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No. 9 Virginia vs. Virginia Tech postgame notes

Feb. 1, 2017

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Virginia Game Notes

No. 9 Virginia 71, Virginia Tech 48

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Team Notes

• Virginia is 90-54 all-time against Virginia Tech

• UVA is 147-38 in 11 seasons at JPJ, including 109-22 under Tony Bennett and 74-7 over the past five seasons

• UVA is 38-2 in ACC home games over the last five seasons

• UVA produced its largest margin of victory over Virginia Tech since an 86-61 win on Jan. 23, 1991, in Richmond; it was UVA’s largest margin of victory against the Hokies in Charlottesville since a 48-point win on Feb. 18, 1955 (107-59)

• UVA held Virginia Tech to 21 points in the first half, the 18th time UVA has limited an opponent to fewer than 30 points in the first half this year

• UVA surrendered 21 first half points to Virginia Tech, the fewest scored by the Hokies in a half this season

• UVA allowed 48 points total to VT, the fewest scored by the Hokies this season

• UVA is 14-1 this season when out-rebounding its opponent

• UVA’s 25 field goals came off of 15 assists

• Virginia scored 17 second-chance points on the night, matching a season high

Player Notes

• London Perrantes’ two 3-pointers give him a total of 187 for his career, moving him past Malcolm Brogdon for sole possession of seventh place in UVA history

Isaiah Wilkins scored a career-high 15 points, while also adding a career-high seven field goals and nine rebounds

• Wilkins has scored in double figures in each of the last three games, and four out of the last five

Devon Hall scored a career-high 17 points and added nine rebounds in the contest, matching a career high

• Hall (17 points) reached double figures for the eighth time in nine ACC games

Jack Salt recorded two blocks, matching a career-high




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