CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – Coming off its 73-66 road win over Boston College this past Thursday, Virginia (11-12, 3-9 ACC) heads to Wake Forest (4-9, 0-11 ACC) on Sunday (Feb. 11). Tipoff from LJVM Coliseum is set for 2 p.m. on ACC Network Extras and 98.9-FM/1070-AM WINA.


  • The victory over the Eagles was the 100th of Amaka Agugua-Hamilton’s head coaching career.
  • Virginia has won two of its last four games.
  • The Demon Deacons are the only winless team in ACC play this season.


  • Evan Budrovich (play-by-play) and Evan Lewter (analyst) will have the call on ACC Network Extra.
  • 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.


  • Give Virginia its third victory in its last five games.
  • Mark UVA’s first back-to-back ACC victories of the season.
  • Give the Cavaliers back-to-back ACC road victories for the first time since the 2017-18 season.
  • Match last year’s ACC win total (4).


  • Virginia leads the all-time series, which began in 1976, 70-10.
  • The Cavaliers are 31-4 all-time against Wake in Winston-Salem.
  • Of Wake’s 10 victories since the series began 49 years ago, five of them have come in the last six meetings dating back to 2018-19.
  • The Cavaliers won 49 straight meetings from 1979 through 2002.


  • With only seven available players due to injury, Virginia fell 68-57 to the Demon Deacons in the first round of last year’s ACC Tournament in Greensboro, N.C. on March 1.
  • The Cavaliers cut a 13-point first-half deficit down to one point in the opening seconds of the third quarter, but Wake mounted a 21-1 run in that same period to build up a 21-point lead.
  • Camryn Taylor led UVA with 19 points and eight rebounds, while Alexia Smith finished with 14 points, matching her career high.


  • Five Cavaliers scored in double figures in their 73-66 road victory over Boston College this past Thursday (Feb. 10).
  • In her first game back since Jan. 18 due to a concussion, Yonta Vaughn came off the bench to score a career-high 16 points on 6-of-13 shooting.
  • Edessa Noyan (13 pts, 6-8 FG, 9 reb) also scored a career best.
  • Paris Clark (14 pts, 6-11 FG), Kymora Johnson (10 pts) and Sam Brunelle (10 pts, 8 reb) rounded out the list of UVA’s five double-digit scorers.
  • The score was tied at the end of the third quarter and Virginia outscored the Eagles by seven in the fourth.
  • The win marked Amaka Agugua-Hamilton’s 100th of her career, including 26 as UVA head coach.


  • First-year guard Kymora Johnson is one of the top freshmen in the nation.
  • Johnson is currently leading the Cavaliers in scoring in conference play with an average of 17.3 points per game, good for ninth among all ACC players.
  • Prior to this week’s road win over BC, Johnson led UVA in scoring in its previous six games, including a career-high 35 points in the Hoos’ 81-87 road upset over then-No. 15 Florida State (Jan. 21).
  • In UVA’s last six games, Johnson is averaging 22.2 points per game and shooting 52.3 percent from the field.
  • Notre Dame’s Hannah Hidalgo (5.5 apg) and Johnson (5.2 apg) are the nation’s freshman assist leaders.


  • For games played through Feb. 9, Virginia is 11th in the nation in rebounds per game (43.65), 25th in defensive rebounds per game (29.1) and 30th in offensive rebounds per game (14.5).
  • The Hoos lead the ACC free throw percentage (77.6), good for 19th nationally.
  • The Cavaliers are 11-5 this season when either leading or tying their opponents in rebounding.
  • UVA has shot at least 80 percent from the charity stripe in nine games this season, including the most recent win over BC.


  • With an average of 24.4 points from its bench, Virginia is currently second in the ACC and 39th in the nation in bench scoring.
  • The Cavaliers have tallied at least 25 points from its bench in 11 games this season, including its most recent against Boston College (26).
  • In two of those games, the Cavaliers have scored at least 45 points from their reserves (Tulane – 49; La Salle – 45).
  • In UVA’s 81-59 comeback win over Tulane (Nov. 24), the Cavaliers scored 49 points off the bench, the most by UVA in a single game since Dec. 18, 2011, when its bench scored 55 points in a 92-43 victory over Radford.
  • Additionally, the Hoos’ top-3 scorers against the Green Wave in Yonta Vaughn (14 pts), Sam Brunelle (12 pts) and Alexa Smith (10 pts) came off the bench.


  • With no midweek game this week, the Cavaliers return to action on Sunday (Feb. 18) when they host Syracuse (19-4, 9-3 ACC), which is ranked No. 23 in this week’s AP top-25 poll.
  • Tipoff from John Paul Jones Arena is set for 2 p.m. on ACC Network.
  • The game will be Virginia’s designated National Girls and Women in Sports Day (NGWSD) game and will celebrate former longtime head coach Debbie Ryan as this year’s honoree.