior Laura Janssen scored her team-leading 10th goal against Kent State. She rankes fifth in the ACC with 0.62 goals per game and seventh with 1.31 points per game
  • Grad student Annie McDonough scored her first goal of the season against Kent State, becoming the 11th player to score a goal this season. It was also a game-winner, making her the eighth different Cavalier to notch a game-winner
  • Freshman goalkeeper Jet Trimborn ranks second in the ACC and fifth in the nation with a 0.97 goals-against average


  • Maryland is ranked fourth in RPI and the Cavaliers fifth
  • The Terrapins are coming off a 5-1 loss against Penn State on Friday, just their second loss of the season
  • They will close out the regular season on Sunday at UConn
  • The Terps lead the nation in assists per game (3.50) and points per game (11.75) and are second in goals-per-game (4.12)
  • Danielle van Rootselaar leads the team with 11 goals
  • Bibi Donraadt leads the team in points with 28. Hope Rose is second with 27 points
  • The two teams faced one another in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Championship with Maryland winning 2-1
  • Maryland leads the all-time series 44-22-2
  • Virginia assistant coach Alyssa Parker played for Maryland from 2012-15, earning All-Region honors her junior and senior seasons


  • The 2022 Atlantic Coast Conference championship runs from Nov. 1-4