CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 16 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (2-0) is set to face off with Princeton (0-0) on Saturday (Feb. 17). First draw at Klöckner Stadium is set for 12 p.m.

Saturday’s game against Princeton 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 TV subscription. Links to both the broadcast and live stats are available at Fans can also get updates by following the program’s official Twitter account (@UVAWomensLax).

For Saturday’s game against Princeton, fan parking will be located at Emmet Ivy Garage with access off Emmet Street or Ivy Road. There will be a shuttle service from Emmet Ivy Garage to the Klöckner Stadium entrance from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. JPJ South and West lots will be reserved for other events.

Parking at Emmet Ivy Garage is free, but fans will be required to reserve a space by visiting with the access code ATH24UVA. Reservations can be made in advance or upon arrival.


  • One of Virginia’s oldest rivals in the sport of women’s lacrosse, the Cavaliers match up with Princeton for the 43rd time in program history. The teams have split the last two meetings of the series.
  • The Cavaliers are ranked No.16 in the latest IWLCA Poll and moved up to to No. 18 in the USA Lacrosse rankings
  • The Cavaliers play a difficult schedule in 2024 as the slate features 10 teams ranked or receiving votes in the latest IWLCA poll. Of those opponents five are ranked in the top-five.
  • Virginia’s sophomore goalkeeper, Mel Josephson was named ACC Defensive Player of the Week following a pair of 12-save performances against Liberty and Stanford.


  • UVA head coach Sonia LaMonica was appointed in July 2023 and takes over UVA’s storied program after serving as the head women’s lacrosse coach at Towson for the last 14 seasons. At Towson, she amassed a 139-91 record.
  • The LaMonica era began with back-to-back wins over Liberty and Stanford which featured plenty of new Cavalier faces. Graduate transfer Katia Carnevale leads the Cavaliers in scoring with six total goals including a four-goal performance on her UVA debut at Liberty.
  • Freshmen Madison Alaimo (2g, 5a) and Jenna Dinardo (2g, 1a) have been difference makers on the attack while Kate Demark and sophomore Olivia Bruno have stepped into important roles on the defensive end.


  • Both Virginia and Princeton will show their support for Morgan’s Message throughout tomorrow’s game.
  • Morgan’s Message is an organization that strives to eliminate the stigma surrounding mental health within the student-athlete community and equalize the treatment of physical and mental health in athletics.
  • For more information on Morgan’s Message, visit

The Cavaliers will be back on the field at Klöckner Stadium on Friday (Feb. 23) when the Cavaliers host North Carolina in their ACC opener. First draw is set for 5 p.m.