CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (0-4, 0-1 ACC) plays at Florida State (1-0, 0-0 ACC) on Sunday, Dec. 13 at 1 p.m. at the Tucker Center in Tallahassee, Fla.


  • The game will be broadcast on the ACC Regional Sports Networks and will stream online on ACCNX only for those limited markets in which the game will not be airing on television. To find your local channel, click here
  • All of the 2020-21 Virginia women’s basketball games – regular-season and post-season – 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 is coming off a 71-55 loss to Clemson on Thursday (Dec. 10) in its ACC opener
  • For the third-straight game, UVA chipped away at a big deficit but came up short of victory. The Tigers led by 18 points in the second period, a deficit UVA whittled down to seven in the fourth quarter. Against JMU (Dec. 3), the Dukes led by 17 in the third period and 13 in the fourth with the Cavaliers making it a three-point game late in the fourth quarter. Against ECU (Nov. 29), the Cavaliers were in a 21-point hole in the second quarter, coming back to tie the game in the final minute before losing on a three-pointer in the final seconds of the game
  • After going 0-of-9 from three-point range in the first game of the year at UCF and 2-of-9 against ECU for a 2-of-18 combined start, UVA is a combined 12-of-28 (42.8 percent) in the last two games from long range
  • Redshirt sophomore guard Amandine Toi (Paris, France) scored a career-high 23 points against Clemson. After scoring zero points in the opener, Toi was one point shy of her previous career high with 12 against ECU and then had 17 and 23 point performances against JMU and Clemson
  • Toi now leads the team in scoring, averaging 13.0 points per game
  • Toi’s 23 points was the first 20-point game by a Cavalier this season
  • Toi is 10-of-24 from three-point range this year (41.7 percent), ranking ninth in the conference in efficiency
  • Sophomore forward Meg Jefferson (Sydney, Australia), whose status is still day-to-day, leads the ACC and through the end of Friday’s games, ranks seventh in the NCAA in shooting percentage at 73.3 percent (17-of-22)
  • Jefferson is second on the team in scoring, averaging 12.7 points per game. She scored a career-high 16 points on Sunday against ECU. Last season, Jefferson scored a total of 17 points in her 15 appearances
  • Graduate student and Charlottesville native Emily Maupin (Charlottesville, Va.) made her first UVA start against JMU. Maupin started all 30 games for Elon in 2018-19, before transferring and sitting out at Liberty last season. Maupin leads the team in rebounding, averaging 6.0 per game
  • Freshman guard Kaydan Lawson (Cleveland, Ohio) is getting to the free throw line more than anyone else on the team, and also leads the Cavaliers in free throw shooting percentage. She is 11-of-13 from the stripe, making 84.6 percent of her attempts


  • Sunday’s game is the ACC opener for the Seminoles and just their second game of the season
  • With Head Coach Sue Semrau taking a leave of absence this season to assist in her mother’s fight against cancer, Brooke Wyckoff, a 10-year assistant and associate head coach for Florida State, is serving as interim head coach
  • Florida State was predicted sixth by the ACC’s Blue Ribbon Panel and eighth by the league’s head coaches in the annual ACC predicted order of finish
  • FSU defeated in-state rival Florida 81-75 in its lone game this season. Morgan Jones led the team with a career-high of 24 points. Valencia Myers had a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 35-18 with the Seminoles winning six of the last seven match-ups


  • Virginia has one road game remaining on the schedule before breaking for the holidays, playing at Virginia Tech next Sunday (Dec. 20), airing on the ACC Network
  • The Cavaliers return to John Paul Jones Arena on Sunday, Jan. 3 to host No. 2 Louisville