Asia Durr scored 20 points in 23 minutes as No. 4 Louisville routed Virginia 91-43 on Thursday night.
2019 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/96L 72-44
- 11/15L 63-51
- 11/18W 73-67
- 11/20W 67-57
- 11/24L 74-61
- 11/25L 67-65
- 11/28L 91-66
- 12/2W 55-41
- 12/5W 57-54
- 12/8L 57-44
- 12/20L 64-52
- 12/21W 74-67
- 12/30W 65-61
- 1/3L 63-61
- 1/6L 71-65
- 1/10W 62-58
- 1/138L 66-38
- 1/174L 91-43
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Tina Thompson aspired to be a lawyer and never intended to be a hoops star. But basketball shaped her life, all the way into the Naismith Hall.
- UVa names ex-WNBA star Thompson as coach
- UVa's Boyle retired over daughter's adoption
- Virginia coach Boyle retires, cites family matter
- New Virginia AD Carla Williams introduced
Joanne Boyle brought her Senegalese daughter, Ngoty, to the United States in 2014. But the international adoption has turned into a tricky legal battle.
They're two of the greatest WNBA players, but there are no guarantees for success for Virginia coach Tina Thompson or Minnesota's Lindsay Whalen.
Virginia has hired four-time WNBA champion Tina Thompson as its new head coach.
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.
Virginia women's basketball coach Joanne Boyle says she is retiring because of a family matter. Boyle spent seven seasons at Virginia, compiling a 129-98 record.
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.
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.
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.
Virginia athletic director Craig Littlepage has announced his retirement after 16 years on the job.
A former basketball star teaches us that the unpredictable scourge of mental illness doesn't discriminate.
Whichever team emerges victorious between No. 2 Florida and No. 10 Louisville on Saturday will have the inside track to winning the Atlantic division.
A quick rundown of key numbers to know for each ACC team on the eve of the 2016 season.
How about we celebrate the weekend by cracking open the ACC mailbag
Now is as good a time as any to unveil our ACC preseason position rankings. Today, we rank the front seven.
Virginia was in dire need of a fresh start. Enter Bronco Mendenhall who been just as concerned with changing attitudes as he has been with X's and O's.