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CHARLOTTESVILLE No. 21 Virginia women’s basketball will host Boston College in a key Atlantic Coast Conference match-up Sunday evening. Tip-off from John Paul Jones Arena is scheduled for 5 p.m., and the game will be streamed live over the Internet by ACC Select. Live audio is available through V Pass and live statistics can be accessed at

Playing in their final regular-season home contest, seniors Lyndra Littles, Kristen London, Britnee Millner and Aisha Mohammed will be honored prior to the game.

Sunday’s game is also Fan Appreciation Night at John Paul Jones Arena. Throughout the game, fans will be selected to receive various Nike prizes courtesy of the women’s basketball team. This night provides the opportunity to thank all of the fans that support the women’s basketball program throughout the year.

Virginia (20-7, 6-5 ACC) is coming off of a hard-fought overtime victory over Miami, 84-75, Thursday night at JPJA. The Cavaliers improved to 14-2 at home this season and head coach Debbie Ryan reached the 20-win mark for the 22nd time in her career.

The Hall of Fame coach’s career record is 695-295, just five wins shy of 700.

Virginia continues to be led offensively by national player of the year candidate Monica Wright, who averages 21.1 points per game, and senior Lyndra Littles, who follows her closely at 20.9 points per game.

Aisha Mohammed, meanwhile, is the only player in the ACC who averages a double-double (13.0 points, 10.1 rebounds per game), and tallied 16 points and 10 boards on Thursday vs. the Hurricanes.

Boston College (18-8, 6-5 ACC) is coming off of a 92-68 setback to North Carolina on Thursday night. The Eagles are led by Mickel Picco (16.3 ppg) and Carolyn Swords (14.7 ppg, 8.9 rpg).

Virginia leads the all-time series with BC, 5-1, including four-straight victories.

Up next, Virginia concludes the regular-season with two road games: Tuesday, Feb. 24 at Florida State (6:30 p.m., RSN) and Sunday, March 1 at Georgia Tech (1 p.m., RSN).

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