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March 19, 2018

Recap | Final Stats

The Cavaliers end the season with a 19-14 record

There were seven lead changes and six ties in the first half. Virginia led for 5:26 of the first quarter.

The Cavaliers had a 2-of-17 cold-shooting stretch spanning the first and second quarters snapped by a three from Toussaint with 6:24 remaining in the half

Virginia’s largest lead was a three-point margin, 12-9, after J’Kyra Brown hit a three pointer in the first quarter

Brown’s three in the first quarter extended her streak to 27 straight games in which she has made at least one three-pointer this season.

Brown hit three three-pointers in the third quarter and scored 11 of Virginia’s 15 points

The Gamecocks led by 12, 42-30, with 5:38 remaining in the third quarter, but the Cavaliers narrowed the gap to six, 46-40, at the end of the period

Toussaint and Brown finished the game with 16 points apiece; Toussaint also had four assists and four rebounds

Jocelyn Willoughby had a team-high seven rebounds

Aliyah Huland El finishes her career with 1,076 points, ranked 27th in program history. She finishes with 137 three-pointers, tied for seventh in the UVA career record book

Lauren Moses finishes her career with 1,046 points, ranking 30th in program history. She finishes 8th in program history in blocked shots with 103

Brown finished her collegiate career with 950 career points in her collegiate career between ECU and Virginia, scoring 766 as a Cavalier

Felicia Aiyeotan finished the season with 69 blocked shots, fourth highest single-season total in program history

This was the Cavaliers their first appearance in the NCAA Tournament since 2010 and their 25th overall appearance in the championship.

The Cavaliers are 12-6 in NCAA Tournament Second Round games

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