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Dec. 4, 2013

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Team Notes
• Virginia's 23.4% field goal percentage (11-47) was its fourth-lowest in school history
• The Cavaliers' 38 points were their lowest during the Tony Bennett era and second fewest in the shot clock era (since 1986)
• Virginia failed to have a double-figure scorer for the first time since Jan. 27, 2011 vs. Maryland
• Virginia trailed at the half for the first time this season (trailed 25-20)
• The Cavaliers' 20 first-half points were their fewest at halftime since scoring 19 first-half points vs. Maryland on Mar. 10, 2013 (rallied to win 61-58 in OT)
• Virginia went without a field goal for 11:10 during the end of the first half and start of the second half and went scoreless for 6:50 of that span

Virginia Record Book
• Joe Harris (1,356 pts) moved into 23rd place on Virginia's career scoring list, tying Elton Brown (1,356 pts, 2002-05)

John Paul Jones Arena Records
• Virginia's 38 points were its fewest at John Paul Jones Arena

Big Ten/ACC Challenge Notes
• Virginia's 38 points are the fewest ever scored in a Big Ten/ACC Challenge game (previous low: 42, NC State vs. Iowa, 2005)
• The 86 combined points are the fewest in a Big Ten/ACC Challenge game (previous low: 87, Iowa def. NC State 45-42 in 2005)
• Virginia's three-game winning streak in the Challenge ended
• Virginia is 8-6 all-time in the Challenge

 

 

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