Virginia Final Four Teams


1990 NCAA Final Four
March 30 & April 1, 1990 at Knoxville, Tennessee

The Cavaliers' appearance in the 1990 NCAA Final Four was the first in the history of the Virginia women's basketball program and the second for an Atlantic Coast Conference team ... Virginia advanced to the NCAA Final Four with a 79-75 overtime victory over fourth-ranked Tennessee at the ODU Fieldhouse in Norfolk, Va. ... The Cavaliers' East regional championship denied Tennessee a chance to play in the Final Four on its home court ... Virginia lost to eventual national champion Stanford, 75-66, in the semifinals at the Thompson-Boling Arena ... Dawn Staley was named MVP of the NCAA East Regional and was selected to the East Regional All-Tournament team ... Tammi Reiss was named to the NCAA East Regional All-Tournament team ... the 29 wins marked a new school record.

No.  Player             Cl.  Pos. Ht.  Hometown                  PPG   RPG   FG-Pct.  FT-Pct.
30   Heidi Burge         1   C    6-4  Palo Verdes Est., Calif.  8.2   6.4   .420      .667
34   Heather Burge       1   C    6-4  Palo Verdes Est., Calif. 12.2   6.7   .474      .535
10   Dena Evans          1   G    5-5  Deer Park,Texas           9.3   2.2   .434      .867
3    Carmela Franklin    4   G    5-6  Jacksonville, Fla.        1.5   1.7   .500      .773
44   Allison Moore       1   F    6-1  College Park, Ga.         1.0   0.6   .231      .100
32   Tammi Reiss         2   G    5-6  Eldred, N.Y.             15.3   2.8   .474      .790
52   Felicia Santelli    2   F    6-0  Scarsdale, N.Y.           0.8   0.8   .667      .333
 5   Fran Scott          4  G-F   5-8  Oak Hill, Ill.            2.9   1.8   .398      .727
54   Audra Smith         2  F-C   6-2  Milledgeville, Ga.        2.7   3.8   .441      .625
24   Dawn Staley         2   G    5-6  Philadelphia, Pa.        17.9   6.7   .452      .781
15   Tina Toney          2   G    5-8  Jacksonville, Fla.        1.4   0.9   .250      .800
21   Melanee Wagener     2  F-C   6-3  Sykesville, Md.           2.6   2.0   .444      .462
20   Tekshia Ward        3   F    6-1  College Park, Ga.         6.6   5.9   .588      .492
Head Coach:  Debbie Ryan
Assistant Coaches:  Frank DiLeo, Shawn Campbell, Melissa Wiggins

During the Season...

Results (29-6, 11-3 ACC)
Nov. 24  vs. Southern Illinois    W      81-60
Nov. 25  vs. #22 Vanderbilt       W      76-74
Nov. 26  at Hawaii                L      78-88
Dec.  1  HOLY CROSS               W      72-71
Dec.  2  #9 UNLV                  W      74-73
Dec.  6  #18 OLD DOMINION         W      86-70
Dec.  9  at James Madison         W      67-55
Dec. 19  AUGUSTA                  W      76-38
Dec. 20  RICHMOND                 W      76-62
Dec. 28  vs. #17 Auburn           W      61-59
Dec. 29  at Rutgers               W (ot) 72-71
Jan.  3  at Virginia Tech         W      79-77
Jan.  6  at Penn State            L      77-90
Jan. 10  #14 MARYLAND             W      82-79
Jan. 11  MORGAN STATE             W      96-52
Jan. 14  at #12 N.C. State        W      70-66
Jan. 16  at Duke                  L      74-84
Jan. 20  GEORGIA TECH             W      97-77
Jan. 22  at North Carolina        W      81-63
Jan. 27  WAKE FOREST              W      58-55
Jan. 31  CLEMSON                  W      67-64
Feb.  3  at Georgia Tech          W      94-65
Feb.  7  at Wake Forest           W      62-61
Feb. 10  DUKE                     W      86-62
Feb. 15  NORTH CAROLINA           W      95-46
Feb. 17  at Clemson               W      71-63
Feb. 21  at Maryland              L      60-63
Feb. 24  #9 N.C. STATE            L      64-77
Mar.  3  Georgia Tech*            W      73-65
Mar.  4  Clemson*                 W      84-66
Mar.  5  #9 N.C. State*           W  (ot)67-64
Mar. 17  PENN STATE $             W      85-64
Mar. 22  #18 Providence $         W      77-71
         (Norfolk, Va.)
Mar. 24  #4 Tennessee $           W  (ot)79-75
         (Norfolk, Va.)
Mar. 30  #2 Stanford  $           L      66-75
         (Knoxville, Tenn.)
* ACC Tournament at Fayetteville, N.C.
$ NCAA Tournament
Home 13-1, Away 8-4, Neutral 8-1

In the Final Four...

1990 Final Four Bracket:
National Semifinals:
#1 Stanford 75, #2 Virginia 66
#2 Auburn 81, #1 Louisiana Tech 69
National Championship:
Stanford 88, Auburn 81

Virginia Boxscore:

1990:  National Semifinal
#2 seed VIRGINIA      38      28      -      66
#1 seed Stanford      42      33      -      75


March 30, 1990

Thompson-Boling Arena, Knoxville, Tenn.

Boxscore:
Virginia (29-6)        fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min
05 Fran Scott*        1-6  0-3   0-0   4   3   2   1  3   0   2   27
20 Tekshia Ward*      3-5  0-0   0-0   3   5   6   1  0   0   1   17
34 Heidi Burge*      3-10  0-0   1-2   8   4   7   0  3   3   0   30
24 Dawn Staley*      7-13  1-3   3-4   8   3  18   4  4   0   1   36
32 Tammi Reiss*      2-13  0-4   7-7   4   0  11   2  6   1   3   40
30 Heather Burge      5-9  0-0   4-4   7   3  14   0  2   0   2   18
54 Audra Smith        1-1  0-0   1-3   3   1   3   0  0   1   0   16
10 Dena Evans         2-6  1-3   0-0   0   2   5   1  2   0   0   15
03 Carmela Franklin   0-0  0-0   0-0   0   0   0   0  0   0   0    2     
Team                                   3              0
TOTALS              24-63 2-13 16-20  40  21  66   9 20   5   9  200     

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.

1st Half       15-35   .429      1-5      .200      7-10      .700
2nd Half        9-28   .321      1-8      .125      9-10      .900
Game           24-63   .381      2-13     .154     16-20      .800

Stanford (31-1)        fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min

23 Katy Steding*     5-13  2-3   6-6   8   2  18   1  1   0   0   36
44 Julie Zeilstra*    3-6  0-0   2-2   4   1   8   1  1   0   2   24
30 Trisha Stevens*   8-17  0-0   0-0   6   4  16   0  5   1   0   30
10 Jennifer Azzi*     5-9  3-5   2-4   6   3  15   5  1   0   3   38
34 Sonja Henning*    4-10  0-0   4-4   7   3  12   5  7   0   3   40
52 Val Whiting       1-11  0-0   2-4   8   2   4   0  2   2   2   26
14 Stacy Parson       1-1  0-0   0-0   0   1   2   0  0   0   1    6
   Team                                4              0
TOTALS              27-67  5-8 16-20  43  16  75  12 17   3  11  200

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.
1st Half       15-37   .405      4-5      .800       8-8     1.000
2nd Half       12-30   .400      1-3      .333      8-12      .667
Game           27-67   .403      5-8      .625     16-20      .800

Attendance:  20,023
Officials:  Patty Broderick, Sue Kennedy
Technicals:  none


1991 NCAA Final Four
March 30-31, 1991 at New Orleans, Louisiana

Virginia advanced to its first national championship appearance with a 61-55 victory over Connecticut in the semifinal game on March 30, 1991. Connecticut was coached by former UVa assistant coach Geno Auriemma. Tennessee defeated defending national champion Stanford, 68-60, in the other semifinal game to advance to the final the Lady Vols rallied to defeat Virginia in overtime, 70-67, in the national championship game Tennessee led 27-26 at halftime, but Dawn Staley led the Cavaliers in the second half the score was tied at 60 at the end of regulation the championship was the first NCAA Final Four overtime title game Staley scored a championship game record 28 points and added 11 rebounds. Staley was named Final Four Most Outstanding Player, marking the first time the award was given to a player from the losing team Tennessee's Dena Head also scored 28 points to share the scoring record. Staley and Cardoza were named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament team Virginia registered the first 30-win season in school history.

No.  Player             Cl.  Pos. Ht.  Hometown                  PPG   RPG   FG-Pct.  FT-Pct.
30   Heather Burge       2   C    6-5  Palos Verdes Est., Calif.12.7   5.6   .517      .542
34   Heidi Burge         2   C    6-5  Palos Verdes Est., Calif. 8.9   5.4   .455      .682
23   Tonya Cardoza       4   F   5-10  Roxbury, Mass.           15.6   6.1   .544      .764
10   Dena Evans          2   G    5-5  Deer Park, Texas          5.0   1.3   .352      .717
44   Allison Moore       2   F    6-1  Virginia Beach, Va.       1.2   0.9   .293      .000
32   Tammi Reiss         3   G    5-6  Eldred, N.Y.             15.4   2.9   .508      .758
52   Felicia Santelli    3   F    6-0  Scarsdale, N.Y.           0.3   0.5   .286      .000
54   Audra Smith         3  F-C   6-2  Milledgeville, Ga.        3.7   3.1   .554      .443
24   Dawn Staley         3   G    5-6  Philadelphia, Pa.        14.6   6.1   .450      .824
15   Tina Toney          4   G    5-8  Jacksonville, Fla.        1.2   1.4   .278      .450
33   Wendy Toussaint     1   F   5-11  Irvington, N.J.           1.9   1.0   .440      .652
21   Melanee Wagener     3  F-C   6-2  Mt. Airy, Md.             5.6   4.4   .517      .632
20   Tekshia Ward        4   F    6-1  College Park, Ga.         5.2   2.9   .538      .569
Head Coach:  Debbie Ryan
Assistant Coaches:  Frank DiLeo, Shawn Campbell, Melissa Wiggins

During the Regular Season...

Results (31-3, 14-0 ACC)
Nov. 24  at St. Peter's           W      91-59
Nov. 28  VIRGINIA TECH            W      93-44
Dec.  1  at #12 Texas             W      80-74
Dec.  4  at Old Dominion          W      90-59
Dec.  7  LAFAYETTE                W     103-41
Dec.  8  Florida State            W      92-77
Dec. 19  ST. FRANCIS              W     102-45
Dec. 20  MORGAN STATE             W      96-37
Dec. 28  vs. Fla. International   W      78-46
Dec. 29  vs. Michigan State       W      91-74
Dec. 30  vs. Kansas               W      97-51
Jan.  3  #4 PENN STATE            L      71-73
Jan.  5  at Duke                  W      95-56
Jan.  9  at #12 Clemson           W      81-75
Jan. 12  at #3 N.C. State    (3ot)W    123-120
Jan. 16  MARYLAND                 W      76-59
Jan. 19  at Georgia Tech          W      98-72
Jan. 24  at Wake Forest           W      87-70
Jan. 26  ST. JOHN'S               W      90-51
Jan. 29  at North Carolina        W      92-67
Feb.  2  GEORGIA TECH             W      98-94
Feb.  6  NORTH CAROLINA           W      97-60
Feb.  9  DUKE                     W      86-61
Feb. 14  WAKE FOREST              W      98-66
Feb. 16  #23 CLEMSON              W      89-62
Feb. 20  at Maryland              W     111-74
Feb. 23  #7 N.C. STATE            W      95-78
Mar.  2  North Carolina *         W      90-69
Mar.  3  Clemson *                L      62-65
Mar. 17  #14 S. F. AUSTIN $       W      74-72
Mar. 21  #25 Oklahoma State $     W      76-61
         (Austin, Texas)
Mar. 23  #24 Lamar $              W      85-70
         (Austin, Texas)
Mar. 30  #13 Connecticut $        W      61-55
         (New Orleans, La.)
Mar. 31  #4 Tennessee $           L (ot) 67-70
            (New Orleans, La.)
* ACC Tournament at Fayetteville, N.C.
$ NCAA Tournament
Home 14-1, Away 10-0, Neutral 7-21992 NCAA Final Four

In the Final Four...

1991 Final Four Bracket:
National Semifinals:
#1 Virginia 61, #3 Connecticut 55
#1 Tennessee 68, #2 Stanford 60
National Championship:
Tennessee 70, Virginia 67 (ot)

Virginia Boxscores:

1991:  National Semifinal
#3 seed Connecticut   24      31      -      55
#1 seed VIRGINIA      34      27      -      61

March 30, 1991
Lakefront Arena
, New Orleans, La.

Boxscore:
Connecticut (29-5)     fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min
05 Debbie Baer*       1-1  0-0   3-5   4   2   5   0  2   0   2   26
10 Laura Lishness*    2-8  0-0   2-3   4   0   6   6  4   1   0   34
21 Orly Grossman      2-3  0-1   0-0   0   2   4   3  1   0   0   18
22 Heidi Law          0-1  0-0   1-2   1   2   1   0  1   3   0   10
23 Shannon Saunders   0-0  0-0   0-0   1   1   0   0  0   0   1    5
24 Kerry Bascom*     6-14  0-0   2-2  14   3  14   1  1   0   0   33
31 Wendy Davis*      6-15 3-10   2-2   5   2  17   2  2   0   0   39
33 Meghan Pattyson*  3-10  0-0   2-2   5   3   8   2  2   0   1   35
   Team                                1              0
TOTALS              20-52 3-11 12-16  35  15  55  14 13   4   4  200

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.
1st Half       10-25   .400      2-5      .400       2-5      .400
2nd Half       10-27   .370      1-6      .167     10-11      .909
Game           20-52   .385     3-11      .273     12-16      .750

Virginia (31-2)        fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min
10 Dena Evans         0-1  0-0   0-0   1   2   0   2  0   0   0   18
20 Tekshia Ward       0-2  0-0   0-0   2   2   0   0  1   0   0    4
21 Melanee Wagener*   2-4  0-0   0-0   9   2   4   1  2   0   0   25
23 Tonya Cardoza*    6-14  0-1   4-6   6   2  16   1  2   0   3   38
24 Dawn Staley*      3-16  1-4   4-4   8   2  11   5  2   0   3   34
30 Heather Burge*    6-13  0-0   1-1   6   4  13   1  2   4   1   24
32 Tammi Reiss*      6-12  2-6   1-2   9   1  15   2  2   0   0   40
34 Heidi Burge        1-6  0-0   0-0   3   3   2   0  0   0   0   17
   Team                                2              0
TOTALS              24-68 3-11 10-13  46  18  61  12 11   4   7  200     

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.

1st Half       15-34   .441      2-5      .400       2-2     1.000
2nd Half        9-34   .265      1-6      .167      8-11      .727
Game           24-68   .353     3-11      .273     10-13      .769

Attendance:  7,865
Officials:  Mike Brooks, June Courteau
Technicals:  none

1991:  National Championship
#1 seed VIRGINIA      26      34       7      -      67
#1 seed Tennessee     27      33      10      -      70


March 31, 1991

Lakefront Arena
, New Orleans, La.

Boxscore:
Virginia (31-3)        fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min

10 Dena Evans         0-0  0-0   0-0   0   1   0   0  1   0   0   10
20 Tekshia Ward       0-0  0-0   1-2   1   0   1   0  0   0   0    7
21 Melanee Wagener, F 1-1  0-0   0-1   6   3   2   0  0   1   0   27
23 Tonya Cardoza, F  4-11  1-2   2-2   1   5  11   1  1   0   2   43
24 Dawn Staley, G   11-26  3-5   3-4  11   5  28   6  8   0   3   41
30 Heather Burge, C  5-11  0-0   0-3  11   4  10   0  3   1   1   31
32 Tammi Reiss, G    3-12  0-1   1-4   1   2   7   4  3   0   0   40
34 Heidi Burge        4-5  0-0   0-1   6   5   8   0  3   1   2   15
54 Audra Smith        0-0  0-0   0-2   5   2   0   0  1   0   1   11
   Team                                3              0
TOTALS              28-66  4-8  7-19  45  27  67  11 20   3   9  225     

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.

1st Half       12-24   .500      1-1     1.000       1-6      .167
2nd Half/ot    16-42   .381      3-7      .429      6-13      .462
Game           28-66   .424      4-8      .500      7-19      .368

Tennessee (30-5)       fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min
03 Jody Adams, G      0-7  0-3   2-4   2   3   2   1  2   0   0   37
05 Regina Clark       0-1  0-0   0-0   0   0   0   0  1   0   0    3
11 Dena Head, G      9-17  0-0 10-14   9   3  28   3  8   0   3   41
20 Peggy Evans        3-5  0-0   1-3   2   5   7   0  3   1   0   20
21 Lisa Harrison, F  3-10  0-0   2-3  13   3   8   0  2   1   1   36
32 Daedra Charles, F 7-13  0-0   5-7  12   5  19   0  3   3   2   40
33 Nikki Caldwell     1-1  0-0   0-1   3   2   2   3  2   0   1   19
34 Kelli Casteel, C   1-7  0-0   2-3   5   2   4   1  2   0   0   29
   Team                                3              0
TOTALS              24-61  0-3 22-35  49  23  70   8 23   5   7  225

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.

1st Half       11-33   .333      0-1      .000       5-8      .625
2nd Half/ot    13-28   .464      0-2      .000     17-27      .630
Game           24-61   .393      0-3      .000      22-35      .629

Attendance:  7,865 (2-session total 15,796)
Officials:  Patty Broderick, Lou Pitt
Technicals:  none


1992 NCAA Final Four
April 4-5, 1992 at Los Angeles, California

The Cavaliers advanced to the NCAA Final Four for the third consecutive season, after defeating Vanderbilt, 70-58, to win the first NCAA East Regional in Charlottesville ... Dawn Staley was named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA East Regional Tournament ... Heather Burge and Staley were named to NCAA East Regional All-Tournament team ... Virginia's opponent in the national semifinal game was Stanford ... the Cavaliers led 51-44 with under eight minutes left, but Stanford rallied to take a 66-65 lead ... Stanford missed the front end of a one-and-one, and the Cavaliers grabbed the rebound ... Staley drove but was cut off on the last possession, and Melanee Wagener emerged with control and called timeout ... Virginia's last effort with 0.8 seconds remaining fell short ... Stanford defeated Western Kentucky to win the national championship ... Staley was named to the NCAA Final Four All-Tournament Team ... Virginia finished the season with a school-record 32 wins ... the Cavaliers were ranked number one in the Associated Press poll and second in the USA Today poll at the end of the regular season.
      
No.  Player             Cl.  Pos. Ht.  Hometown                  PPG   RPG   FG-Pct.  FT-Pct.
42   Charleata Beale     1   F    6-0  Dale City, Va.            2.9   1.7   .312      .788

30   Heather Burge       3   C    6-5  Palos Verdes Est., Calif.17.2   8.4   .554      .469

34   Heidi Burge         3   C    6-5  Palos Verdes Est., Calif.10.0   6.0   .486      .687
10   Dena Evans          4   G    5-5  Deer Park, Texas          6.5   2.8   .429      .733
22   Chris Lesoravage    1   G    6-0  Doylestown, Pa.           2.5   1.4   .397      .294
40   Amy Lofstedt        1  F-C   6-1  Ankeny, Iowa              2.4   1.8   .413      .617
44   Allison Moore       3  F-G   6-1  Virginia Beach, Va.       0.6   0.5   .188      .750
32   Tammi Reiss         4   G    5-6  Eldred, N.Y.             16.4   4.2   .469      .815
52   Felicia Santelli    4   F    6-0  Scarsdale, N.Y.           0.8   0.7   .316      .750
54   Audra Smith         4  F-C   6-2  Milledgeville, Ga.        4.3   4.1   .605      .646
24   Dawn Staley         4   G    5-6  Philadelphia, Pa.        14.5   5.6   .484      .808
33   Wendy Toussaint     3   F   5-11  Irvington, N.J.           1.6   1.8   .571      .536
21   Melanie Wagener     4  F-C   6-2  Mt. Airy, Md.             5.1   5.0   .470      .679
Head Coach:  Debbie Ryan
Assistant Coaches:  Frank DiLeo, Shawn Campbell, Melissa Wiggins

During the Regular Season...

Results (32-2, 15-1 ACC)
Nov. 22  FAIRFIELD                W     110-64
Nov. 23  WEST VIRGINIA            W      92-63
Nov. 26  CANISIUS                 W      92-36
Nov. 30  at Temple                W      81-52
Dec.  4  at Richmond              W      88-61
Dec.  7  #13 TEXAS                W      77-47
Dec. 19  VA. COMMON.              W     101-55
Dec. 28  at UCLA                  W      77-55
Dec. 29  vs. Southern Cal         W      71-52
Jan.  3  at Florida State         W      87-60
Jan.  5  at #17 Auburn            W      77-70
Jan.  8  at North Carolina        W      83-68
Jan. 11  #12 N.C. STATE           W     101-70
Jan. 15  #3 MARYLAND              L      65-67
Jan. 18  #17 CLEMSON              W      85-52
Jan. 22  at Wake Forest           W      78-44
Jan. 25  GEORGIA TECH             W      79-74
Jan. 27  FLORIDA STATE            W      81-43
Feb.  1  at Duke                  W      81-54
Feb.  5  WAKE FOREST              W      78-55
Feb.  8  at Georgia Tech          W      86-62
Feb. 11  at #1 Maryland           W      75-74
Feb. 15  DUKE                     W      93-48
Feb. 17  CONNECTICUT              W      64-43
Feb. 22  at #19 Clemson           W      85-81
Feb. 26  NORTH CAROLINA           W      65-52
Feb. 29  at N.C. State            W      76-74
Mar.  7  Duke *                   W      81-55
Mar.  8  North Carolina *         W      74-55
Mar.  9  Georgia Tech *           W      70-69
Mar. 22  #16 GEO. WASH. $         W      97-58
Mar. 26  #14 WEST VIRGINIA $      W     103-83
Mar. 28  #13 VANDERBILT $         W      70-58
Apr.  4  #3 Stanford $            L      65-66

      (Los Angeles, Calif.)
* ACC Tournament at Rock Hill, S.C.
$ NCAA Tournament
Home 16-1, Away 12-0, Neutral 4-11991 NCAA Final Four

In the Final Four...

1992 Final Four Bracket:
National Semifinals:
#1 Stanford 66, #1 Virginia 65
#4 Western Kentucky 83, #8 Missouri State 72
National Championship:
Stanford 78, Western Kentucky 62

Virginia Boxscores:

1992:  National Semifinal
#1 seed Stanford             27      39      -      66
#1 seed VIRGINIA             29      36      -      65


April 4, 1992

Pauley Pavilion
, Los Angeles, Calif.

Boxscore:
Stanford  (29-3)       fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min
31 Chris MacMurdo, F  0-5  0-0   0-0   4   1   0   1  2   0   0   19
50 Rachel Hemmer, F   1-5  0-0   2-2   3   5   4   0  4   0   3   19
42 Val Whiting, C    9-20  0-0 10-12  12   4  28   2  2   0   2   38
15 Molly Goodenbour,G6-12  4-7   0-1   4   4  16   6  2   0   5   39
25 Christy Hedgpeth,G 3-5  0-1   1-2   2   3   7   0  1   0   0   38
12 Tanda Rucker       0-1  0-1   0-0   1   0   0   1  0   0   0   11
42 Kelly Dougherty    3-4  0-0   2-3   1   1   8   0  1   0   0    9
55 Anita Kaplan       0-2  0-0   0-0   0   2   0   0  1   0   0   11
33 Ann Adkins         0-0  0-0   0-0   1   0   0   0  1   0   0    3
03 Kate Paye          1-1  0-0   1-5   4   1   3   3  0   0   0   12
22 Angela Taylor      0-0  0-0   0-0   0   0   0   0  0   0   0    1
   Team                                3              2
TOTALS              23-55  4-9 16-25  35  21  66  13 16   0  10  200

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.
1st Half       -       .346      1-4      .250      8-10      .800
2nd Half       -       .483      3-5      .600      8-15      .533
Game        23-55      .418      4-9      .444     16-25      .640

Virginia (31-3)        fg  3fg   ft   rb   pf  pt  a to   bl  st  min
34 Heidi Burge, F     2-4  0-0   1-2   5   5   5   1  0   0   0   11
30 Heather Burge, C  2-11  0-0   6-6   6   5  10   1  4   1   0   26
10 Dena Evans, G     3-10  0-2   0-0   4   5   6   2  4   0   0   33
24 Dawn Staley, G    7-18  0-4   5-7   9   4  19   4  5   0   2   36
32 Tammi Reiss, G    4-12  0-5   0-0   4   2   8   2  2   0   1   39
21 Melanee Wagener    3-5  0-0   0-0  10   3   6   2  0   0   1   17
54 Audra Smith        2-5  0-0   5-6   7   3   9   1  1   0   2   25
42 Charleata Beale    0-1  0-0   2-2   1   0   2   0  0   0   1   12
40 Amy Lofstedt       0-0  0-0   0-0   1   0   0   0  0   0   0    1
   Team                                3              0
TOTALS              23-66 0-11 19-23  50  27  65  13 16   1   7  200     

Shooting Pct.  FG      PCt.      3FG      PCt.      FT        Pct.
1st Half      _        .270      _        .000      9-10      .900
2nd Half      _        .448      -        .000     10-13      .769
Game      23-66        .348    0-11       .000     19-23      .826

Attendance:  12,421
Officials:  Douglas Cloud, Bob Trammell
Technicals:  none