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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (7-10, 1-3 ACC) travels to face No. 4 Louisville (15-1, 3-1 ACC) on Thursday, January 17 at 7 p.m. at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky.
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.) went 3-for-3 from three-point range against NC State, moving her into the nation’s lead in three-point shooting percentage. Willoughby is now making 50.7 percent of her attempts, the top shooting percentage in the nation through games of last weekend
  • Willoughby is 9-of-16 (56.3 percent) from three-point range in the Cavaliers four conference games
  • Willoughby has made two or more three-point baskets in each of the last seven games
  • Willoughby, who had 15 points against NC State, has scored in double figures in eight of the last nine games, with two 20-point performances in that span
  • The Cavaliers are second in the ACC and 12th in the nation in fewest fouls per game, averaging 13.8. The Cavaliers have not had a player foul out of a game this season
  • Senior forward Mone Jones (Durham, N.C.) scored seven points against NC State, with five of those coming from the free throw line. Jones went 5-of-6 from the stripe
  • Jones has only missed two free throws in the last seven games (dating back to Dec. 20 vs. Alabama)
  • Coming into the season, Jones was 38-of-51 for her career (74.5 percent). She only had four free throw attempts in 15 games last season
  • Sophomore guard Brianna Tinsley (Madison, Va.) is 12-of-13 from the free throw line in conference games this season (92.3 percent),and has made her last eight attempts
  • Junior forward Lisa Jablonowski (Ernster, Luxembourg) is 10-of-18 (55.6 percent) from the field in conference games
  • Jablonowski is shooting 50.6 percent (40-of-79) from inside the arc this season
  • Junior center Felicia Aiyeotan (Lagos, Nigeria) missed 11 games with a knee injury, returning to action against Virginia Tech. She played nine minutes against the Hokies and increased that to 15 minutes on the court against NC State. Before sustaining her injury, Aiyeotan was leading the conference in blocked shots (11; 3.6 per game) and was averaging 12.7 rebounds per game and 7.3 points, which included a 16-rebound performance against Mississippi State

ACC Rankings

  • Virginia is fourth in the ACC in blocked shots at 4.4 per game
  • Virginia is fourth in the conference in free throw shooting percentage (75.8 percent)
  • Moné Jones is 10th in free throw shooting percentage at 84.0 percent (31-of-36)
  • Jocelyn Willoughby leads the conference in three-point shooting percentage, making 50.7 percent of her attempts (35-of-69) and is 12th in three-pointers made, averaging 2.1 per game
  • Willoughby is tied for 10th in rebounding, averaging 7.8 per game
  • Junior guard Dominique Toussaint (Staten Island, N.Y.) is 15th in assists, averaging 3.4 per game
  • Toussaint is third in minutes played, averaging 35.1 per game

Last Time Out

  • The Cavaliers suffered a 66-38 loss to No. 8 NC State
  • The Cavaliers were led by a 15-point performance from Jocelyn Willoughby, who also paced the Cavaliers in rebounding with eight
  • Virginia shot 23.1 percent (12-of-52) while the Wolfpack shot 40.9 percent (27-of-66)
  • NC State held a 48-33 edge in rebounding
  • NC State opened the game on an 11-2 run and never looked back, building up a 31-15 advantage at halftime. After falling behind by 28 points with three minutes remaining in the third quarter, Virginia made a charge with freshman guard Erica Martinsen (Clarence, N.Y.) hitting a three pointer late in the third. An and-one from Willoughby to start the fourth followed by a fastbreak layup and a three-pointer from Dominqiue Toussaint cut the deficit down to 19, but NC State outscored the Cavaliers 17-8 in the final seven minutes of the game

Scouting Louisville

  • Louisville, a Final Four team last season, is 15-1 this season, its only loss coming last week in the 1-vs-2 showdown with Notre Dame (L, 82-68)
  • The Cardinals are second in the conference in scoring, averaging 81.4 points per game with the second-best shooting percentage in the ACC, making 48.3 percent of their attempts (ranking 10th in the nation)
  • Asia Durr is averaging 21.4 points per game (ranking 12th in the country). The consensus 2018 First Team All-American has 11 career 30-point games and 46 career 20-point games, including scoring 29 against Notre Dame this season
  • Virginia women’s basketball’s assistant director of operations, Jimmy Yu, is a 2016 Louisville graduate and worked as the head student manager for the Cardinals for two years
  • Virginia is 2-7 all-time against Louisville and 1-6 in ACC contests
  • Virginia’s lone conference victory came on March 1, 2015 when the Cavaliers upset then-No. 8 Cardinals 75-59 in the regular-season finale at John Paul Jones Arena, finishing the game on a 28-10 run

On the Horizon

  • The Cavaliers have a bye this Sunday before traveling to take on Pitt (9-8, 0-3 ACC)
  • Virginia returns home to host Wake Forest on Sunday, January 27 at 3 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