CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 5 Virginia women’s soccer team (2-0-0) hosts Michigan (0-1-1) on Thursday night at 8:15 p.m. It’s the second game of a doubleheader with the Virginia men’s team who kicks off at 6 p.m. against Iona.

Thursday night’s game against Michigan will be streamed on ACCNX which is available through the ESPN app and at for customers who have the ACC Network as part of their television subscription. Live stats are also available and links to both the live stream and broadcast are available at Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomenSoccer).

Due to construction in the area in the early part of the season that has eliminated spaces in the JPJ South lot, fans are encouraged to consider parking in the JPJ West lot and parking garage.

Tickets are available for Thursday night’s contest and fans are encouraged to purchase in advance online at Advance tickets online are $12 for reserved seats (if available) and $8 for general admission. If purchased at the gate, reserved seats are $15 if available and general admission set at $10.

Tickets are good for entry into both games of Thursday’s doubleheader and one-time re-entry is allowed with a ticket.


  • Virginia remained at No. 5 in the latest United Soccer Coaches for week two of action.
  • The Cavaliers are coming off back-to-back shutouts by 5-0 scores as the Hoos downed both Nevada and Radford last week at Klöckner Stadium.
  • Three players tallied braces last week with Allie Ross and Meredith McDermott each scoring twice against Nevada and Maggie Cagle finding the net twice against Radford.
  • Cagle’s first goal against Radford came in the first minute and was the first goal scored by a Hoo in the opening minute since Meghan Cox did it vs. Penn State (11/18/16) in the NCAATournament.
  • Laughlin Ryan made her collegiate debut last week after missing the first three years of competition and tallied an assist when she connected with Brianna Jablonowski against Nevada.
  • Camryn Miller made her debut in goal as she played the second half of Sunday’s game vs. Radford.
  • Underclassmen came up big in the opening week as eight of the 10 goals came off the foot of freshmen or sophomores. Yuna McCormack and Maya Carter each scored single goals to join Cagle, McDermott and Ross in the goal production.
  • Cayle White picked up her 12th career shutout against Nevada and moved to 21 career wins after the Hoos went 2-0 on the opening week of play.
  • Virginia opens the year with six of its seven non-conference matches at home – including three straight with the Hoos taking on Nevada, Radford and Michigan to start the year.
  • In non-conference action, the Cavaliers will host Iowa and Michigan out of the Big 10 and the Big 12’s West Virginia. The lone road trip of the season is a date with George Mason this weekend.


  • Virginia and Michigan have faced each other once before with the Hoos picking up a 2-1 victory in 2013.
  • That win came at Klöckner Stadium in the Elite Eight of the NCAA Tournament and gave the Hoos a berth in the College Cup.
  • Morgan Gautrat (Brian) and Molly Menchel scored for the Hoos with Menchel’s goal in the 68th minute being the difference in the match.