Jan. 16, 2007
Box Score |
The Cavaliers are now 9-1 at the JPJA.
Maryland now leads the all-time series 101-65.
UVa snapped a six-game losing streak to Maryland. It is the first win over Maryland for any current Cavalier.
The same five (Mamadi Diane, Laurynas Mikalauskas, Jason Cain, Sean Singletary and J.R. Reynolds) started for the third consecutive game.
UVa scored 50 points in the first half, the third time this season (51 -Maryland Eastern Shore and 60 - Gonzaga)
The Cavaliers had three players score in double figures in the first half (Reynolds - 13, Singletary - 10, Diane - 10) for the second time this season. The same three players also scored in double figures in the first half against Gonzaga - Singletary (21), Diane (14), and Reynolds (10).
J.R. Reynolds was 9-10 from the free throw line in the first half. He made and attempted more free throws than Maryland's entire team (5-9) in the first stanza.
Maryland closed out the first half with a 13-0 run. UVa answered with a 12-0 run in the second half after the Terps cut UVa's lead to three, 58-55.
Virginia tied its season high for steals with eight (UVa also had eight vs. Arizona). UVa had a season-high six steals in the first half).
Jamil Tucker tied his career high with three three-pointers. He tied his career high with 12 points tonight. It is only the second time he has scored in double figures (12 vs. Gonzaga).
Jason Cain registered his second double-double of the season and eighth of his career with 13 points and a career-high tying 16 rebounds. His 16 rebounds are a John Paul Jones Arena record.
Mamadi Diane scored a career-high 26 points. He had 25 points vs. Arizona in the season-opener.
Maryland's Ekene Ibekwe set a John Paul Jones Arena opponent record for most rebounds with 14. He had 11 rebounds in the first half.
Maryland called its final timeout with 9:44 remaining in the game.
Five Cavaliers scored in double figures for the second time this season. Diane (26), Singletary (25), Reynolds (17), Cain (13) and Tucker (12).
UVa's 103 points are the most it has scored in an ACC game since tallying 93 in a 104-93 loss to Duke on Jan. 15, 2003 in Durham. The last time Virginia scored 100 points in an ACC game was vs. Clemson on Jan. 27, 2001 when it scored 104 points in a 104-76 win at Clemson.
Virginia outrebounded Maryland 48-36. It is the eighth time this season UVa has outrebounded its opponent by 10 or more boards.
Sean Singletary scored 25 points in the game, marking the eighth time this season he has scored at least 20 points.