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Jan. 7, 2007

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Virginia suffered its first-ever loss in the John Paul Jones Arena. The Cavaliers are now 8-1 at the JPJA.

Stanford now leads the all-time series 5-1.

UVa used the same starting lineup (Will Harris, Mamadi Diane, Lars Mikalauskas, J.R. Reynolds and Sean Singletary) for the second consecutive game.

Sean Singletary opened the scoring for UVa by making a three-pointer for the third consecutive game.

Solomon Tat had four points, one rebound and two steals in five minutes of action in the first half.

The Cavalier bench outscored the starters 16-15 in the first half. The UVa bench finished the game with 24 points.

J.R. Reynolds didn't score his first points until 12:03 remaining in the game (a three-pointer). He finished the game with 14 points.

Sean Singletary led UVa in scoring (24 points) for the third consecutive game and the seventh time this season (20 times in career). It marked his third consecutive 20-plus point game of the season - (33 vs. American, 37 vs. Gonzaga).

Sean Singletary played a season-high 38 minutes. His previous season high was 37 minutes vs. Arizona in the season-opener.

Virginia had a season-low seven assists in the game. UVa's previous low was eight vs. Appalachian State (Dec. 19).

Sean Singletary has made 15 three-pointers in the last three games. He had only 15 threes in the first 10 games of the season.

Virginia outrebounded Stanford 32-31 - the 10th time UVa has outrebounded its opponent.

 

 

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