CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 8 Virginia men’s tennis team (17-4, 8-0 ACC) plays a pair of matches this weekend in North Carolina, taking on No. 19 Wake Forest (21-8, 5-3 ACC) on Friday, April 7 at 4 p.m. in Winston-Salem, before closing the weekend by taking on No. 22 NC State (12-7, 6-2 ACC) on Sunday, April 9 at noon in Raleigh, N.C.


  • Live scoring and video will be available for both matches


  • The Cavaliers are coming off a bye week
  • The team remained at No. 8 in the ITA team rankings
  • Chris Rodesch has moved up to No. 14 in the ITA Singles rankings. Iñaki Montes is at No. 23, making UVA the only ACC school with two players in the top 25. Jeffrey von der Schulenburg is No. 39. Ryan Goetz is No. 104
  • von der Schulenburg picked up his 20th singles win of the year at Harvard last weekend. He is 20-6 overall and 15-3 in dial matches, having won his last five
  • Alexander Kiefer is a perfect 8-0 in ACC singles matches
  • Goetz is on an eight-match win streak in singles. Goetz has not dropped a match since being edged by Ohio State’s James Trotter on Feb. 11
  • Rodesch is 9-1 on the top singles court this spring and has won his last four matches
  • Montes has won his last five matches and is 6-1 at No. 2 singles
  • Måns Dahlberg is on a six-match win streak and is 5-0 in ACC matches
  • Montes and Goetz are No. 22 in doubles with a 13-3 record. They are 7-0 in ACC doubles matches


  • Wake Forest is coming off a pair of 4-3 losses at Duke and North Carolina last weekend
  • Melios Efstathiou is ranked No. 5 in singles, the second-highest-ranked singles player in the ACC, with a 21-5 overall record and 12-2 mark at No. 1
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 65-25 and has won the last three meetings
  • NC State topped North Carolina last weekend in Chapel Hill, 4-1, before falling 5-2 at Duke
  • The Wolfpack have been ranked as high as No. 19 this season and as low as No. 39, but have returned to the top 25
  • Rafael Iziquierdo is NC State’s highest-ranked player at No. 61. He has an 11-11 record. Luca Staeheli is at No. 70 with a 15-7 mark
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 60-15 and has won the last three meetings


  • Virginia will close out the regular season at home with matches on Friday, April 14 at 5 p.m. against Clemson and Sunday, April 16 at noon against Georgia Tech
  • The ten-year anniversary of the program’s first NCAA team championship will be celebrated at the Clemson match with members of the 2013 team being honored between doubles and singles
  • The Georgia Tech match will be the Cavaliers’ senior day with fifth-year student-athletes Ryan Goetz and William Woodall being honored in a pre-match ceremony