Miami vs. Virginia – Match Preview – February 15, 2022

The Virginia Cavaliers (3-19, 0-12 ACC) are looking to end a 13-game losing streak when they host the Miami (FL) Hurricanes (13-10, 5-7 ACC) competition on Tuesday, February 15, 2022 will air at 6:00 p.m. ET.

Virginia fell to Wake Forest 68-53 in the team’s final action on Sunday. Mir McLean’s team best of 11 points wasn’t enough for the loss.

Miami (FL) was defeated by Notre Dame 69-53 in the team’s final game on Thursday. Kelsey Marshall’s team best of 18 points wasn’t enough in the loss.

VirginiaTeam Stats

Virginia averages 52.9 points per game, 7.5 fewer than Miami (FL)’s 60.4 allows per contest. The Cavaliers are only 0-2 this season if they accumulate more than 60 points.

The Cavaliers shoot 58.6 percent from the charity streak as a team, good for 15th place in the ACC. Taylor Valladay leads Virginia with 2.3 free throws per game (66 percent from the line).

Miami (FL) team stats

The Hurricanes score 60.7, fewer than Virginia’s 65 per contest allows. Miami (FL) is 6-1 when it hits the 65-point mark for the year.

When they hit the free throw line, which they do 13.9 times per game, the Hurricanes shoot 67.2 percent, ranking 11th in the ACC. Lashae Dwyer is Miami (FL)’s top shooter from the line, making 1.5 free throws per game while shooting 68 percent.

Virginia players to watch

Amandine Toi leads Virginia with 12.5 points per game. Valladay leads the roster with 3.5 assists and an 8.4 point average, while Camryn Taylor leads the Cavaliers with 6.0 rebounds per game and adds 11.5 points.

Toi was the best shot for downtown Virginia. She leads the team in made threes per game and drills two threes per fight (which accounts for 31 percent of her attempts).

Player stats reflect 21 out of 21 games this season.

Miami (FL) players in mind

Marshall leads Miami (FL) in scoring, averaging 14 points and 1.5 steals per game. Lola Pendande leads the Hurricanes with 5.4 rebounds per game and adds 7.1 points, while Karla Erjavec leads the roster with 3.0 assists and an average of 6.6 points.

Marshall’s 2.6 three-pointers per event makes her the top three-pointer in Miami, FL. She does 33 percent of her shots from downtown.

Player stats reflect 22 out of 22 games this season.

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