(7-3) Georgia vs. Virginia (7-2)
7 p.m. ET // Stegeman Coliseum // Athens, Ga.
TV: SEC Network // Brenda VanLengen (play-by-play), Carol Ross (analyst)
Radio: Georgia Bulldog Network by IMG // Jeff Dantzler (PBP) In Athens: WRFC-AM 960
Opening Tip – Five Things To Know
» Georgia returns to Stegeman Coliseum to host Atlantic Coast Conference opponent Virginia. Monday’s game will be nationally televised on the SEC Network. The Lady Bulldogs and Cavaliers have met four times, splitting the series at 2-2. Georgia is 2-0 all-time against Virginia in Athens.
» The Lady Bulldogs have won an NCAA-best 61-straight home games against non-conference opponents, dating all the way back to 2008. Georgia is 5-0 against non-conference teams at Stegeman Coliseum this season.
» Monday’s game will be a homecoming for several Virginia staff members. Former Lady Bulldog La’Keshia Frett Meredith, who was an All-American and four-time All-SEC honoree at UGA from 1994-97, is an assistant coach at Virginia. Former Georgia graduate assistant Katherine Graham is also an assistant coach, while coach Andy Landers’ son, Andrew Landers, is the team’s video coordinator.
» For the seventh time in the first 10 games, Georgia will face a team that made postseason play last year. The Cavaliers went 18-16 during the 2015-16 campaign, falling in the third round of the WNIT. The Lady Bulldogs are 3-3 against teams who made postseason play a year ago.
» Sophomore forward Caliya Robinson and senior guard/forward Pachis Roberts have led the Lady Bulldogs during the 2016-17 season. Robinson paces Georgia and ranks second in the SEC in scoring, averaging 17.8 ppg. Roberts, who is playing a team-high 36.2 minutes per game (second most in the SEC), ranks 10th in the league in rebounding with her 7.6 boards per contest.