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Women’s Basketball Postgame Notes
Virginia 83, Clemson 71
Feb. 21, 2008

Records: Virginia 20-7, 8-3 ACC; Clemson 10-16, 3-8 ACC

Today’s attendance was 2,824

Senior point guard Sharne Zoll became the ACC’s all-time assists leader with seven tonight and 731 for her career. The previous record was 729, set by Dawn Staley from 1989-92.

Zoll also tallied a career-high nine rebounds.

Aisha Mohammed scored a career-high 26 points.

Virginia earned its 20th victory and got to the 20-win mark during the regular-season for the first time since 2000.

Virginia outscored Clemson in the paint, 52-30.

Virginia is 16-2 when scoring at least 70 points.

Virginia improved to 13-3 at home this year.

UVa has won five-straight in the series with Clemson and improved to 34-28 all-time vs. the Tigers.

Prior to the game, Sharne Zoll and Lyndra Littles were honored with commemorative basketballs recognizing them for scoring 1,000-career points this year.

Following the game, head coach Debbie Ryan was recognized for being a member of the Class of 2008 Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.

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