Basketball; Monica Wright (2006-10) 2,540 points.
Wright broke the scoring record held by Dawn Staley (1989-92), who will be inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame this year.
Field Hockey; Paige Selenski (2008-12) 238 points.
Selenski was a four-time All-American is the all-time leader in career points (238) for both the University and for the ACC. She ranks eighth on the NCAA career list for points scored.
- Lacrosse; Amy Appelt (2001-05) 373 points (258 goals). Appelt won the 2004 Tewaaraton Trophy, awarded to the nation’s best player.
Soccer; Angela Hucles (1996-99) 138 points.
Also Virginia’s leader in career goals (59), Hucles was a member of the US Olympic teams that won gold in 2004 and 2008.
Softball; Heather Field (2001-04) 178 runs.
While Field leads the Cavalier in career runs, Meg Young (1997-2001) is the career leader in hits with 285.
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