CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team (14-8, 3-8 ACC) travels to face No. 11 North Carolina (16-5, 7-3 ACC) on Thursday, Feb. 2 at 6 p.m. in Chapel Hill, N.C.


  • The game will be televised on the ACC Regional Sports Networks
  • 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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  • The Cavaliers are looking to end a four-game skid
  • This is the second-straight game against a top-12 team after falling 72-60 against No. 12 Virginia Tech on Sunday
  • The Cavaliers were 12-of-13 from the free throw line against the Hokies, their second time shooting better than 90 percent from the stipe in a game this season. In their last three home games, Virginia went 46-of-49 from the stripe (93.8 percent). In the last three road games, UVA is 32-of-47 (68.0 percent)
  • Virginia is second in the ACC and 21st in the nation in rebounding margin +8.1 and third in the ACC and 15th in the nation in rebounds per game at 43.3
  • The Cavaliers are fourth in the ACC and 31st in the nation in three-point shooting percentage defense at 27.4 percent
  • The Cavaliers turned the ball over 13 times against Virginia Tech, their lowest total since committing just seven turnovers at NC State on Jan. 8
  • Camryn Taylor had her second-straight 20-point performance, scoring 22 against Virginia Tech and 20 against Syracuse. She has four 20-point games this season. It is the first back-to-back 20-point games of her career
  • Taylor comes into the game with 499 career rebounds with 297 of those coming at Marquette. Taylor reached the 1,000 career point milestone at Notre Dame on Jan. 22. She scored 598 of those points at Marquette
  • Taylor has moved up to 11th in the ACC in scoring, bringing her season average up to 13.7 points per game
  • London Clarkson came off the bench to score 15 points against Virginia Tech
  • Clarkson has scored in double figures in four of the last five games, including back-to-back games with 16 points at Syracuse
  • Clarkson is averaging 13.6 points per game in the last five games and has raised her season average to 6.6 points per game. She was averaging 4.5 points per game before scoring 18 against Boston College, the start of that five-game stretch
  • Taylor Valladay grabbed a team-high six rebounds against Virginia Tech. It was her first time leading the team in rebounding this season. In the last eight games, eight different Cavaliers have led the team in rebounding (London Clarkson and McKenna Dale tied for the team lead at Notre Dame; Taylor has led the team twice) and nine of the 11 players have paced the team in a game this season


  • North Carolina won the first meeting between the two teams 70-57 two weeks ago in Charlottesville (Jan. 12)
  • The Cavaliers led 57-48 with 6:46 to play following a Carole Miller three-point shot, but were outscored 22-2 the remainder of the fourth quarter. During the Tar Heels’ furious comeback, the Cavaliers turned the ball over eight times. UNC entered the game leading the ACC in turnover margin at +5.5. They finished the game with seven fewer turnovers than UVA (21-14)
  • Junior guards Deja Kelly and Kennedy Todd-Williams led North Carolina with 21 points each. Todd-Williams scored 11 in the final period to set her season high in scoring. Taylor Valladay topped the Cavaliers with 16 points while Sam Brunelle added 15 points, all off of three-point shots, while grabbing a season-high nine rebounds
  • UVA outrebounded UNC by a 48-37 margin
  • North Carolina has won six consecutive games vs. UVA and 29 of the last 32 contests
  • UVA has lost 14 straight road meetings with the Tar Heels. UVA’s last victory in Chapel Hill came on Jan. 11, 2001


  • Virginia closes the week at Pitt on Sunday, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. in a game that will be televised on the ACC Network
  • The Cavaliers return home to host Louisville on Thursday, Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.