CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia wrestling team (7-5, 0-3 ACC) closes out the home portion of the schedule on Friday night (Feb. 10) when the Cavaliers host Duke (, 0-3 ACC) at 7 p.m. at Memorial Gym.

Admission is free to the public.

Friday night’s dual with the Blue Devils will be broadcast on ACC Network and a stream will also be available on at and on the ESPN app. Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWrestling).

Virginia will honor 15 seniors prior to the start of the dual as the group of young men are thanked for their contributions to the program and Virginia Athletics as a whole over the course of their careers. Fans are encouraged to show up early to help give the seniors a rousing sendoff.

• Friday night’s matchup against the Blue Devils is the final home dual of the season for the Cavaliers.
• Virginia enters the weekend with five wrestlers ranked in the latest individual rankings from InterMat – No. 26 Brian Courtney (141), No. 26 Jarod Verkleeren (149), No. 17 Justin McCoy (165), No. 16 Neil Antrassian (184) and No. 25 Michael Battista (197).
• The Hoos are coming off a 23-15 victory over American in the last outing, taking the win over the Eagles last Saturday at Memorial Gym.
• Michael Battista is looking for his 25th win of the season on Friday night as he leads the Hoos with a 24-6 record on the year. He is also 9-3 in dual action this season to lead the Hoos in dual victories.
• Neil Antrassian (184) is one of two other Cavaliers with 20 wins on the season as he holds a 20-6 mark entering the weekend and Justin Phillips (174) is 20-10 on the year.
• Hadyn Danals (184) ranks second nationally in the NCAA rankings for tech falls with six in a total time of 25:05 minutes of wrestling this season.

125: Patrick McCormick
133: Marlon Yarbrough
141: Dylan Cedeno
149: No. 26 Jarod Verkleeren
157: Jake Keating
165: No. 17 Justin McCoy
174: Vic Marcelli OR Justin Phillips
184: No. 16 Neil Antrassian
197: No. 25 Michael Battista
285: Ethan Weatherspoon

Ethan Grimminger
133: Logan Agin
141: Christian Colman
149: Patrick Rowland
157: Logan Ferrero
165: Gabe Dinette
174: Open
184: Luke Chakonis
197: Brayden Ray
285: No. 22 Jonah Niesenbaum 

• Virginia and Duke have faced each other 72 times with the Hoos leading the series 63-7-2.
• The Cavaliers won the last meeting 30-9 at Duke and have won four straight in the series.
• In addition to the last four, Virginia has won 16 of the last 17 matchups with the Blue Devils.