CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Faith Randolph scored a career-high 26 points and Virginia rolled by No. 17 Florida State 85-68 Sunday.
Virginia (9-9, 2/3 ACC) tied its second-highest scoring performance of the season, and jumped to a 47-31 halftime lead behind 20 first-half points from Randolph.
Florida State (14-4, 2-3) never cut the deficit to fewer than 11 points in the second half. The Seminoles committed 27 turnovers compared with 10 for Virginia.
Ataira Franklin had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Cavaliers while Sarah Imovbioh added 15.
Emiah Bingley scored 21 points to lead the Seminoles. Natasha Howard added 15 points and Kai James had 11.
Virginia played its third straight ranked opponent after falling to No. 2 Notre Dame and No. 3 Duke.
Florida State won 14 of its first 15 games but has dropped its last three, including losses to No. 9 North Carolina and No. 20 North Carolina State.
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