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January 11, 1999

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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – Erin Stovall scored 19 points as No. 22 Virginiadominated the second half to beat North Carolina State 60-46 Monday night.

DeMya Walker scored 11 points and Svetlana Volnaya added 10 for theCavaliers (10-4, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference).

After taking a 27-23 halftime lead, Virginia held the Wolfpack (8-6, 2-3) tojust 27 percent shooting in the second half and never trailed.

Stovall’s 3-pointer with 6:30 remaining gave Virginia it’s biggest lead sofar in the game at 47-37. Then Stovall made another 3-pointer and a layup withless than five minutes to go to increase the lead to 54-38.

With a little over a minute left, Renee Robinson made one of two free throwsto increase the lead to 60-42.

Summer Erb, who had seven points in the second half, and Tynesha Lewis eachscored 13 points for N.C. State.

Virginia outrebounded N.C. State 36-28, and was able to score 16 points offthe Wolfpack’s 13 turnovers. But N.C. State was not able to capitalize onVirginia’s 17 turnovers, scoring only 11 points.

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