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Women’s Basketball to Face Virginia in SEC/ACC Challenge

Ashton Judd

COLUMBIA, Mo. – Missouri Women’s Basketball will face Virginia in the inaugural SEC/ACC Challenge as announced by ESPN on Wednesday.

The cross-conference matchup will be played at 4 p.m. CT on Nov. 30 in Charlottesville, Va.

After starting the season with 12 straight wins, Virginia posted a 15-15 overall record last season with a 4-14 mark against ACC opponents.

The Cavilers are led by head coach Amaka Agugua-Hamilton who is entering her second season on the sidelines.

Virginia’s roster is headlined by fifth-year forward Camryn Taylor who led the team with 13.9 points and 6.2 rebounds per game a year ago.

In the offseason, the Cavilers added Kymora Johnson, a McDonald’s All-American and the No. 24 ranked recruit in the 2023 class.

The contest will appear on an ESPN affiliated network, with the official designation to be released at a later date.

Earlier in the day, the SEC announced the Tigers’ conference opponents for the 2024 league year. Missouri will face Arkansas, South Carolina and Vanderbilt in home-and-home matchups. Additionally, the team will travel to face defending national champion LSU during the upcoming season.

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This article is provided by University of Missouri Athletics