CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 11 Virginia women’s tennis team (10-3, 3-1 ACC) and the No. 12 Virginia men’s tennis team (12-4, 4-0 ACC) are both home this weekend, hosting matches on Friday and Sunday, March 17 and 19, at the Boar’s Head Resort in Charlottesville, Va.


  • 12:30 p.m. – Virginia men vs. No. 9 North Carolina (11-4, 3-0 ACC)
  • 4:30 p.m. – Virginia women vs. No. 24 Notre Dame (10-5, 1-3 ACC)


  • 10:30 a.m. – Virginia women vs. Louisville (8-6, 0-4 ACC)
  • 2:30 p.m. – Virginia men vs. No. 13 Duke (10-4, 3-0 ACC)


  • All of the matches are scheduled to be played outdoors at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort. Please monitor the team’s social media accounts for potential weather-related venue changes
  • Live streaming and live scoring will be available through links posted on
  • Admission is free


  • Virginia rose one spot in this week’s ITA computerized team rankings this week to No. 1 Singles and doubles rankings update again next Tuesday (March 21)
  • Chris Rodesch is 25 in the ITA Singles rankings. Jeffrey von der Schulenburg is No. 32 and Iñaki Montes is No. 37
  • Ryan Goetz and Alex Kiefer both bring four-match win streaks in singles into the weekend
  • Goetz is 11-2 in dual matches this spring
  • Von der Schulenburg also has double-digit dual match single victories with a 10-3 record
  • Von der Schulenburg and Kiefer are 8-4 in doubles in dual matches
  • Virginia has won 30 straight matches in ACC play and 37 straight matches against ACC opponents. UVA’s last loss against an ACC team was a 4-2 loss against North Carolina during the 2021 ITA National Team Indoor Championship. UVA’s last conference loss was a pre-pandemic 4-3 loss at Louisville on Jan. 18, 2020
  • The Cavaliers and Tar Heels have met in the last two ACC Championship finals with UVA winning each by a 4-3 final score. Montes clinched both championship matches for the Cavaliers
  • Brian Cernoch plays the top court for the Tar Heels, amassing an 8-3 record at No. 1 this season
  • UNC leads the all-time series 71-44, but the Cavaliers have won the last four meetings
  • Duke had a bye week last week, but will play at Virginia Tech on Friday before coming to Charlottesville on Sunday
  • Duke has two wins against top-25 teams this season: No. 23 Northwestern and No. 20 Louisville
  • Garrett Johns is ranked No. 12 in the ITA Singles rankings
  • Virginia head coach Andres Pedroso is a Duke alum. Pedroso helped lead the Blue Devils to four ACC titles, was a two-time All-American and was named to the ACC 50th Anniversary Team
  • Pedroso and Duke head coach Ramsey Smith were teammates on the Blue Devils, both graduating in 2001 from Duke
  • Duke holds a 54-46 advantage in the all-time series. UVA has won the last three meetings


  • The Cavaliers close out the homestand by hosting Virginia Tech on Wednesday, March 22 at 3 p.m. at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort in a Smithfield Commonwealth Clash match