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CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (11-14, 6-8 ACC) travels to play at Duke (15-10, 9-5 ACC) on Thursday, Feb. 20 at 7 p.m. at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C.

  • The game will stream online through ACCNX. ACCNX streams are available through participating TV providers that carry ACCN and can be watched on the ESPN app and through WatchESPN
  • All of the 2019-20 Virginia women’s basketball games – home and away – are available locally on the radio on NewsRadio 1070 AM and 98.9 FM WINA
  • Live stats will also be available for the game


  • Virginia comes into the game having won three of its last four games and four of its last six contests
  • The Cavaliers are coming off a 69-64 victory over Miami. The Cavaliers trailed by 22 points with 5:27 remaining in the second quarter, coming back to take their first lead of the game with 1:46 remaining in the game
  • The Cavaliers had their best free throw shooting performance of the season against Miami, going 22-of-24 (91.7 percent) from the stripe. Virginia has risen to fifth in the ACC with a 73.0 shooting percentage. In the last four games, UVA is 61-of-74 (82.4 percent) from the free throw line
  • Senior guard Jocelyn Willoughby (East Orange, N.J.) leads the ACC in scoring, averaging 19.6 points per game. She is currently ranked No. 18 in the nation in scoring. Only one Cavalier, Monica Wright, has ever finished the year as the conference’s leading scorer. She did so in both her junior (2009) and senior (2010) seasons, averaging 20.5 and 23.7 points per game, respectively
  • Willoughby has moved up to 11th on the UVA career scoring list and has moved up to 8th on the career rebounding list. She needs 31 points to move into the top-10 in scoring in program history
  • Willoughby is second in the ACC in free throw percentage (88.3 percent), ranking 10th in the nation. She was 10-of-10 from the stripe vs Miami
  • Willoughby has six 20-point performances in her last 12 games, including three of the last four games. She leads the ACC with a dozen 20-point games this season
  • Senior guard Dominique Toussaint (Staten Island, N.Y.) has scored in double figures in nine of her last 11 games. After averaging 8.8 points per game through the first 13 games of the season, she has raised her average to 10.6 points per game
  • Toussaint needs four assists to move into the Virginia career top-10 for that stat. She currently has 376 in her career.  With 125 made-threes, she is six treys shy of moving into the top-10 in that statistical category as well
  • Senior forward Lisa Jablonowski (Ernster, Luxembourg) reached the 500 career rebounding milestone in the Miami game. She now has 503 and is averaging 5.2 per game this year
  • Freshman guard Kylie Kornegay Lucas (Camden, Del.) has led the team in rebounding in four of the last six games. She is second on the team in rebounding, averaging 5.5 rebounds per game
  • Freshman guard Shemera Williams (Milwaukee, Wisc.) scored 11 points against Miami. She has scored in double figures in six of the last seven games
  • Williams, who is averaging 10.5 points per game, is vying to be the first UVA freshman to average double-digit points since Mikayla Venson averaged 11.9 points per game in 2014-15


  • The 22 points was the largest comeback since an 82-80 overtime victory at Florida State on January 23, 2004. In that game, the Seminoles had jumped out to a 28-6 lead midway through the first half
  • The only other known 20-point comeback happened on January 12, 1991 at NC State, a triple-overtime thriller that UVA went on to win, 123-120. The Cavaliers trailed the Wolfpack by 20 points with 15 minutes remaining in regulation. Virginia was ranked No. 2 at the time while NC State was No. 3
  • Virginia had three games last season in which they erased a double-digit deficit second-half deficit (each time trailing by 13 or more points), including trailing Virginia Tech by 19 points with 5:54 remaining in the third quarter, only to come back and win 62-58. Virginia also had a 17-point comeback against Virginia Tech in 2014
  • Thank you to Myron Ripley for assisting us in the research of these two notes 


  • This is the second meeting of the year between the two teams. Virginia won the first game, 66-63, in Charlottesville. Virginia went on a 14-0 run between the first and second quarters and converted 11 consecutive field goal attempts to build up a 14-point lead in the first half. Jocelyn Willoughby scored 24 points to lead the Cavaliers. Dominique Toussaint scored 15 points with four assists
  • Duke leads the conference in steals, averaging 10.1 per game, and forced turnovers with 18.36 per game
  • Haley Gorecki is third in the ACC in scoring, averaging 18.2 per game, and third in steals per game at 2.04. Leaonna Oldom is fourth in the conference in field goal shooting percentage (54.6 percent). Odom is 12th in scoring at 14.2 points per game
  • Duke leads the all-time series, 38-33
  • Last season, the Cavaliers snapped a streak of 26-straight losses to the Blue Devils with a 53-47 victory at John Paul Jones Arena. Virginia has won each of the last two meetings including this year’s victory
  • Virginia has dropped its last 13 games played in Durham. Virginia’s last win at Duke was an 86-56 victory over February 19, 1997


  • Virginia finishes the weekend by playing at Virginia Tech in a Commonwealth Clash game on Sunday, Feb. 23 at 2 p.m. in Blacksburg, Va.
  • Virginia will close out the regular season next week with a pair of home games against Pittsburgh (Feb. 27) and No. 10 NC State (Mar. 1)


  • Reserved single-game tickets are $8 if purchased in advance or online and $10 if purchased at the JPJ Box Office. General admission tickets are $5 if purchased in advance or online and $8 if purchased at the JPJ Box Office. Single-game courtside tickets may be purchased for $15
  • For more information or to purchase tickets, fans should contact the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821). Fans can also purchase tickets online at or in-person at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium
  • Ticket packages for the 2020 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament, being held March 4-8 at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, N.C., are on sale now through the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office