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Tuesday, February 26, 2013
CHARLOTTESVILLE — Lakevia Boykin scored five of her 25 points in overtime to give Wake Forest a 73-68 win over Virginia on Monday at John Paul Jones Arena.
Simone Egwu scored with 1:37 seconds to left to give the Cavaliers (15-12, 7-9) a 60-58 lead over the Demon Deacons (12-16, 5-11). Sandra Garcia scored a layup to tie the game for Wake Forest and force overtime.
In the extra period, Wake Forest jumped out to a four-point lead, but Virginia followed it with five points to take a 65-64 lead. Wake Forest took a 68-66 lead and Boykin put it away with a 3-pointer and a pair of free throws.
Chelsea Douglas added 20 points and Garcia had 11 for the Demon Deacons.
Sarah Imovbioh scored 18 points and pulled in 18 rebounds to lead the Cavaliers. Jaryn Garner added 10 points.
No live telecast for Tech-Miami game
CSN announced Monday that it has dropped plans for a live telecast Wednesday of the Virginia Tech men’s basketball game at No. 5 Miami. Instead, the game will air on same-day tape at 10 p.m. on CSN.The 7 p.m. game was originally scheduled to air live on CSN’s overflow channels, CSN Plus (including Cox Ch. 9) and Comcast Network.
But the regular CSN channel will now air Wednesday’s Washington Capitals game, which originally had been scheduled to air only on NBC Sports Network. That pushes the Washington Wizards game from CSN over to CSN Plus/Comcast Network, and relegates the Hokies to a taped broadcast on the regular CSN channel.
The live ESPN3.com broadcast of the Tech game is blacked out in Virginia to give CSN exclusivity. It is not yet known if the Internet blackout will be lifted now that CSN’s telecast of the game will no longer be live.
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