CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The fifth-seeded No. 7 Virginia women’s lacrosse team (15-4) is set to take on No. 10 Florida (18-2) in the second round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship on Sunday (May 12) at Klöckner Stadium. First draw on ESPN+ is set for 1 p.m.

All three games of the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship at Klöckner Stadium will be streamed live on ESPN+ for authenticated subscribers. Links for the live stats and live stream are available on

Tickets are $10 for general admission and $15 for reserved seating. Fans may purchase tickets in advance via or by calling the Virginia Athletics ticket office (434-924-8821). Fans may also purchase tickets at the Klöckner Stadium box office starting one hour prior to the event. Free parking for both games is available in the John Paul Jones South and West Lots.


  • The Cavaliers are set to make their 28th consecutive appearance in the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship
  • UVA has played the second-most games in the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship appearing in 72 contests.
  • Virginia owns the third-most wins in the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship with 40
  • UVA earned its highest seed in the NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Championship since 2008 when the team earned the No. 4 seed
  • Virginia makes its 36th overall appearance in the NCAA tournament and owns a 40-32 overall record in the tournament
  • The Cavaliers have been crowned NCAA champions three times (1991, 1993, 2004)


  • The Cavaliers put on a show offensively in their first round matchup with LIU logging a 21-6 win
  • Virginia’s 21 goals sets a program record for goals in a tournament game bettering their previous high of 20 in 1999 and 2002.
  • With six assists in round one, Morgan Schwab matched the third-highest assist total in an NCAA tournament game. Her career tournament-high of seven (vs USC, 2022) ranks as the second-highest single-game total in the history of the tournament.
  • Morgan Schwab tallied seven points (1g, 6a) for her second consecutive NCAA tournament game. She has registered six or more assists in three of her last four games in the NCAA Championship.


  • In her first season as head coach at UVA, Sonia LaMonica was voted ACC Co-Coach of the Year alongside former collegiate teammate Acacia Walker-Weinstein of Boston College.
  •  LaMonica has led UVA to its first 15-win season since 2007. The team went 9-1 in its first 10, its best start since 2007 as well.
  • Virginia’s season has featured impressive wins over No. 3 Boston College and No. 4 Notre Dame, marking the first time UVA has logged wins over two top-four opponents since 2015. UVA’s season also featured its first win over UNC since the 2014 season when the Cavaliers downed the Tar Heels in the ACC quarterfinal.


  • Virginia’s freshman class has been crucial to the team’s success this season. ACC Freshman of the Year Kate Galica leads a trio including Jenna Dinardo and Madison Alaimo on the ACC All-Freshman team
  • Offensively, Virginia’s freshmen account for 30-percent of the team’s goals this season led by Dinardo’s 38.
  • Madison Alaimo broke a UVA single-season freshman record with 27 assists while Kate Galica broke a freshman record of her own with 93 draw controls on the season
  • On the defensive end of the field, Kate Demark has been a steady and reliable player for the Cavaliers with 16 caused turnovers and 27 ground balls


  • With a win, Virginia would advance to the NCAA quarterfinal round on Thursday (May 16)
  • In the event Virginia advances to the NCAA quarterfinal round, the game’s location would be determined by the result of a second-round matchup between (4) Maryland and James Madison on Sunday (May 12) at 12:30 p.m. If Maryland wins, the quarterfinal will be held in College Park, Md. A James Madison win would see the Cavaliers host the Dukes at Klöckner Stadium.
  • Virginia has not reached the NCAA quarterfinals since 2019.