The top-ranked Virginia women's soccer team improves to 9-0 as the Cavaliers win 3-1 at Pittsburgh.
"You always have to feel good about getting a result on the road in this league," said head coach Steve Swanson. "Give Pitt a lot of credit, they played very hard and were very determined in the final third."
Makenzy Doniak scored twice while Morgan Brian netted a goal and an assist.
The Wahoos outshot the Panthers 37-3 and had a 13-0 corner kick advantage, setting season highs in both categories.
UVa will play at Duke Thursday in Durham.
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