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Enong Stovall is a sophomore forward from Philadelphia, Pa., on the women’s basketball team. She is averaging 5.3 points and 4.1 rebounds per game in her sixth man’ role. At 17-5, the squad is off to its best start since the 2004-05 season.

Who is the most famous person you’ve ever met?
Enong Stovall:
I’ve met a lot of famous people. Chamique Holdsclaw, Allen Iverson. Everybody on the [Philadelphia] Sixers team. Joey Galloway. Carmelo Anthony.

If you could be on any reality television show, which would you want to be on?
: Real World/Road Rules Challenge.

What is your favorite sport besides basketball?

What is your favorite food?
: Baked macaroni and cheese, but I love food. All foods.

What is something you’re an expert on and could teach a class?
: Cooking.

Which teammate makes you laugh the most?
: It would be between Abby [Robertson] and Monica [Wright].

If you could trade places with one UVa athlete for a day who would you choose?
Somdev Devvarman from the men’s tennis team. I like tennis and he’s great at it. I would want to go to practice and see how good I was.

What has been your most memorable basketball game?
When I was 13, Abby and I went to France to represent our age group for the USA. We won a gold medal.

What is your favorite saying?
: “Pregame’s at U-Hall.”

What’s your favorite play during a game?
l: The play that’s an alley oop pass for Monica.

What is the best concert you’ve ever been to?
The Ladies First Tour. Beyonce in Philadelphia.

When you’re not in Philadelphia, what do you miss the most about it?
: What I miss about Philadelphia is that no matter where you are in the city, everyone is very social with strangers. I also miss South Street, cheesesteaks, pretzels and water ice.

Your brother, Maurice, plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Are you guys competitive with each other?
: We’re not competitive with each other at all. We’re best friends.

If you were writing your own bio, how would you describe your game?
I’m more of a defensive player for sure. I just play and don’t try to think about it too much. I’d agree with Coach Ryan that I’m “Just Philly.”

Would you rather make the game-winning shot or make the game-saving defensive play?
I’d rather make a steal to end the game, because I wouldn’t want to be the person who let the other team score to win the game.

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