CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia field hockey team (13-6, 3-3 ACC) will face No. 1 North Carolina (16-0, 6-0 ACC) in the final match of the 2022 ACC Field Hockey Championships on Friday, Nov. 4 at 2 p.m. at Jack Katz Stadium in Durham, N.C.


  • The entire ACC Championship will air on the ACC Network and stream on ACCNX
  • Live stats be available
  • Links are posted on


  • Purchase tickets at any time online prior to or on game day from your computer or mobile device by visiting All championship passes and day passes will be digital tickets. For more information, please call the Duke Ticket Office at 1-877-375-3853 or 919-681-2583. Adult tournament tickets are $10. Single session passes are $5. Youth 18 and younger are free.


  • Virginia is looking for its second ACC title. The team won its first championship in 2016. That year, UVA was the six seed in the tournament, becoming the lowest-ever seed to win the ACC Field Hockey Championship
  • Virginia won the 2016 title with a 4-2 win against UNC after losing to the Tar Heels in the regular-season 3-2 in overtime
  • This is Virginia’s ninth time playing in the championship game and Michele Madison’s fourth time playing for the title. She was the runner-up in 2009 and 2021, in addition to the 2016 championship
  • Last year, the Cavaliers advanced to the ACC final, falling 1-0 to North Carolina. Erin Matson scored on the Tar Heels only shot on goal of the game
  • Virginia dropped the regular-season meeting this year 3-1
  • Both games last year (2021 season) against UNC were one-goal losses, including a 3-2 loss in overtime to close out the regular season
  • The Cavaliers finished in a three-way tie for third place in the ACC with Boston College and Syracuse and earned the No. 3 seed via goal differential
  • Virginia advanced with a 1-0 win against 6-seed Louisville and a 3-2 overtime victory against 2-seed Wake Forest
  • Sophomore striker Taryn Tkachuk scored the game-winning goal for the Cavaliers in the ACC quarterfinal against Louisville and the game-tying goal in the semifinals against Wake Forest. Both goals ended up being highlighted on SportsCenter Top 10 (6 and 5, respectively). Those were her third and fourth goals of the year
  • All three of the Cavalier captains contibuted to Wednesday’s win. Junior midfielder Meghen Hengerer assisted on two of the goals. Grad student striker Annie McDonough scored the first goal of the game and assisted on the overtime game-winner by senior midfielder Adele Iacobucci
  • Senior striker Laura Janssen continues to lead the team in goals (10) and points (22)
  • Freshman goalkeeper Jet Trimborn picked up her fifth shutout of the year on Tuesday against Louisville, making a career-high five saves in the game. She is 10-3 on the season with a .702 save percentage and a 1.05 goals-against average
  • Virginia’s four goals in the tournament have all been open field goals. The Cavaliers have not scored off a penalty corner
  • Virginia has only had four penalty corners in the tournament, two in each game
  • The Cavaliers finished in a three-way tie for third place in the ACC with Boston College and Syracuse and earned the No. 3 seed via goal differential 


  • The NCAA Championship Selection Show will stream on Sunday, Nov. 6 at 10 p.m. on