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Nov. 17, 2012

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Team Notes
• Virginia's 83 points were its most since an 83-77 win at Seattle on 12/22/11
• The 40-point margin of victory was the largest of the Tony Bennett era and the largest for the Cavaliers since a 42-point win (94-52) over Northwestern on 11/27/07
• Virginia scored its largest first half lead (31 pts) since 1/3/07 vs. Gonzaga (34 pts, 60-26)
• Seattle shot 20.0% (5-25) in the first half, the lowest shooting percentage in a half by a UVa opponent since Longwood (18.8%, 6-32) on 2/15/06
• Virginia has held opponents under 50 pts 20 times in the Tony Bennett era
• Under Tony Bennett, Virginia is 26-2 when scoring at least 70 pts
• Virginia gained a series lead of 2-1 against Seattle
• Virginia made its all-time series 3-3 against Western Athletic Conference teams

Player Notes
• Freshman Mike Tobey led the Cavaliers in pts (17) for the first time in his career
Teven Jones made his first appearance of his career
Thomas Rogers made his first appearance of the season
Akil Mitchell had his second double-double of the season, third of his career, with 14 pts and 16 rebounds

Player Career Highs
• Freshman Mike Tobey scored a season high 17 pts, 5 FG made, and 4 rebounds
Akil Mitchell set a career high 16 rebounds
Paul Jesperson set a career high 5 assists
• Freshman Justin Anderson scored a season high 11 pts
• Freshman Taylor Barnette scored a season high 8 pts



John Paul Jones Arena Records
• Seattle tied a John Paul Jones Arena record for fewest points in a first half (13), last accomplished 2/2/11 by Clemson

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