Postgame Notes

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Nov. 26, 2013

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Virginia Team Notes
• Virginia improved to 7-0 all-time vs. Hampton
• The Cavaliers remained undefeated (21-0) against MEAC schools
• Virginia went on an 23-0 run in the first half (second consecutive game with a run of at least 20 straight points)
• The Cavaliers' 40 first-half points were their most since scoring 41 first-half points vs. Georgia Tech on Feb. 24, 2013 (led 41-29 at half, won 82-54)
• Virginia's 21-point halftime lead (40-19) was its largest since leading Clemson by 28 points (38-10) at the half on Feb. 7, 2013
• Hampton's 19 first-half points mark the third time this season the Cavaliers have allowed fewer than 20 points in a half (26th time in the Tony Bennett era)
• Virginia held an opponent under 50 points for the third time this season

Virginia Player Notes
• Joe Harris (20 pts) had his 11th career 20-point game (first this season)
• Harris scored in double figures for the third time this season (72nd time of his career)
• Harris' 7-of-7 from the floor was the best perfect-shooting game by a Cavalier since Mike Scott was 9-of-9 vs. Wake Forest on Feb. 8, 2012
• Harris' 4-of-4 from 3-point range was the best perfect 3-point shooting game by a Cavalier since Paul Jesperson went 4-of-4 at Maryland on Feb. 10, 2013
• Justin Anderson (12 pts) scored in double figures for the second time this season (13th time of his career)
• Jeff Jones scored his first career points (2)

Virginia Player Career Highs
• Rob Vozenilek scored a career-high three points
• Rob Vozenilek had a career-high five rebounds
• Caid Kirven tied a career high with two points

Virginia Record Book
• Joe Harris (1,324 pts) moved into 24th place on Virginia's career scoring list, moving past Norman Nolan (1,321 pts, 1995-98)
• Joe Harris (200 3-ptrs) moved into a fifth-place tie on Virginia's career 3-pointer list, tying Sammy Zeglinski (200, 2008-12)

 

 

John Paul Jones Arena Records
• Joe Harris set a JPJ 3-point percentage record with 100% (4-4); previous record was 100% (3-3) - three times (last Evan Nolte vs. North Texas, 11/20/12)