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No. 18 Virginia vs. Miami postgame notes

Feb. 20, 2017

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Virginia Game Notes

Miami 54, No. 18 Virginia 48 (OT)

Monday, February 20, 2017

Team Notes

• Virginia is 9-12 all-time against Miami, including 5-2 at John Paul Jones Arena

• UVA is 148-40 in 11 seasons at JPJ, including 110-24 under Tony Bennett and 75-9 over the past five seasons

• UVA is 39-4 in ACC home games over the last five seasons

• UVA is 0-3 this year in overtime games

• UVA suffered its first four-game losing streak since dropping eight straight in 2009-10

• Virginia’s 19 first-half points matched the fewest in any half this year (19 in second half at UNC)

• Miami’s 20 first-half points marked the fewest scored by the Hurricanes in any half this season (22 in second half at Duke)

• UVA had a season-low seven assists

Player Notes

• With 15 points, Devon Hall scored in double figures in ACC play for the 10th time

Isaiah Wilkins recorded his second career double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds

• Wilkins also tied a career high with four steals

Mamadi Diakite recorded a career high in minutes with 25

London Perrantes made his 127th career start and moved into a tie with Ted Jeffries (1990-93) for fourth in program history




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