CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (13-4, 2-4 ACC) hosts Boston College (13-6, 3-3 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 15 at 12 p.m., at John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va.


  • 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
  • The game will be airing on the Virginia Sports Radio Network
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  • The Cavaliers have dropped their last three games, all against ranked opponents with road losses at No. 9 Virginia Tech and No. 10 NC State and suffering a 70-59 loss at home on Thursday against No. 22 North Carolina
  • Virginia held a 48-37 edge in rebounding against the Tar Heels
  • Virginia is second in the ACC and 12th in the nation in rebounding margin at +10.9
  • UVA ranks third in the ACC and 11th in the nation in rebounds per game at 45.4
  • The Cavaliers had 16 offensive rebounds in the UNC game, scoring 14 second-chance points. UNC only scored two second-chance points
  • Virginia has grabbed 16 O-boards in each of the last two games and is averaging 15.6 per game
  • The Cavaliers hit nine three-pointers against UNC, the fourth time this season they made nine in a game and the first time since a 9-of-25 performance at Penn State (11/30)
  • The Cavaliers are second in the ACC and 18th in the nation in three-point defense with teams making 25.7 percent of their attempts from beyond the arc. UVA is third in the ACC and 24th in the nation in overall field goal percentage defense, with teams shooting 35.6 percent
  • Sam Brunelle enters the game having scored 995 points in her collegiate career, five shy of reaching the 1,000-point mark. She scored 797 points at Notre Dame and has 198 this season at UVA
  • Brunelle went 5-of-7 from three-point range against the Tar Heels, scoring all fifteen of her points from beyond the arc. It was the fourth time in her career that she made five or more three-pointers in a game. Her best performance was a 7-of-11 performance at Florida State in her freshman season (3/1/20)
  • Brunelle has scored in double figures 12 times this season, including six of the last seven games
  • Brunelle also grabbed nine rebounds, her highest tally of the season. It was the first time she has paced the Cavaliers in rebounding
  • Taylor Valladay has come off the bench in each of the last two games to score in double figures, including scoring a team-high 16 points against UNC. Valladay is averaging 14.5 points per game in her last two
  • Valladay scored in double figures in four of her first five games this season but had only had one another double-digit scoring performance, a 12-point
  • Valladay scored 10 of her 16 points in the first quarter against UNC
  • performance at William & Mary (12/7) prior to scoring 13 at NC State
  • Kaydan Lawson matched her career high with five assists against UNC. She joins Valladay and Carole Miller as UVA players with five or more assists in a game this season. Valladay has reached that mark six times and Miller twice


  • The Eagles have victories over both NC State and Florida State this season, but dropped an 83-73 home game against Syracuse on Thursday
  • The Eagles lead the ACC in forced turnovers at 20.3 per game
  • Tania Mair is fourth in the nation with 7.3 assists per game
  • Maria Gakdeng is averaging 1.6 blocks per game, ranking fourth in the ACC
  • Dontavia Waggoner is eighth in the ACC with 7.7 rebounds per game and leads the team in scoring with 13.7 points per game
  • Virginia leads the all-time series 17-6 and has won eight of the last nine meetings. BC picked up a 65-57 victory last season in Chestnut Hill


  • Virginia closes out its current homestand by hosting Florida State (16-3, 5-1 ACC) on Thursday, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. at John Paul Jones Arena



  • 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