CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Four-seed Virginia women’s lacrosse (11-5) will begin play at the 2023 ACC Tournament facing five-seed Notre Dame (12-4) on Wednesday (April 26) in the quarterfinals at 1:30 p.m. at American Legion Memorial Stadium.
HOW TO WATCH
Every game of the ACC Tournament will be broadcast on ACC Network. Links for live stats and the live stream are available on VirginiaSports.com.
ACC TOURNAMENT HISTORY
- UVA is 22-20 all-time in the ACC Tournament and is 8-6 in the first round/quarterfinals.
- Virginia advanced to the ACC semifinals in 2022 after an 18-14 win to knock off 3-seed Syracuse in the quarterfinals.
- This will be the third time UVA and Notre Dame have met in the ACC Tournament, with the Irish owning a 2-0 record in those games.
- In both previous meetings. Virginia was the No. 4 seed and Notre Dame the No. 5 seed. Both games were decided by one goal, with ND winning 7-6 in 2015 and 11-10 in 2019.
AGAINST NOTRE DAME
- Virginia and Notre Dame are meeting for the 13th time in the series and second time this season.
- The Cavaliers won the regular season meeting between the two teams, 16-13, on March 25.
- Senior Jaime Biskup and sophomore Rachel Clark led UVA with five goals apiece.
- UVA dominated the second period, 8-1, to take an 11-4 lead into the half and out-drew the Irish 10-0.
- Clark and Biskup both scored two goals in the fourth quarter to keep UVA’s lead.
LAST TIME OUT
- The Cavaliers closed out the regular season with a 15-10 win over Virginia Tech.
- Clark scored five goals and added two assists to lead UVA in the win.
- The win gave Virginia its sixth ACC win of the season, marking the most for a UVA team in program history.
The winner of Wednesday’s quarterfinal will advance to the ACC Semifinals to face the winner of one-seed Boston College and nine-seed Duke on Friday, April 28 at 1 p.m.