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No. 16 Virginia vs. Boston College postgame notes

Jan. 18, 2017

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Virginia Game Notes No. 16 Virginia 71, Boston College 54 Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017

Team Notes

  • Virginia (14-3, 4-2 ACC) has a four-game winning streak vs. Boston College
  • Virginia is 5-1 in true road games
  • UVA has won three straight games overall (Wake Forest, Clemson, Boston College)
  • UVA went on a 15-0 run in the first half and held BC scoreless for 5:25 during the run
  • The Cavaliers shot 50 percent or better for the second straight game and eighth game this season
  • UVA tied a season low with five turnovers (vs. Iowa)
  • UVA is 89-5 when scoring 70 points under head coach Tony Bennett
  • UVA’s 26 points off turnovers were its most against an ACC team since 27 against Florida State on March 1, 2012.
  • The Cavaliers had a season-high 12 steals

Player Notes

  • Devon Hall (13 points) reached double figures for the sixth time in seven contests
  • Hall had a season-high six assists as UVA recorded 22 assists on 27 made field goals
  • Isaiah Wilkins matched a season high with 11 points and added a team-high nine rebounds
  • London Perrantes made his 117th career start, which ranks eighth all-time at UVA
  • Jarred Reuter recorded his first career blocked shot in his 43rd career game
  • Ty Jerome chipped in five points and five assists in 23 minutes off the bench

 

 

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