CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Virginia (8-7, 0-4 ACC) closes out its two-game road swing at No. 20 North Carolina (11-5, 3-1 ACC) on Sunday (Jan. 14). Tipoff from Carmichael Arena is set for 4 p.m. on ACC Network and 98.9-FM/1070-AM WINA.


  • The Cavaliers are in search of their first ACC win of the season.
  • UNC lost its most recent matchup at No. 21 Florida State, 70-62, this past Thursday (Jan. 11).
  • The Tar Heels are tied for fourth in the ACC standings, while UVA is tied for 13th.
  • UNC has won the last four meetings against the Hoos and have not lost to UVA in Chapel Hill since 2001.


  • Dave O’Brien (play-by-play) and Kelly Gramlich (analyst) will have the call on ACC Network, which will also be streamed online via
  • The game will also be broadcast on 98.9-FM/1070-AM WINA, and the Virginia Sports mobile app.
  • Live statistics will be located on and the Virginia Sports mobile app.


  • North Carolina leads the all-time series, which began in 1976, 58-34.
  • The 92 meetings between the two teams are the most between UVA and any opponent in program history.
  • The Tar Heels are winners of the last four contests and have won the last 15 games in Chapel Hill.
  • Virginia’s last win in Chapel Hill was on Jan. 11, 2001, when Schuye LaRue (29 pts) made the game-winning layup with 1.8 seconds remaining to solidfy the Cavaliers’ 78-76 win … UVA overcame a nine-point first-half deficit.
  • Among ACC regular-season matchups, UNC is 44-32 against the Cavaliers.


  • Last year, North Carolina won both matchups against Virginia by 11 points.
  • In the most recent meeting on Feb. 2, 2023, the Tar Heels went on a 15-2 run in the second quarter to help seal a 73-62 win in Chapel Hill.
  • UNC made nine of its first 10 shots from the field to open period No. 2.
  • London Clarkson came off the bench to score a career-high 23 points, while Camryn Taylor tallied 10 points and grabbed seven, including the 500th of her career.


  • The Cavaliers fell 93-66 on the road at No. 6 NC State Thursday night (Jan. 11) at Reynolds Coliseum.
  • The Wolfpack’s 93 points are the most by a UVA opponent this season, and most since the Cavaliers gave up 103 at Notre Dame on March 3, 2019.
  • Camryn Taylor led all scorers with 22 points on 9-of-16 shooting and sunk a pair of free throws.
  • Taylor has now led the Hoos in scoring in their last four contests. Thursday’s game also marked Taylor’s ninth consecutive outing with double-digit points.
  • Kymora Johnson also scored in double figures with 14 points on 6-of-19 shooting and had four assists.
  • Alexia Smith led the Cavaliers in rebounding (9) and assists (6).


  • Virginia’s last win over a ranked opponent was in Charlottesville against then-No. 22 NC State, 71-59, on Feb. 12, 2023.
  • Dating back to 2016-17, Virginia has just three ranked wins, only one over a top-20 foe.
  • UVA 2-48 in its last 50 games against ranked opponents.
  • The last time UVA took down a ranked UNC team was on March 2, 2003, in Charlottesville, when the Cavaliers defeated the eighth-ranked Tar Heels, 69-59.
  • The last time Virginia defeated a ranked UNC team in Chapel Hill was on Jan. 15, 1998, in triple overtime, 105-100.


  • Under head coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton, UVA is 19-3 against non-conference opponents.
  • The Cavaliers won their first 14 non-conference matchups before falling to No. 25 Oklahoma, 82-67, on Nov. 19.


  • Virginia is currently eighth in the nation in rebounds per game (46.53), ninth in offensive rebounds per game (16.8), 25th in defensive rebounds per game (29.7) and 15th free throw percentage (78.1).
  • The Cavaliers are 8-3 this season when either leading or tying their opponents in rebounding.
  • Virginia has been outrebounded in just three contests this season (vs. #7 LSU, #3 NC State, Duke).
  • UVA has shot at least 80 percent from the charity stripe in seven games this season.
  • Among all Division-I players, Camryn Taylor (86.1) is 49th in the nation in free throw percentage, also good for fifth in the ACC.


  • Fifth-year forward Camryn Taylor has led UVA in scoring in nine games this season, including all four ACC contests.
  • She scored a season-high 26 points – the most by a Cavalier in a single game this season – in UVA’s overtime win over Missouri (Nov. 30).
  • Her 26 points against the Tigers were just one shy of tying her career high.
  • Taylor has scored in double figures 13 times this season and has a pair of double-doubles (18 pts, 13 reb vs. Rider; 17 pts, 15 reb vs. #3 NC State).
  • She is currently fifth in the ACC and 49th in the nation in free throw percentage (86.1).
  • At La Salle (Dec. 3), Taylor went 10-for-10 at the charity stripe without hitting a basket from the field.


  • Kymora Johnson (5.3 apg) and Yonta Vaughn (3.8 apg) are one of just two pairs of teammates in the ACC averaging at least 3.8 assists per game.
  • Virginia is one of just 16 schools nationally with two players on its roster averaging at least 3.8 assists per game.
  • Among those 16 programs, UVA is the only one with two underclassmen averaging at least 3.8 assists per game.
  • Johnson is currently fourth in the league in assists per game, while Vaughn is 12th.
  • Vaughn (2.50) and Johnson (2.39) are currently third and fifth, respectively, in the ACC in assist-to-turnover ratio.
  • Johnson is currently third in assists per game among all freshmen nationally.


  • Virginia returns to John Paul Jones Arena on Thursday (Jan. 18) to host Notre Dame (11-3, 2-2 ACC), which is ranked 18th in the most recent AP top-25 poll.
  • Tipoff is set for 7 p.m. on ACC Network Extra (ACCNX).