CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (14-5, 3-5 ACC) travels to play at No. 7 Notre Dame (15-2, 6-1 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 22 at 2 p.m.


  • The game will be broadcast on the ACC Network and stream online on ACCNX through the ESPN app. It is available through participating TV providers that carry ACC Network
  • All of the 2022-23 Virginia women’s basketball games are available locally on the radio on NewsRadio 1070 AM and 98.9 FM WINA
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  • At 14-5 this season, the Cavaliers are tied with UIC for the largest increase in total wins last season [Virginia (+9), UIC (+9), Illinois (+8), ETSU (+8), and Butler (+6)]
  • The game against Notre Dame will be Virginia’s third game against a top-10 team in its last six contests and fourth time playing a ranked opponent in that same span. Virginia’s last three road games have been at top-10 opponents
  • Camryn Taylor comes into the game with 999 career points, looking to become the second UVA player this season to cross the 1,000-point threshold. Taylor scored 598 of those points at Marquette
  • Taylor is also 16 rebounds shy of reaching 500 in her career with 297 of those coming at Marquette
  • Taylor had her second double-double of the year, eighth of her career, on Thursday against Florida State, with 18 points and 10 rebounds
  • Taylor did not go to the free throw line against Florida State, scoring all 18 of her points on field goal attempts. She was 9-of-18 shooting after going 7-of-9 from the field against Boston College
  • In the last five games, Taylor is averaging 15.6 points per game with four double-digit scoring efforts
  • Virginia followed up its 27-of-28 from the free throw line performance against Boston College last Sunday by going 7-of-8 against Florida State. In the last two games, UVA is shooting 94.4 percent (34-of-36)
  • The only free throw miss in the Florida State game was by London Clarkson, who set the school’s single-game free throw efficiency record against BC with a 14-of-14 shooting day. Clarkson was 1-of-2 from the stripe against FSU, but was 5-of-6 from the field
  • In the last two games, Clarkson is 7-of-9 from the field with back-to-back double-digit scoring games (18 against BC and 11 against FSU)
  • Virginia blocked 13 shots in the Florida State game, two shy of the UVA single-game record of 15 set in 1996. Brunelle had a career-best five blocked shots
  • The Cavaliers blocked nine shots against BC. The two performances have helped raise the season average to 4.9 per game, ranking fourth in the ACC and 24th in the nation
  • Virginia is ninth in the nation (second in the ACC) in rebounds per game at 44.8 and 13th in the nation (second in the ACC) in rebounding margin at +9.7
  • The Cavaliers are 10th in the nation and lead the ACC in three-point percentage defense, holding opponents to 25.1 percent shooting from beyond the arc
  • The Cavaliers rank second in the ACC and 19th in the nation field goal percentage defense, holding opponents to 35.1 percent shooting


  • Notre Dame’s only losses this season have come against Maryland and at North Carolina. They are coming off a 57-54 victory at Clemson on Thursday
  • Olivia Miles ranks fifth in the nation in assists per game. She is also sixth in the ACC in scoring at 15.8 points per game and eighth in the ACC in rebounding at 7.5 per game
  • Dara Mabrey is averaging 1.9 made threes per game
  • Notre Dame leads the all-time series, 9-3
  • This is the first meeting between the two teams since 2020. They did not play last year as UVA forfeited the game. In 2021, UVA canceled its season prior to the scheduled contest.
  • In the last meeting, UVA shocked the Irish with a 90-60 victory at John Paul Jones Arena on Jan. 26, 2020. Virginia led wire-to-wire, building up a 24-point lead at the half and increasing the advantage for its largest margin of victory that year. Carole Miller, then a freshman, scored 18 points in that game. Sam Brunelle had 21 to lead Notre Dame


  • The Cavaliers play at Syracuse (13-6, 4-4 ACC) on Thursday, Jan. 26 before returning home to host No. 12 Virginia Tech (15-3, 5-3 ACC) on Sunday, Jan. 29 at 6 p.m.