CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. –  The Virginia women’s tennis team (18-6) opens play at the 2023 NCAA Women’s Tennis Team Championship by hosting the Charlottesville Regional May 5-6 at the Virginia Tennis Facility at the Boar’s Head Resort.

The matches are scheduled to be played outdoors. Please monitor Virginia’s social media accounts for any weather-related changes.


  • $5 for general admission and $3 for students with a valid ID per day
  • Ages 2 and up are required to have a ticket
  • Tickets will be available for purchase online, over the phone, or at the Bryant Hall ticket office and can be picked up at the courts

1 p.m.       Princeton vs. Fordham
4 p.m.       (12) VIRGINIA vs LIU

10 a.m.     Ole Miss vs. VCU
1 p.m.       (5) VIRGINIA vs. Navy

4 p.m.       Second Round Match

1 p.m.       Second Round Match


  • The matches will be covered in the Cracked Racquets Cross Court Cast on their YouTube Channel
  • Individual court streams will also be available on
  • Live scoring will be available


  • The Cavaliers are the No. 12 seed in the tournament but are No. 11 in the latest ITA team rankings
  • Virginia is 11-1 at home this season and has not dropped a home match since Feb. 24 against No. 1 North Carolina
  • Virginia has won the doubles point in 13 of its last 17 matches
  • Sara Ziodato brings a seven-match win streak in singles into the tournament. She leads the team with 26 singles victories this season including 15 in dual matches. She has a 26-10 overall record in singles
  • Annabelle Xu suffered her first loss in a dual match in the semifinals of the ACC Championship, falling against No. 21 Carson Tanguilig of UNC. Xu missed two months with an injury but went 8-0 in dual matches during the regular season
  • Natasha Subhash is 8-1 this season on the No. 2 court with six wins against ranked opponents. She is 20-9 this season in singles, the third 20-win season of her career
  • Julia Adams is 29-10 in doubles this season. Both Adams and her partner Mélodie Collard are 18-3 on the No. 1 court and 19-4 overall in dual matches
  • Adams and Collard are No. 10 in the latest ITA Doubles rankings with a 22-5 record together
  • Subhash is 27-8 in doubles. Her partner Elaine Chervinsky is 23-10
  • The Cavaliers are 19-4 at No. 1 doubles with a .826 win percentage on the court
  • The Cavaliers were 44-18 combined on all three doubles courts in dual matches, posting a .710 win percentage


  • Virginia is the No. 12 seed in the championship
  • Virginia is making its 22nd appearance in the NCAA Women’s Tennis Championships and fifth-consecutive under head coach Sara O’Leary
  • This is Virginia’s 10th time hosting a regional
  • Virginia has advanced to the Round of 16 seven times
  • The Cavaliers have reached the quarterfinals three times, including last season (2014, 2016 and 2023)


  • The Cavaliers have at least three student-athletes competing in the NCAA Individual Championships
  • Julia Adams has earned an invitation to compete in both singles and doubles. It is her second straight year playing in both and her third time garnering a doubles invite
  • Mélodie Collard will play in doubles alongside Adams
  • Natasha Subhash earned her third straight singles invitation
  • Subhash and Elaine Chervinsky are the first alternates for the doubles championship


  • Princeton (16-6) is No. 56 in this week’s ITA team rankings
  • The Ivy League champions are making their 11th overall and fourth consecutive NCAA Championship appearance
  • The Tigers have won their last eight matches
  • Daria Frayman is ranked No. 10 in singles. The 2023 Ivy League Player of the Year has been ranked as high as No. 1 in singles. She is 30-6 this season and a 16-1 record in dual matches
  • Frayman and Grace Joyce are No. 26 in doubles and will be competing at the NCAA Doubles Championship
  • Princeton played in the Charlottesville Regional last season, falling 4-0 to the Cavaliers in the second round
  • The Tigers also played in Charlottesville in the fall, competing as individuals at the Wahoowa Invitational
  • Fordham (14-7) won its first-ever Atlantic 10 Championship, topping VCU 4-1 in the final. It was the first championship for the Rams since they won the 1990 Patriot League title
  • Valeriya Deminova has a 9-4 record on the top court. Carlota Casampere has a team-best 21-9 record in singles, playing on courts four and five
  • LIU (12-10) are the Northeast Conference champions
  • This is the second time in three years that the Sharks will face the Cavaliers in the opening round of the tournament. Virginia won the 2021 NCAA opener 4-0
  • Four current LIU student-athletes competed in singles in that NCAA match: Victoria Erechtchenko, Elinor Storkaas, Bianca Compuesto and Kate Jorjoliani
  • Leo Bossieau is the NEC Player of the Year. She is 16-7 this season with an 11-4 record on Court 2