CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (13-2, 2-2 ACC) travels to play at No. 10 NC State (12-3, 2-2 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 8 at 3 p.m.


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  • The Cavaliers are receiving votes in the USA Today Coaches Poll
  • Virginia is playing back-to-back games against top-10 opponents after playing at No. 9 Virginia Tech on Thursday night
  • UVA is coming off a 74-66 loss against the No. 9 Hokies. The game was tied at halftime but the Hokies built up an eight-point lead in the third quarter. Virginia shot 50.0 percent in the fourth quarter, going 7-of-14 from the field and scoring 21 points, but the Hokies also shot 50.0 percent in the fourth quarter and held off the UVA comeback attempt
  • Camryn Taylor led the team in scoring with 18 points. It was her first time pacing the Cavaliers in points in a game since the Minnesota game on Nov. 26
  • Taylor leads the team in scoring in conference contests, averaging 11.0 points per game
  • Carole Miller grabbed nine rebounds at Virginia Tech, matching her career high. It was the first time in the last eight games that Mir McLean did not lead the team’s defensive efforts
  • Mir McLean scored 11 points at Virginia Tech, her 11th-straight game scoring in double figures
  • McLean was 5-of-6 shooting on Thursday. In the last five games, she is a combined 26-of-36 from the field (72.2 percent)
  • McLean is third in the ACC in rebounding, averaging 9.5 per game. She leads the conference with 3.9 offensive rebounds per game, ranking 18th in the nation
  • Alexia Smith, who has started the last two games, is averaging 5.7 points per game overall this season but 8.3 points per game in conference contests. She is also shooting 54.2 percent (13-of-24) in ACC games
  • UVA is 13th in the nation and second in the ACC in field goal percentage defesne, limiting opponents to a 34.2 percent field goal shooting efficiency
  • Virginia ranks 12th in the nation and leads the ACC in three-point percentage defense, with opponents shooting 24.7 percent from beyond the arc
  • Virginia has outrebounded 12 of its 14 opponents this season and ranks seventh in the nation (second in the ACC) in rebound margin at +12.1
  • The team is 10th in the nation and second in the ACC with 45.7 rebounds per game


  • The Wolfpack and Cavaliers are among the six teams with 2-2 records in conference play
  • NC State has lost its last two home games, falling 72-58 against Duke and 79-71 against Boston College. Both teams were unranked when they toppled the Wolfpack
  • NC State has been ranked as high as No. 6 this season and has been in the top-10 since the preseason poll
  • NC State leads the ACC in three-point shooting, making 36.8 percent of its attempts (19th in the nation)
  • Diamond Johnson leads the team in scoring, averaging 14.3 points per game overall. Johnson returned to the court against Boston College, scoring 18 points, after missing the four previous games
  • The all-time series is tied 40-40 and 37-37 in ACC contests. The Wolfpack have won the last five meetings. Virginia’s last win in the series was a 73-63 victory in Raleigh on Jan 4, 2018


  • Virginia returns home to host No. 22 North Carolina on Thursday, Jan. 12 at 7 p.m.