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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (8-13, 2-6 ACC) travels to take on No. 23 Miami (18-5, 6-2 ACC) on Sunday, February 3 at 1 p.m. in Coral Gables, Fla.
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
  • Fans can also keep up with the action through live stats on

Noting the Cavaliers

  • The Cavaliers are coming off a 72-68 loss at No.18 Syracuse on Thursday evening 
  • It was UVA’s fourth-highest offensive output of the season
  • Both junior guard Jocelyn Willoughby (East Orange, N.J.) and sophomore guard Brianna Tinsley (Madison, Va.) matched career highs in scoring against Syracuse
  • Willoughby, the only Cavalier player to top 20 points in a game this season, did so for the third time with a 25-point performance. After an uncharacteristic two-point performance at Louisville (taking only five shots in the game), Willoughby is averaging 17.3 points per game in the three games since
  • Willoughby was 11-of-13 from the free throw line at Syracuse. In her last three games, she is 21-of-24 (87.5 percent)
  • Only two ACC players have made more than 11 free throws in a game this season with FSU’s Nicki Ekhomu and Notre Dame’s Arike Ogunbowale each making 12 in a game this year
  • Tinsley had her third 19-point game of the season against Syracuse. Tinsley snapped a 3-of-27 three-point shooting cold snap by going 4-of-8 from long range against the Orange
  • Tinsley made six field goals with five assists at Syracuse, scoring or assisting on 11 of Virginia’s 22 buckets in the game
  • Sophomore guard Khyasia Caldwell (Pocono Summit, Pa.) made her third career start at Syracuse. Caldwell has played 20 or more minutes in three of the last four games
  • Junior forward Lisa Jablonowski (Ernster, Luxembourg) scored 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting at Syracuse. It was her fifth double-digit scoring game of the season. Jablonowski averaged 2.3 points per game in her first two seasons at UVA, but is averaging 6.3 this year. She also averaged 2.7 rebounds per game in her first two seasons and is averaging 6.0 this year
  • Both Willoughby and fellow junior guard Dominique Toussaint (Staten Island, N.Y.) are closing in on 1,000 career points. Toussaint is at 916 and Willoughby is at 912
  • Virginia is one of the least penalized teams in the nation, averaging 13.8 fouls per game which ranks 12th
  • Virginia has played the 13th toughest schedule this season, with games against both Notre Dame and Louisville still remaining

ACC Rankings

  • After the performance on Thursday night at Syracuse, Virginia moved up to third in the conference in free throw shooting percentage (75.5 percent)
  • Virginia is fifth in blocked shots with 4.1 per game
  • Jocelyn Willoughby has moved up to 9th in rebounding, averaging 7.7 per game
  • Moné Jones is eighth in free throw shooting percentage at 82.1 percent (46-of-56)

Last Time Out

  • Virginia fell 72-68 at No. 18 Syracuse
  • Jocelyn Willoughby had her fourth double-double of the year with 25 points and 12 rebounds
  • Virginia shot 37.9 percent (22-of-58) while the Orange shot 42.2 percent (27-of-64). Syracuse held a 39-37 advantage in rebounding
  • The game had six ties and four lead changes in the first 15 minutes, but Syracuse closed out the first half on a 10-2 run to take a 35-30 lead into the break. The Cavaliers pulled to within two, 40-38, on a layup from senior forward Mone Jones (Durham, N.C.) with 7:11 remaining in the third quarter, but the Orange built back up an eight-point lead, 52-44, four minutes later. The Cavaliers again chipped away at the deficit, pulling to within one on a pair of Willoughby free throws, but Mangakahia hit a three to put the Orange up 55-51 heading into the fourth quarter. The Cavaliers tied the game, 68-68, on a second-chance bucket by Willoughby with 1:28 remaining. Syracuse retook the lead, 70-68, after drawing a foul on a putback attempt and making the subsequent free throws. After the Cavaliers missed a three on their next possession, the Orange made two free throws on the opposite end to take a 72-68 lead. The Cavaliers took two three-point attempts in the final eight seconds, but missed both
  • Brianna Tinsley was 4-of-8 from three-point range. The rest of the team combined to shoot 1-of-12 from long range
  • Virginia was 19-of-23 from the free throw line (82.6 percent). Syracuse was 9-of-11 from the stripe (81.8 percent)

Scouting Miami

  • Miami is the top team receiving votes just outside the top-25 in the AP poll and is No. 23 in the coaches’ poll
  • Miami had won four-straight games, including road wins at Duke (58-50) and then No. 13 Syracuse (84-71), before falling to instate rival No. 24/21 Florida State, 62-58, on Thursday
  • Virginia and Miami both played in the Florida Sunshine Classic tournament in December in Winter Park, Fla., with the Hurricanes picking up victories over Vanderbilt (90-65) and Alabama (101-74)
  • The Hurricanes have four players averaging double figures in scoring, with Beatrice Mompremier averaging a double-double with 15.9 points and 11.8 rebounds per game. Mompremier has 16 double-doubles this season, which ranks third in the nation
  • Mompremier is 12th in the nation and second in the ACC in rebounding. Emese Hof is seventh in the ACC in rebounding, averaging 8.2 per game, giving the Hurricanes two players in the top-10 in the conference
  • Hoff is second in the ACC in blocked shots, averaging 2.1 per game
  • Virginia and Miami are tied 9-9 in the all-time series and 7-7 in ACC contests
  • Miami has won five of the last six meetings. Virginia’s last victory was a 76-56 victory in Charlottesville in 2016

On the Horizon

  • Virginia returns home on Thursday, Feb. 7 to host Boston College at 7 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