CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia (3-1) travels to George Town, Grand Cayman to compete on back-to-back days in the inaugural women’s Cayman Islands Classic. The Cavaliers will challenge Tulane (3-1) on Friday (Nov. 24) at 11 a.m. and No. 7 reigning-national champion LSU (5-1) on Saturday (Nov. 25) at 5 p.m.

Broadcast Information

  • Both games will stream on or the FloSports app with a paid subscription.
  • Additionally, both games will also be broadcast on WINA (98.9FM/1070AM), and the Virginia Sports mobile app.
  • Live statistics will be provided, which can be accessed on and the UVA Sports mobile app.

Series History

  • Tulane leads the all-time series against the Cavaliers, 3-0. Friday’s matchup will mark the third time the two teams have gone head-to-head on a neutral floor.
  • The last time Virginia and the Green Wave met was on Nov. 25, 2015, when Tulane won 67-62.
  • UVA and LSU square off for the first time in series history on Saturday.

Last Time Out

  • Virginia dropped its first non-conference game under head coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton to No. 25 Oklahoma, 82-67, this past Sunday (Nov. 19) at John Paul Jones Arena.
  • The Sooners led by as many as 20 [47-27] early in the third quarter before UVA cut it to as little as five [60-55] with 7:46 to play in the game.
  • The Cavaliers shot just 1-for-23 from deep, but forced 24 OU turnovers, half of which were UVA steals.
  • Camryn Taylor (17 pts, 6-12 FG, 6 reb), Olivia McGhee (14 pts, 5 reb) and London Clarkson (13 pts, 4-8 FG, 3 stl) all scored in double figures for the Hoos.

Virginia Against Ranked Opponents

  • Virginia’s matchup against the seventh-ranked Tigers on Saturday (Nov. 25) marks its second against a ranked opponent in what will be its last three contests.
  • UVA’s last win over a top-25 foe was last year, when the Cavaliers knocked off then-No. 22 NC State, 71-59, in Charlottesville.
  • Virginia’s last victory over a top-10 opponent was against then-No. 4 Florida State, 60-51, on Feb. 16, 2017.

Non-Conference Success

  • Under head coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton, UVA is 14-1 against non-conference opponents.
  • The Cavaliers won their first 14 non-conference matchups before falling to No. 25 Oklahoma, 82-67, on Nov. 19.

Everybody Wants Some

  • After finishing fourth in the ACC in attendance (3,489) in 2022-23, UVA set a program record for season tickets sold this offseason after adding 1,000 new season ticket holders this year.
  • For games played through Nov. 21, Virginia is currently third in the ACC and 19th in the nation in home attendance (3,887/gm).
  • Last season, Virginia also hosted 6,378 fans for National Girls and Women in Sports Day and Senior Day, which marked the highest attendance for a UVA women’s basketball non-field trip day game since 2011.

On The Horizon

  • The Cavaliers return to John Paul Jones Arena to host Missouri on Thursday (Nov. 30) for the inaugural ACC/SEC Challenge.
  • Thursday’s game is slated for 5 p.m. on ACC Network.

Amaka Agugua-Hamilton met with the media on Tuesday (Nov. 21) to preview the Cavaliers' upcoming matchups at the Cayman Islands Classic