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2019 Schedule
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Courtesy of Joanne Boyle

UVa's Boyle retired over daughter's adoption

Former Virginia coach Joanne Boyle, who retired after the NCAA tournament, needs to take her 6-year-old daughter back to Senegal to complete the adoption process.


Wilson leads South Carolina to 66-56 win over Virginia

A'ja Wilson had 25 points and 11 rebounds in her last-ever college home game to lead South Carolina to its fifth consecutive trip to the Sweet 16 with a 66-56 victory over No. 10 seeded Virginia in the women's NCAA Tournament's Albany Regional on...

South Carolina extends lead with nice layup (0:18)
Anigwe out, No. 7 Cal upset by No. 10 Virginia (0:53)

NCAA Upset: No. 10 seed Virginia tops Cal 68-62

Dominique Toussaint hit a tie-breaking 3-pointer with 1:08 to go and No. 10 seed held off seventh-seeded Cal 68-62 in the Albany Regional for its first women's NCAA Tournament win in nine years on Friday.

Aiyeotan's clutch bucket seals Virginia victory (0:18)
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No. 10 seeds Virginia, Minnesota pull first-round upsets

Chalk ruled the early part of Friday's first-round games in the women's NCAA tournament, until a pair of No. 10 seeds -- Minnesota, which beat 7-seed Green Bay, and Virginia, which downed seventh-seeded Cal -- advanced to the second round.

Aiyeotan's journey from Nigeria to UVA (3:49)

Virginia women hold off Georgia Tech 60-58 in ACC

Aliyah Huland El scored 19 points and seventh-seeded Virginia rallied to defeat 10th-seeded Georgia Tech 60-58 on Thursday night in the first round of the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.

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Bracketology winners and losers so far

While teams such as Rutgers, Villanova and Notre Dame rose to the occasion and dominated the nonconference portion of their schedules, teams such as Stanford, Virginia and Oklahoma have ground to make up between now and March.

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New Virginia AD Carla Williams introduced

Newly appointed Virginia athletic director Carla Williams, the first African-American woman to lead an athletic department at a Power 5 school, said she couldn't pass up the opportunity and challenges in Charlottesville.