The ACC tournament will be held in Brooklyn, New York, March 8-12.
With this pair of ACC home games in December to kick off the league game, UVa has the chance to adjust to their conference schedule.
The end of the Cavaliers schedule could be the most trying part. After back-to-back road games at rival Virginia Tech and Miami, they potentially host two of the conference’s top teams in Duke and Florida State, then hit the road to end the regular season in Louisville.
There’s also a busy stretch January 19-29 where Virginia plays three of her four games during that 10-day window on the road – in Pittsburgh, NC State, then home for Louisville before hitting the road again. Our Lady.
UVa went 10-1 at home last season and 6-3 on the road.
The Cavaliers previously announced their non-conference schedule, which includes home dates with the Navy (November 9) for the season opener, Radford (November 12), Coppin State (November 19), Lehigh (November 26), Iowa (November 29) and Farleigh Dickinson (December 18), road games in Houston (November 16) and James Madison (December 7) and a pair of Legends Classic games in Newark, NJ (November 22-23), where they will face Georgia then Northwestern or Providence.
Georgia’s roster includes a third UVa transfer – Jabri Abdur-Rahim.