CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (0-5, 0-2 ACC) plays at Virginia Tech (6-1, 1-1 ACC) on Sunday, Dec. 20 at 12 p.m. at Cassell Coliseum in Blacksburg, Va.


  • The game will be broadcast on the ACC Network and will stream online on ACCNX. ACCNX streams are available through participating TV providers that carry ACC Network and can be watched on the ESPN app and through WatchESPN
  • 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 69-51 loss at Florida State last Sunday (Dec. 13)
  • The game was tied at halftime, but the Seminoles went on a 26-3 run against the short-handed Cavaliers in the second half
  • Redshirt sophomore guard Amandine Toi (Paris, France) has led the team in scoring in each of the last four games. 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 followed by 18 points at Florida State
  • Toi ranks fifth in the ACC in scoring in conference games at 20.5 points per game
  • Toi is averaging 3.0 three-pointers per game (ranking fourth in the ACC) and is shooting 45.5 percent from beyond the arc (ranking sixth)
  • Toi is 10-of-18 (55.6 percent) from three-point range in the last two games. She missed her first six attempts of the season but since making her first three in the 3rd quarter of the ECU game, Toi is 15-of-27 (55.5 percent) from long range
  • Toi and sophomore guard Carole Miller (Alexandria, Va.) are ranked No. 1 and No. 2 in the ACC in minutes per game at 38.6 and 36.7, respectively
  • Freshman guard Kaydan Lawson (Cleveland, Ohio) made her first collegiate start at Florida State. Virginia has had 10 student-athletes appear in games this season, nine of whom have now made at least one start
  • Lawson leads the team in free throw attempts (18) and free throw percentage (14-of-18, 77.8 percent)
  • Sophomore forward London Clarkson (Pflugerville, Texas), a transfer from Florida State, has received waivers for immediate eligibility from the NCAA and ACC. Her first game will be at Virginia Tech on Dec. 20
  • This is the Cavaliers’ final game of 2020. They will not be back in action again until Sunday, January 3, a two-week break


  • Virginia Tech is receiving votes in the AP poll and is tied for 25th in the USA Today Coaches Poll
  • The Hokies are coming off an 84-78 loss at Notre Dame on Thursday. Point guard Georgia Amoore had a career-best 23 points in the game and center Elizabeth Kitley registered a game-high 25 points and pulled down seven rebounds
  • Virginia Tech leads the ACC in blocked shots (35) and is fourth in per game average (5.8)
  • The Hokies lead the ACC in all offensive three-point shooting categories, ranking fifth in the NCAA in made-threes-per game (11.4)
  • Virginia Tech has made 80 three-pointers in seven games. UVA has made 22 in five games with Amandine Toi accounting for 15 of those
  • UVA leads the all-time series 51-14
  • Virginia has won six of the last eight meetings, including last year’s 86-76 victory in Blacksburg in which UVA The Cavaliers jumped out to a 13-point lead in the first quarter, but the Hokies came back to take a one-point lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter. Virginia shot over seventy percent from the field in the final 10 minutes to outscore Virginia Tech 22-13 and log the 10-point victory
  • This will be the first of two meetings for the teams this year. They will play again in the regular-season finale at John Paul Jones Arena on Sunday, Feb. 28 at 1 p.m.


  • The Cavaliers return to John Paul Jones Arena on Sunday, Jan. 3 to host No. 2 Louisville. That game, which tips at noon, will be televised on the ACC Network