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March 14, 2014

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Virginia ACC Tournament Notes
• Virginia advanced to its first ACC semifinal since 1995 (snapping a 19-year drought, the longest in the conference), when it lost to Wake Forest
• The Cavaliers posted their first double-digit win in the ACC Tournament since a 77-67 win over Georgia Tech in the 1995 quarterfinals
• The 13-point margin of victory was the largest for Virginia in the ACC Tournament since a 17-point win (90-73) over Clemson in the 1989 quarterfinals

Team Notes
• Virginia posted its 26th win of the season, its most since 29 wins in 1982-83
• The Cavaliers won their 11th road/neutral game of the season, most since 11 in 1994-95
• Virginia defeated an opponent three times in a season for the first time since 2005-06 (Virginia Tech)
• The Cavaliers held their 19th straight opponent under 50% shooting
• Virginia had two double figure scorers in the first half (Gill, Harris) for the first time since Jan. 25 (vs. Virginia Tech)
• The Cavaliers scored at the first half buzzer for the eighth time this season (8-0 in those games)

Player Notes
• Joe Harris (20 pts) scored in double figures for the 20th time this season (89th time in his career)
• Harris tied a season high with 20 points
• It was Harris' 12th career 20-point game (second this season)
• Anthony Gill (16 pts) scored in double figures for the 12th time this season
• Gill's 16 points are his high against an ACC opponent
• Brogdon (6 pts) had his 18-game streak of double-figure scoring snapped

Virginia Career Record Book Update
• Joe Harris (1,627 pts) moved into 13th place on Virginia's all-time scoring list, passing Bob McCarty (1,625 pts, 1954-56)




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