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No. 14 Virginia vs. No. 10 North Carolina postgame notes

Feb. 18, 2017

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Virginia Game Notes

No. 10 North Carolina 65, No. 14 Virginia 41

Saturday, Feb. 18, 2017

Team Notes

• UVA (18-8, 8-6 ACC) has lost three straight games in a season for the first time since January of 2011 (North Carolina, No. 1 Duke & Boston College)

• Virginia is 3-5 vs. ranked opponents

• The Cavaliers are 53-131 all-time vs. Carolina, including a 7-66 mark in Chapel Hill

• UVA trailed by 12 points at halftime (34-22), tying for its largest halftime deficit of the season (36-24 vs. Ohio State)

• UVA trailed by 27 points (63-36) at 3:35 in the second half, its largest deficit of the season (32-16 vs. Ohio State)

• The 24-point loss was UVA's largest this season and worst since its 35-point loss at Tennessee on Dec. 30, 2013

• UVA's 41 points, 15 field goals and 27.8 percent field goal shooting marked season lows for the Cavaliers

Player Notes

London Perrantes made his 126th career start and moved into sole possession of fifth place in program history

• Perrantes (12 points) reached double figures for the sixth straight game

Marial Shayok led UVA with 13 points, reaching double figures for the 13 th time this season

Mamadi Diakite has blocked three shots in each of the last three games and has two or more blocked shots in four straight games




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