UVa in the ACC Tournament
Year Opponent Score Site Round UVa Scorers
1987 North Carolina L, 0-3 N1 SF none
1988 N.C. State (2ot) T, 0-0 N2 SF none*
North Carolina W, 2-1 N2 F Fallon, Yorks
1989 Duke L, 0-1 A SF none
1990 North Carolina W, 3-0 N1 QF Brannan, Crawley, Kelderman
Wake Forest (2ot) T, 0-0 N1 SF none*
N.C. State L, 1-2 N1 F Crawley
1991 North Carolina W, 1-0 A SF Bates
Wake Forest W, 3-1 N3 F Reyna, Champ, Crawley
1992 North Carolina W, 2-0 A SF Silvera, Friends
Clemson W, 4-2 N3 F own goal, Bates, Imler, Friends
1993 Wake Forest W, 4-0 N3 QF Friends 2, Fisher, Wood
Duke W, 1-0 N3 SF Bates
Clemson W, 2-1 N3 F Reyna, Friends
1994 Wake Forest W, 2-0 N2 QF Friends, Wood
Clemson (2ot) T, 2-2 A SF Friends, Silvera No.
Duke W, 1-0 N2 F Fisher
1995 Duke W, 4-1 A SF Feary, Shapowal, Walsh, Prisco
Clemson W, 1-0 N1 F Walsh
1996 Duke (2ot) W, 3-2 H SF Walsh 2, Leonard
Maryland L, 0-2 H F none
1997 North Carolina W, 4-0 N4 QF Leonard, Olsen, West, Albright
Wake Forest W, 2-1 N4 SF Albright, Olsen
Maryland W, 2-0 N4 F Olsen 2
1998 N.C. State (ot) W, 4-0 N5 QF Green, Albright, Trout, Bush
Duke (ot) L, 1-3 N5 SF Bush
1999 Maryland W, 2-0 N5 QF Trout, Barnes
Wake Forest W, 2-1 N5 SF Trout 2
Duke (3ot) L, 2-1 N5 F Martino
2000 N.C. State W, 1-0 N5 QF own goal
Duke W, 3-0 N5 SF Cole, Gibbs 2
North Carolina (ot)L, 1-0 N5 F none
2001 Wake Forest (ot) W, 1-0 N2 SF Martino
Clemson L, 1-0 N2 F none
2002 Duke W, 4-1 N6 QF Kelly, Gibbs, Eskandarian 2
Wake Forest W, 1-0 N6 SF own goal
Maryland L, 3-0 N6 F none
2003 Clemson T, 0-0 N6 QF none+
Wake Forest W, 1-0 N6 SF own goal
Maryland T, 1-1 N6 F Hartman^
2004 Duke W, 3-1 N6 QF Hartman, Freeman, Littlefield
Wake Forest W, 2-1 N6 SF Cristman, Littlefield
Maryland W, 2-1 N6 F Cristman, Barlow
2005 Clemson L, 4-1 N6 QF Reyering
2006 Clemson W, 2-0 N7 QF Reyering, Cristman
Wake Forest (2ot) T, 0-0 N7 SF none&
2007 NC State W, 4-1 N6 1st Tierney 2, Villanueva, Mitchell
Boston College L, 0-1 N6 QF none
2008 Duke W, 4-2 N6 QF Poole 2, Ownby 2
Wake Forest W, 3-2 N6 SF Villanueva, Neinken, Poole
Maryland L, 0-1 N6 F none
2009 Maryland W, 1-0 N6 QF Tchani
Wake Forest T, 0-0 N6 SF none %
NC State W, 1-0 N6 F Bates
2010 Wake Forest W, 1-0 N6 QF Jumper
Maryland L, 0-2 N6 SF none
2011 Wake Forest (2ot) W, 4-3 H QF Span 2, Jumper, Ownby
North Carolina (ot)L, 0-1 N6 SF none
2012 Wake Forest (2ot) T, 2-2 A QF Carroll, Bird @
North Carolina(2ot)T, 0-0 N6 SF none !
2013 Wake Forest (ot) W, 1-0 A QF Wharton
Notre Dame (2ot) T, 3-3 N7 SF Wharton, Salandy-Defour, Corriveau#
Maryland L, 0-1 N7 F none
2014 Virginia Tech W, 1-0 H 1st Wharton
Notre Dame L, 0-3 A QF none
2015 Notre Dame L, 0-1 A QF none
All-Time ACC Tournament Record: 38-16-10
* Virginia advanced with a 4-2 margin in the penalty kick shootout.
+ Virginia advanced with a 3-1 margin in the penalty kick shootout
^ Virginia claimed the ACC title after nine rounds of penalty kicks.
& Wake Forest advanced with a 4-3 margin in the penalty kick shootout.
% Virginia advanced with a 5-4 margin in the penalty kick shootout.
@ Virginia advanced with a 5-3 margin in the penalty kick shootout.
! North Carolina advanced with a 4-3 margin in the penalty kick shootout.
# Virginia advanced with a 4-3 margin in the penalty kick shootout.
Key to neutral sites: N1--Durham, N.C.; N2--Clemson, S.C.; N3--Chapel Hill, N.C..; N4--Kissimmee, Fla.; N5--Winston-Salem, N.C.; N6--Cary, N.C; N7--Germantown, Md.
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