CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The No. 11 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (11-3, 4-3 ACC) is set to face off with No. 3 Boston College (12-2, 6-1 ACC) on Saturday (April 13) at Klöckner Stadium. First draw is set for 4.m.

Saturday’s game against Boston College will be broadcast on ACC Network which is available 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 Boston College, 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 1 p.m. – 7 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.

Virginia will honor its graduating seniors with a ceremony prior to first draw. Cavalier seniors include: Devon Whitaker, Mackenzie Hoeg, Kacy Hogarth, Morgan Schwab, Lauren Pederson, Maggie Bostain, Ashley West, Ashley Vernon, Kiki Shaw and Katia Carnevale.


  • Virginia meets Boston College for the 15th time in program history. The Cavaliers hold a 14-10 advantage in the series but have not taken a victory from the Eagles since 2016—a 15-14 win in Charlottesville.
  • This matchup will feature familiar faces on both sidelines including former collegiate teammates Sonia LaMonica and Acacia Walker-Weinstein. Virginia will also face off with its leading goal scorer from the 2023 season, Rachel Clark who suits up for the Eagles.
  • UVA currently sits in fourth place in the ACC standings sharing a 4-3 record with North Carolina
  • After starting 9-1, the Cavaliers enjoyed their best start to a season since the 2007 team went 10-1 through the first 11 games of the season en route to an appearance in the NCAA title game.


  • In the midst of historic season from Morgan Schwab who leads the nation in assists, the Virginia offense has been balanced across the board.
  • Virginia currently ranks No. 2 in NCAA Division I with 126 total assists
  • Eight different Cavaliers have hit double figures this season in goals while four have hit the 20-goal mark already.
  • Freshman Madison Alaimo has also been a second quarterback for Virginia this season with total 19 assists, just three shy of a freshman single-season record.

The Cavaliers will close out the regular season on Wednesday (April 17) when the team travels to Blacksburg, Va. to take on Virginia Tech in the Smithfield Commonwealth Clash.