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Feb. 1, 2018

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The Cavaliers started the game 0-of-3 shooting and then converted seven-straight field goal attempts.

Louisville started the game on an 8-0 run, with Virginia coming back to tie it 13-13 on a jumper from Brianna Tinsley with 1:52 remaining in the first quarter, the first of five ties and two lead changes in the first half

Louisville mounted a 16-0 run in the third quarter and an 18-2 run in the fourth

Louisville outscored the Cavaliers 46-14 in the second half after the score was 31-27 at the break

The 36 points was the largest margin of defeat of the year for the Cavaliers

41 points was the fewest scored by the Cavaliers since scoring 41 against Louisville during the 2015-16 season (1/14/16)

Felicia Aiyeotan scored eight points in the first quarter

Aiyeotan finished the game with a team-high seven rebounds

Aliyah Huland El scored the 1,000 point of her career at the free throw line with 20 seconds remaining. She is the 33rd player in program history to score 1,000 points in her Cavalier career

Huland El led the team in scoring with nine points. It was her fifth straight game of leading the team in scoring or being tied for the team lead in scoring

This was the second time this season that no Cavalier players finished the game with double-digit points. Other occurrence: vs Dayton (11/19/17)

Huland El tied her career high with three blocked shots

Virginia went 3-of-14 from three-point range. J’Kyra Brown was 2-of-3 from three

Virginia went 17-of-49 (34.7 percent); Louisville shot 45.1 percent (32-of-71)

Virginia committed 22 turnovers, Louisville eight. The Cardinals scored 20 points off miscues, UVA four

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