Tammi Reiss led five Virginia players in double figures with 18 points last night and the top-ranked Cavaliers rolled to a 97-60 victory over North Carolina in Charlottesville.
Virginia (21-1, 9-0 ACC) shot 53 percent and had a 44-35 rebounding edge.
North Carolina (10-12, 2-9) shot 40 percent, turned the ball over 31 times and committed 31 fouls, which Virginia turned into 22 points at the free throw line.
Virginia, which didn't play any starter more than 26 minutes, scored the first nine points en route to a 49-32 halftime advantage. The Cavaliers pushed their edge to 88-40 on a short jumper from the right baseline by Heidi Burge with 9:20 to play.
Burge added 17 points and eight rebounds, and the Cavaliers also got 15 points from Dawn Staley, 14 from Tonya Cardoza and 11 from Heather Burge, identical twin of Heidi.
Tonya Sampson led North Carolina with 24 points and Dawn Bradley added 11.
George Mason 67, William and Mary 54: George Mason broke a two-game losing streak as the Lady Patriots put on a strong second-half performance to edge host William and Mary.
George Mason (12-8, 5-3) has won seven out of its last nine games and 10 of 13. The Lady Patriots were led by senior guard Antoinette Battle, who had 21 points, 9 rebounds and 6 steals.
Battle sank the go-ahead jumper with 16:14 left to play for a 34-33 George Mason lead that they held for good.
William and Mary (6-13, 2-5) was led by Angie Evans's 17 points.
Georgetown 82, Navy 67: In Annapolis, the Midshipmen's school-record 11-game winning streak was snapped by the Hoyas (10-10). Angie Dobbs led all scorers with 23 points for Navy (14-6). Karen Witfill paced the Hoyas with 20.
N.C. State 98, Duke 63: In Durham, N.C., Sharon Manning scored 23 points to lead five players in double figures as the sixth-ranked Wolfpack improved to 19-3, 6-3 in the ACC.
Andrea Stinson scored 19 points and Rhonda Mapp had 14 for N.C. State.
Duke (14-8, 4-5) struggled with its shooting in the first half, hitting eight of 26 field goals.
Arkansas 78, Houston 76: In Houston, Delmonica DeHorney's 26 points paced the 11th-ranked Razorbacks to a Southwest Conference victory.
Arkansas (18-3, 9-1) watched a 20-6 lead early in the first half evaporate as Houston cut the margin to 46-35 by halftime.
The Cougars (14-7, 6-4) tied the score at 56 with 10 minutes left. Houston was led by LaShawn Johnson's 24 points.