Postgame Notes Vs. North Carolina
No. 3 North Carolina 90, Virginia 82
Feb. 15, 2008
Records: Virginia 18-7, 6-3 ACC; No. 3 North Carolina 23-2, 10-0 ACC
Today’s attendance was 5,559, the second-highest total of the year for UVa and third-largest for women’s basketball in John Paul Jones history.
North Carolina has won 11-straight games in the series and improved to 42-31 against UVa all-time.
UVa is 25-9 all-time in John Paul Jones Arena, including a 12-3 mark this season.
Fourth-year Sharne Zoll finished with six assists and now has 713. Zoll needs 16 more helpers to tie former Cavalier Dawn Staley’s all-time mark of 729.
Aisha Mohammed barely missed a double-double with 16 points and nine rebounds.
Lyndra Littles tallied a game-high 22 points, her second-straight 20+ performance.
The Cavaliers last four losses have come to teams ranked in the top four in the nation (No. 1 Connecticut, No. 4 Maryland twice, No. 3 North Carolina).
Virginia travels to Virginia Tech on Sunday for a 2 p.m. game. It will be streamed live on ACC Select.