CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (CBS19 SPORTS) -- The Virginia women's soccer picked up their first ACC win of the season Sunday afternoon behind a strong attacking effort against Virginia Tech. 

Chloe Japic, Allie Ross and Maggie Cagle all found the back of the net as the Cavaliers picked up their largest win since a 4-1 win against VCU on Sept. 3. 

"We've been playing really well, but we haven't been finishing out chances," UVA women's soccer coach Steve Swanson said after the game. "But today, we did. We got a lot of chances." 

The scoring began in the 10th minute when Japic scored her first goal of her UVA career. In the second half, Ross added to the tally in the 58th minute and Cagle finished off the scoring six minutes later. 

"I think today we finally all clicked as one," Japic said. "That was a 90-minute team."

The Cavaliers are currently on the outside looking in for ACC Tournament later this month, but the team feels like they still have their best soccer ahead of them. 

We have the momentum and we have the skill to beat any team that we want and so we're going to keep working through these weeks and refining our craft and bringing up the quality and we're going to be ready to stick it these next three games."

The team returns to action on Thursday when they host Miami at 7 p.m.