CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The No. 9 Virginia women’s tennis team (16-4, 9-2 ACC) closes out the regular season with a pair of road matches at No. 8 NC State (18-4, 8-3 ACC) on Friday, April 14, at 3 p.m. and at No. 28 Wake Forest (14-11, 4-7 ACC) on Sunday, April 16, at 12 p.m.


  • Live streaming and scoring for both matches will be available through links posted on


  • Virginia moved up to No. 9 in this week’s ITA team rankings
  • Virginia has won 10 of its last 11 matches
  • The Cavaliers are looking for their second win against a top-10 team this season on Friday at NC State. The Cavaliers topped No, 10 Duke 4-3 on Feb. 26
  • The Cavaliers are in third place in the conference standings with a 9-2 record heading into the final weekend of competition. NC State and Miami are tied for fourth at 8-3
  • Sara Ziodato has won her last four singles matches and is 23-10 this season to lead the team in singles victories
  • Natasha Subhash is 19-6 in singles this season, vying for the third 20-win season of her career
  • Subhash is ranked No. 60 in singles. Julia Adams is No. 55
  • Adams comes into the weekend with 98 doubles victories in her collegiate career. She is 27-9 this year in doubles
  • Adams and Mélodie Collard are ranked No. 21 in the ITA Doubles rankings. Subhahs and Elaine Chervinsky are No. 23
  • Virginia has won the doubles point in 11 of its last 13 matches
  • Sara O’Leary comes into the weekend with a 99-46 record at Virginia. She is looking to become the third coach in program history to win 100 matches at UVA


  • NC State fell to No. 8 in this week’s ITA team rankings after dropping matches last week at Duke and North Carolina. NC State has been ranked as high as No. 3 this season
  • The Wolfpack rebounded with a 5-2 win on Monday against reigning NCAA Champion Texas
  • Alana Smith is ranked No. 13 in singles. Diana Shnaider is No. 15 and Amelia Rajecki is No 25
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 37-11 and won both meetings last year, including a 4-2 victory against the Wolfpack in the ACC Quarterfinals
  • Wake Forest is No. 28 in this week’s ITA Team Rankings, slipping out of the top 25 after a pair of 4-0 losses against UNC and Duke
  • The Demon Deacons have been ranked as high as No. 19 this season
  • Casie Wooten is ranked No. 49 in singles. Anna Brylin is No. 58
  • Brylin and Brooke Killingsworth are No. 14
  • Wake Forest leads the all-time series 29-25. Virginia has won the last two meetings


  • The 2023 ACC Women’s Tennis Championship takes place April 19-23 at the Cary Tennis Center in Cary, N.C.
  • The full tournament bracket will be released Sunday afternoon