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Dec. 1, 2012

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Team Notes
• Virginia (6-2) has now won five consecutive games
• The Cavaliers had two 20-point scorers (Joe Harris – 20, Akil Mitchell – 20) in a game for the first time since March 4, 2012 at Maryland (Mike Scott -35, Sammy Zeglinski – 20)
• Virginia led at the half for the fifth consecutive game
• After scoring under 60 points in each of their first three games, the Cavaliers have scored at least 60 points in each of the last five (all wins)

Player Notes
Joe Harris (20 pts) had consecutive 20-point games for the first time in his career
Jontel Evans (2 pts) scored for the first time this season
• Evans’ five steals are the most by a Cavalier in a game since Sammy Zeglinski had five steals vs. Florida State on Jan. 24, 2009
• Evans’ seven assists are a single-game high by a Cavalier this season

Player Career Highs
Akil Mitchell scored a career-high 20 points
Darion Atkins had a career-high 11 rebounds
• Atkins tied a career high with four blocked shots
• Atkins had a career-high three assists
Jontel Evans had a career-high five steals


 

 

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