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Virginia vs. North Carolina - Postgame Notes

Feb. 16, 2013

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February 16, 2013
North Carolina 93, Virginia 81

Team Notes

  • Virginia (18-7, 8-4 ACC) is now 6-65 all-time vs. North Carolina in Chapel Hill.
  • Virginia allowed a season-high 93 points in the loss.
  • The 93 points allowed by Virginia were the most since allowing 106 to Washington (11/22/10).
  • The 93 points allowed were the most in ACC action during the Tony Bennett era at Virginia.
  • Virginia was tied at the half (40-40) for the first time this season.
  • The 40 first half points and 53 second half points by North Carolina marked season-highs against Virginia.
  • The Cavaliers made a season-high 12 3-pointers and shot 50 percent or better from beyond the arc for the seventh time.

Player Notes

  • Joe Harris led UVA with a career-high 27 points, his fourth consecutive 20-point effort and fifth in the last six games.
  • Harris has made at least one 3-pointer in 15 consecutive games.
  • Jontel Evans had a season-high 12 points.
  • Evans matched a career-high with six turnovers.
  • Evans (5 assists) moved into ninth on Virginia's career assists list with 373.
  • Akil Mitchell led Virginia in rebounding (9) for the 18th time.




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