CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (2-0, 0-0 ACC) plays its first ACC game on Sunday, Nov. 13, when it hosts Wake Forest (2-0, 0-0 ACC) at 2 p.m. at John Paul Jones Arena.


  • The game will  be televised on the ACC Network and stream online on ACCNX through the ESPN app. It is available through participating TV providers that carry ACCN
  • Live stats be available
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  • Game day information, including the arena’s clear bag policy, can be found HERE


  • New this season, at least one member of the team will be signing autographs post-game in Leonard Sandridge Hall near the main entrance
  • The player or players featured on the front cover of the game program and the game day graphic will be signing autographs that day


  • Wake Forest and Virginia are playing the first ACC game of the 2022-23 campaign of any team. There isn’t another ACC contest until Dec. 7 between Boston College and Virginia Tech. UVA’s next conference contest is Wednesday, Dec. 21 at Duke
  • The Wake Forest/Virginia contest features the conference debuts of two of the league’s four new head coaches: Amaka Agugua-Hamilton and Wake Forest’s Megan Gebbia. Florida State (Brooke Wyckoff) and Syracuse (Felisha Legette-Jack) also have new head coaches this season
  • This is the earliest the Cavaliers have ever played a conference game. The previous earliest was a Nov. 21 contest against Georgia Tech in 1982
  • The Cavaliers opened the season with an 85-59 victory against George Washington on Monday. Virginia trailed by six with 9:18 left in the third quarter but outscored the Colonials 31-9 in the fourth
  • Virginia improved to 2-0 in the Coach Mox era with a 101-49 victory against UMBC on Thursday
  • Senior guard London Clarkson pushed the team over the century mark with a layup with 52 seconds remaining in the game
  • It was the 36th 100-point game in program history and the first since scoring 103 against Central Connecticut State on Nov. 12, 2017
  • The Cavaliers scored 80 points in back-to-back games for the first time since the 2014-15 season when UVA had 100 vs. Delaware State on Dec. 6 and followed that up with 91 vs. Longwood on Dec. 16
  • Virginia had five players score double in each of the first two games. Two players, Camryn Taylor and Sam Brunelle, did so in both games. Eight of Virginia’s 11 players have scored in double figures in a game this season
  • On Monday, all nine players who dressed for the George Washington game scored in the game. On Wednesday, all 11 players on the roster scored and had at least one rebound and one assist against UMBC
  • Virginia is averaging 93.0 points per game with a +40.5 scoring differential. Virginia has averaged fewer than 60 points per game in three of the last four seasons and has finished last in the ACC in scoring in each of the last two seasons. The Cavaliers haven’t averaged more than 65 points per game since 2014-15. The last time the Cavaliers averaged 70 points per game for a season was 2013-14
  • The Cavaliers had 53 rebounds against GW, their first time with 50 rebounds since the 2019-20 season when they had 50 rebounds at Old Dominion (11/24/19)
  • Virginia grabbed 65 rebounds against UMBC, their first time with 60 or more rebounds in a decade since grabbing 63 at Alabama on Dec. 21, 2012
  • Three of the Cavaliers’ newcomers made their debuts against George Washington. Freshman Yonta Vaughn grabbed six rebounds while dishing out four assists. Fellow freshman Cady Pauley hit a three-pointer. Notre Dame transfer Sam Brunelle scored 10 points with five rebounds
  • Alexia Smith, a transfer from Minnesota, made her Cavalier debut against UMBC, grabbing a career-best nine rebounds
  • Senior Camryn Taylor is averaging 18.5 points and 10.0 rebounds per game in the first two games of the season. Taylor was the Cavaliers’ leading scorer last season but only played in 12 games, taking a personal leave of absence from the team after Jan. 13 game against NC State
  • Grad student transfer Sam Brunelle had 13 points in the first half of the UMBC game, finishing with 21. She is averaging 15.5 points per game
  • Brunelle is 4-of-9 from three-point range and shooting 54.2 percent overall (13-of-24)
  • Guard Kaydan Lawson, who scored a career-high 18 points on Monday against GW, is averaging 8.0 rebounds per game


  • The Demon Deacons have limited their opponents to just 51.0 points per game. Additionally, Wake Forest opponents are shooting 35.0 percent from the field and 22.0 percent from behind the arc
  • Megan Gebbia is in her first season as Wake Forest’s head coach. She coached American last season with her Eagles picking up a 69-56 victory against the Cavaliers in Charlottesville
  • Junior Jewell Lloyd was named to the preseason All-ACC team. She was first-team All-ACC last season and a member of the All-ACC Freshman team in 2020-21. She led the league in scoring last year at 18.3 points per game. She is averaging 23.0 points per game through two games this season
  • Junior Demeara Hinds leads the rebounding efforts with 8.5 per game
  • Virginia’s season ended with a 61-52 loss against Wake Forest in the ACC Tournament
  • Virginia leads the series 69-9


  • Virginia will play two road games next week, beginning at Loyola Chicago on Wednesday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. ET and finishing with a Sunday, Nov. 20 2 p.m. contest at American



  • For advance single-game purchases, reserved seats are $12, and general admission tickets are $8. On game day at the box office, reserved seats are $15, and general admission tickets are $10
  • New for the 2022-23 season, fans may purchase discounted ticket packages via a four-game mini plan or group tickets. The four-game mini-plan includes the fans’ choice of any four home games.  Reserved seats are $40 per person, and general admission seats are $24 per person, a savings of up to 25 percent compared to purchasing single-game tickets
  • Group tickets for sizes of 20 or more are on sale for all home games. Reserved seats are $10, and general admission seats are $6. A savings of $2 per ticket compared to single-game ticket prices
  • Season ticket options are still available. Reserved seats are $75, and general admission seats are $50. Full-time faculty & staff are eligible for a 20 percent discount on up to four season tickets. Season tickets are the best option for fans looking for multiple games to secure the best seats at the lowest price per game