CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia women’s basketball team hosts Pitt-Johnstown, a Division II program, in an exhibition game on Thursday (Nov. 2). Tipoff from John Paul Jones Arena is set for 6 p.m.
Admission is free to the public and all seating will be general admission.
- There will not be a live stream or radio broadcast of the game.
Clear Bag Policy
- Virginia’s clear bag policy will be in effect for Thursday’s exhibition.
2023-24 Virginia Women’s Basketball Ticket Information
- Season tickets are on sale, with general admission tickets available for $50 each and reserved seats for $80 each. Faculty and staff receive a 20-percent discount on as many as four tickets.
- Single-game, group and Pick 4 Mini Plan tickets are on sale. Single-game general admission tickets are $8 or $10 each depending on the game and reserved seats are $12 or $15. The Pick 4 Mini Plan allows fans to choose two games from the following: Oklahoma, Duke, Notre Dame, North Carolina, or Virginia Tech and two games from the rest of the schedule. Mini plan packages start at $25 per person.
- Tickets to Virginia athletics events can be purchased online at UVATix.com. In-person or telephone purchases can be made by calling 1-800-542-UVA1 (8821) or locally at 434-924-UVA1 (8821) or in-person at the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium.
Noting The Cavaliers
- This season, Virginia returns eight players from last year’s squad, including All-ACC second-team selection Camryn Taylor and 2024 Katrina McClain Watch List (nation’s top power forward) selection Sam Brunelle.
- First-years Kymora Johnson, Olivia McGhee and Edessa Noyan make up the nation’s No. 13 recruiting class. In addition to Brunelle, both Johnson and McGhee are natives of the Charlottesville area, while Noyan hails from Sweden. Johnson was also a two-time Gatorade Virginia Girls Basketball Player of the Year while attending St. Anne’s-Belfield.
- In addition to its freshman class, UVA signed three players from the transfer portal this offseason in guards Paris Clark (Arizona) and Jillian Brown (Northwestern), and 6-7 center Taylor Lauterbach (K-State).
- Brunelle, Clark and Johnson were all McDonald’s High School All-Americans. Clark was ranked the nation’s No. 33 transfer this offseason according to ESPN.com.
- This year, the Cavaliers were selected to compete at the Cayman Islands Classic, where they will take on Tulane (Nov. 24) and reigning NCAA champion LSU (Nov. 25).
- Last year, Virginia garnered its first national ranking – No. 25 in the USA Today Coaches Poll – since the 2011-12 season.
- The Cavaliers kicked off their 2022-23 campaign by winning their first 12 games, the best start in program history (through 12 games) since the 1994-95 season.
On The Horizon
- UVA opens its 2023-24 campaign next Wednesday (Nov. 8), when the Cavaliers host Maryland Eastern Shore.
- Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. on ACC Network Extra (ACCNX).