CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Ariana Moorer scored 19 points in her collegiate debut, Monica Wright added 16 and No. 15 Virginia got double-figure scoring from three others Friday night in a 78-48 victory against High Point.
The Cavaliers (1-0), tuning up for a game on Monday at No. 7 Tennessee and then a visit to No. 25 state rival Old Dominion four days later, led 34-19 despite shooting under 27 percent in the first half and dominated the Panthers of the Big South throughout.High Point (0-1) got 12 points each from Jurica Hargraves and Mackenzie Maier, but the Panthers committed 37 turnovers and were outrebounded 52-34. Virginia had 27 offensive rebounds and turned them in 21 second-chance points, while the Panthers had no putbacks.