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March 3, 2016

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The Cavaliers had a stretch in the first quarter of making five-straight shots and 6-of-8 before missing 10 of their final 12 attempts in the period

Faith Randolph and Aliyah Huland El combined to score UVA’s first 15 points, with Randolph scoring seven and Huland El eight, staking the Cavaliers to a 15-8 lead in the first five minutes of the game

Virginia’s largest lead was a 9-point advantage with 2:21 remaining in the first quarter

Duke had a 7-0 run at the end of the first quarter; the Blue Devils also scored seven-straight in the second quarter.

In the third quarter, Virginia hit one field goal in the final 6:09 of the period, with Moses hitting a jumper with six seconds remaining. The Cavaliers were 2-of-15 shooting in the final nine minutes of the period, including missing nine-straight shot attempts

Virginia had three players finish in double figures, with Aliyah Huland El scoring 16 points with a team-high 6 rebounds, and Faith Randolph and Lauren Moses each contributing 11

Moses was 5-of-7 shooting but 1-of-6 from the free throw line

The Cavaliers, who lead the ACC and are 15th in the nation in free throw shooting percentage, were 3-of-10 from the freethrow line, their lowest percentage in a game since going 3-of-12 (25.0 percent) in a game against South Dakota State at the Junkanoo Jam in the Bahamas on Nov. 24, 2006

Mikayla Venson made two three-pointers and is now tied for ninth place with Dawn Staley on the Virginia career three-point list at 131

Debra Ferguson played eight minutes, logging a career-high three blocks, which tied for the highest single-game total for a Cavalier this season. Aliyah Huland El also had three blocked shots. It was the third and fourth times this season a Cavalier blocked three shots in a game

The Cavaliers are 0-3 in ACC Tournament second round games and have fallen in the second round in each of the last three years

Virginia has lost 24-straight matchups against Duke

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