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Postgame Notes vs. Virginia Tech

Jan. 25, 2014

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Virginia Postgame Notes vs. Virginia Tech
Virginia 65, Virginia Tech 45
Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014

Team Notes
• Virginia is 85-53 all-time vs. Virginia Tech and 35-12 in Charlottesville, including a 5-3 mark at JPJ
• Virginia held its sixth opponent to fewer than 20 points at the half (6-0 in those contests)
• The Cavaliers have a four-game winning streak against Virginia Tech for the first time since 2005-06
• Virginia's 20-point victory is its largest against Virginia Tech since winning by 25 (86-61) on Jan. 23, 1991
• Virginia won its 13th straight ACC home game
• Virginia's 6-1 ACC start is its best since 1982-1983
• The margin of victory in each of the Cavaliers' first six wins is at least 10 points, for the first time in school history

Player Career Highs
Malcolm Brogdon set career highs in points (18) and 3-pointers (4)

Player Notes
Malcolm Brogdon (18 pts) reached double figures for a career-best seventh straight game and 13th time (18th career) • Joe Harris (12 pts) reached double figures for the 13th time (82nd career)

Updated Record Book
Joe Harris (1,487 pts) moved past Donald Hand (1998-01, 1,486 pts) into 17th place on Virginia's career scoring list • Akil Mitchell (669 rebs) moved into 13th place on Virginia's all-time rebounding list, passing Olden Polynice (1984-86, 667 rebs)

 

 

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