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Virginia-Morgan State Postgame Notes



Nov. 19, 2006

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Virginia opened the game with a three-point basket for the second consecutive contest.

Adrian Joseph scored more points (7) in the first five minutes of the game than he did the entire Arizona game (5). Joseph tallied nine points against Morgan State.

Jerome Meyinsse entered the game with 7:35 left in the first half, marking his first collegiate appearance. He played seven minutes and had two rebounds.

Mamadi Diane scored in double figures (15 points) for the second consecutive game (he had a career-high 25 points vs. Arizona to open the season). It marks just the third time Diane has scored in double figures in back-to-back games twice (Northwestern - 18, Georgia Tech - 14 and Loyola (Md.) -11, UMBC - 16) last season.

J.R. Reynolds extended his double-figure scoring streak to 26 games (17 points). It is the second longest double-digit scoring streak in the ACC.

Will Harris posted career highs in points (16) and rebounds (8).

J.R. Reynolds made two three-point field goals to increase his career total to 161 and has moved into a tied for fourth place on UVa's all-time three-point field goals list with Devin Smith (2003-05).

Andy Burns made his first collegiate appearance - entered game with 1:15 remaining in the game.




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