CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 9 Virginia women’s tennis team (15-4, 8-2 ACC) plays its final home contest of the 2023 regular season when it hosts Virginia Tech (10-10, 1-9 ACC) on Thursday, April 6 at 4 p.m. at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort.


  • Thursday’s match is Senior Day with grad student Julia Adams being honored in a pregame on-court ceremony at 3:50 p.m.
  • The match is scheduled to be played outdoors at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort. Please check UVAWomensTennis social media accounts for any venue changes
  • Admission is free
  • Live streaming and scoring will be available through links posted on


  • Virginia moved back into the top 10 of this week’s ITA team rankings, coming in at No. 9
  • UVA has won nine of its last 10 matches
  • The Cavaliers are in fourth place in the ACC with three matches remaining before the conference tournament
  • Natasha Subhash was named the ACC Co-Player of the Week on Tuesday. She went 2-0 in doubles and won both clinching singles matches in last weekend’s wins against No. 20 Georgia Tech and No. 30 Clemson. Her straight-set victory against No. 7 Carol Lee was her highest-ranked victory of the year and the fourth top-10 victory of her collegiate career
  • Subhash is 19-5 in singles overall this season and 11-3 in dual matches
  • Sara Ziodato leads the Cavaliers with 22 singles wins this year. She is 7-3 in her last 10 matches
  • Mélodie Collard went 2-0 last weekend to improve to 17-8 on the season
  • The Cavaliers went 5-0 in doubles last weekend
  • UVA has won the doubles point in 10 of its last 12 matches
  • Julia Adams and Mélodie Collard are 15-2 at No. 1 doubles and are 9-1in ACC matches
  • Natasha Subhash is 14-2 at No. 2 doubles (8-1 with Elaine Chervinsky)
  • Adams is 26-9 in doubles this season; Subhash is 25-5


  • Özlem Uslu was named the ACC Freshman of the Week after picking up a win last weekend against No. 7 Carol Lee of Georgia Tech
  • Uslu has moved back into the ITA singles rankings, coming in at No. 67
  • The Hokies dropped a pair of 4-3 matches against Clemson and Georgia Tech last weekend. Their lone conference win was a 5-2 match against Louisville on March 17
  • The Cavaliers are 42-5 all-time against the Hokies and have won the last 26 meetings. Virginia Tech’s last win against Virginia came in October of 1998


  • The rivalry between Virginia Athletics and Virginia Tech Athletics has a long and storied history dating back more than 125 years within the Commonwealth of Virginia. The Cavaliers and Hokies first faced off on the gridiron in Charlottesville in 1895. First coined the Commonwealth Clash during the 2014-2015 season, the rivalry has expanded and intensified across the 22 sports the two institutions face off in head-to-head competition
  • The winner of today’s match will earn one point in the Clash
  • The Clash is tied 7-7


  • The Cavaliers close out the regular season next weekend, playing at No. 7 NC State on Friday, April 14 and at No. 24 Wake Forest on Sunday, April 16