CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 12 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (10-4, 5-2 ACC) will close out its regular season road games on Saturday (April 15) at No. 7 Boston College (11-3, 6-1 ACC) with a 2 p.m. opening draw at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Mass.
HOW TO WATCH
The game will be streamed live on ACCNX. Links for the live stats and live stream are available on VirginiaSports.com.
- Entering the weekend, Virginia is currently fourth in the ACC standings.
- The Cavaliers have won five ACC games for the first time in program history.
- Boston College is tied for second with North Carolina, both with a 6-1 conference record.
- Notre Dame is fifth with a 4-3 record in league play.
IN THE RANKINGS
- Graduate student Ashlyn McGovern is second in the ACC in goals per game (3.71) and free position goals per game (0.93). McGovern had five goals at VCU and added three in the win over Duke last week.
- Junior Aubrey Williams is second in the ACC with 8.14 draw controls per game. Williams set the UVA career record after grabbing a single-game record 15 draw controls last week at VCU. She now has 312 career draw controls.
- Sophomore Rachel Clark is third in the conference with 48 goals and third in free position percentage (.750). Clark led the Cavaliers with six goals at VCU and had four in the Duke win last week.
- Junior Morgan Schwab is fourth in the ACC with 2.57 assists per game and 14th in points per game (3.79). Schwab had three assists at VCU. She led UVA with a career-high five goals to top Duke last week.
- Junior Maggie Bostain ranks eighth in the ACC with 1.21 caused turnovers per game. Bostain had a career-high four caused turnovers in the win against Duke.
- Sophomore Kate Miller is eighth in the ACC with 22 assists. She had three assists at VCU.
HOOS VS RANKED OPPONENTS
- The Cavaliers are 5-3 against ranked opponents this season. UVA has wins over then-No. 14 Stanford, then-No. 16 Princeton, then-No. 23 Louisville, then-No. 11 Notre Dame and then-No. 24 Duke.
- The only losses for UVA this season are to then-No. 1 North Carolina, then-No. 5 JMU and No. 1 Syracuse.
Virginia will close out the regular season with a home game against Virginia Tech on Thursday, April 20 at Klöckner Stadium.