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2017-18 Roster

No.PlayerPos.Ht.ClassHometown/High School
1tinsley briannaBrianna TinsleyGuard675-71FRMadison, Va./St. Anne's-Belfield
2allen jae'lisaJae'Lisa AllenForward746-27SRPine Bluff, Ark./White Hall
3moses laurenLauren MosesForward746-27SRMount Holly, N.J./Rancocas Valley
4toussaint dominiqueDominique ToussaintGuard695-93SOStaten Island, N.Y./Christ the King
5caldwell khyasiaKhyasia CaldwellGuard655-51FRPocono Summit, Pa./Pocono Mountain East
10brown j'kyraJ'Kyra BrownGuard715-117SRRocky Mount, N.C./Rocky Mount
13willoughby jocelynJocelyn WilloughbyGuard726-03SOEast Orange, N.J./Newark Academy
14jablonowski lisaLisa JablonowskiForward756-33SOErnster, Luxembourg/Lycee des Garcons
20toi amandineAmandine ToiGuard705-101FRParis, France/INSEP Academy
23huland el aliyahAliyah Huland ElGuard736-17SRRandolph, N.J./Randolph
30aiyeotan feliciaFelicia AiyeotanCenter816-93SOLagos, Nigeria/Blair Academy (N.J.)
32jones monéMoné JonesForward756-35JRDurham, N.C./Riverside
35payne shakynaShakyna PayneForward756-33SOAcworth, Ga./Southwest Atlanta Christian Academy

Coaching Staff
Joanne Boyle - Head Coach
La'Keshia Frett Meredith - Assistant Coach
Katherine Graham - Assistant Coach
Tim Taylor - Assistant Coach
Sarah Holsinger - Associate Athletics Director for Basketball Administration


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A 1985 graduate of UVA, White worked at the Richmond Times-Dispatch until July 2009. He was honored six times as the state's Sportswriter of the Year.

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