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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (6-9, 0-2 ACC) hosts Virginia Tech (13-2, 0-2 ACC) on Thursday, January 10 at 7 p.m. at John Paul Jones Arena.
Broadcast Information

  • The game will stream on ACC Network Extra, which is available to authenticated subscribers of ESPN3 through WatchESPN and the ESPN app
  • All of the 2018-19 Virginia women’s basketball games – home and away – are available locally on the radio on NewsRadio 1070 AM and 98.9 FM WINA and on AM 910 WRNL in Richmond
  • Fans can also keep up with the action through live stats on

Noting the Cavaliers

  • Junior Jocelyn Willoughby (East Orange, N.J.) is third in the ACC and eighth in the nation in three-point shooting, making 48.4 percent of her attempts
  • Willoughby grabbed the 500th rebound of her career with 5:56 remaining in the third quarter of the Clemson game. She leads the team in rebounding at 7.9 per game. She also led the team in rebounding as a freshman when she averaged 6.2 per game
  • Willoughby has scored in double figures in six of the last seven games, with two 20-point performances in that span
  • Senior forward Mone Jones (Durham, N.C.) had back-to-back games with double-digit scoring for the first time in her career, with a career-best 12 points against Florida State and 10 at Clemson
  • Sophomore guard Brianna Tinsley (Madison, Va.) is averaging 13.3 points per game in her last three games, including scoring 19 against Florida State
  • Junior guard Dominique Toussaint (Staten Island, N.Y.) has scored in double figures in four of the last five games
  • The Cavaliers have two players averaging in double figures for the season, Willoughby (12.9) and Toussaint (11.1), but have four players scoring in double figures in ACC contests: Willoughby (14.5), Tinsley (14.0), Jones (11.0) and Toussaint (10)
  • Junior forward Lisa Jablonowski (Ernster, Luxembourg) is averaging 11.6 point per game in the last three games, including a 17-point performance against Charlotte. Jablonowski is shooting 68.4 percent (13-of-19) from the field in that same span
  • Jablonowski has seven steals in the last three games. She had nine steals in the first 13 games
  • In the last six games, five different players have led the team in scoring, with only Toussaint repeating as the game-high scorer in that span
  • Virginia is 21st in the nation and third in the ACC for fewest fouls per game, averaging just 14.0 per contest. Not a single Cavalier has fouled out of a game this season
  • The Cavaliers scored a season-best 23 second-chance points at Clemson (off 19 offensive rebounds). The team scored a season-high 28 points in the paint against Florida State

ACC Rankings

  • Virginia is fourth in the ACC in blocked shots at 4.5 per game
  • Virginia is fifth in the conference in free throw shooting percentage (74.7 percent)
  • Moné Jones is 11th in free throw shooting percentage at 84.2 percent (31-of-36)
  • Jocelyn Willoughby is third in three-point shooting percentage, making 48.4 percent of her attempts (30-of-62) and is 13th in three-pointers made, averaging 2.0 per game
  • Willoughby is tied for ninth in rebounding, averaging 7.9 per game
  • Dominique Toussaint is 13th in assists, averaging 3.7 per game
  • Toussaint is fifth in minutes played, averaging 34.7 per game

Last Time Out

  • Virginia dropped to 0-2 in ACC play with a 71-65 loss at Clemson
  • The Cavaliers had four players finish the game in double figures, led by Dominique Toussaint with 16 points and Jocelyn Willoughby with 15. Willoughby also led the defensive efforts with nine rebounds
  • Virginia shot 37.9 percent (22-of-58) while Clemson shot 46.7 percent (28-of-60). Virginia held a 38-34 edge in rebounding
  • Virginia took a 56-54 lead into the fourth quarter, but the Tigers outscored the Cavaliers 11-3 in the final three minutes of play to pick up their first conference win
  • There were five lead changes and seven ties in the game. Virginia’s largest lead was a 7-point advantage in the first quarter (13-6); Clemson’s biggest lead was 6 in the second (28-22) until it built up a seven-point lead in the fourth quarter
  • Virginia led for 25:23 of the game; Clemson led for 8:36, including the final 2:10 of the game
  • Clemson outscored Virginia 19-7 in the fourth quarter

Commonwealth Clash

  • There is a half-point at stake on Thursday in the Virginia529 Commonwealth Clash
  • The Commonwealth Clash presented by Virginia529 is a head-to-head, points-based competition between the athletic teams at University of Virginia and Virginia Tech.The Commonwealth Clash encourages a friendly, statewide rivalry between the two schools across all school-sponsored sports with 21 individual event points on the line.The school that accumulates 11 points or more will be crowned the winner and take home the Virginia529 Commonwealth Clash trophy.Visit for more information
  • Virginia Tech currently leads this year’s challenge, 4-2

Scouting Virginia Tech

  • Virginia Tech is receiving votes in the Associated Press poll
  • Virginia Tech went 13-0 in the non-conference portion of the schedule, but have started ACC play 0-2, including an overtime loss to No. 14 Syracuse
  • The Hokies lead the ACC in scoring defense, allowing just 55.8 points per game, and are second in field goal percentage defense, with opponents making just 34.3 percent of their shots
  • Virginia Tech is second in three-point shooting, making 37.9 percent of its attempts and draining 9.3 treys per game. Dara Mabrey is making 48.6 percent of her attempts, averaging 2.3 made-threes per game
  • Taylor Emery is third in the conference in scoring, averaging 18.5 ppg
  • Regan Magarity leads the conference in rebounding, averaging 13.3 per contest. Magarity is also averaging 14.0 points per game
  • Virginia holds a 49-12 advantage in the all-time series and has won 22 of the last 24 meetings
  • Virginia Tech swept the 2016 series
  • Virginia won both meetings last season, 61-52 at JPJ and 64-62 in Blacksburg
  • The two teams will play again in Blacksburg on Thursday, Feb. 28

On the Horizon

  • The Cavaliers close out the current homestand by hosting No. 8 NC State on Sunday, January 13 at 2 p.m.
  • New this year for all regular-season home games, available reserved single-game tickets can be purchased for $8 in advance, online and via mobile devices, or for $10 at the John Paul Jones ticket office on game day. General admission single-game tickets are $5 in advance, online and via mobile devices or $8 at the John Paul Jones ticket office on game day. Courtside seats are $15