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Dec. 6, 2016

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Virginia Game Notes

No. 14 Virginia 76, East Carolina 53

Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2016

Team Notes

• Virginia is 2-0 in the all-time series with East Carolina

• UVA is 143-37 in 11 seasons at JPJ, including 105-21 under Tony Bennett

• UVA’s 42 points scored in the first half were scored by a combination of eight different players

• Virginia’s 22-point lead at halftime marked the seventh time the team has entered the break holding a double-digit lead

• UVA’s eight 3-point field goals in the first half were the most of any half this season for the Cavaliers

• UVA recorded assists on its first 18 field goals in the game

• Virginia’s 30 field goals on the game came from 22 assists

• Five Virginia players scored in double-figures (Guy – 13, Perrantes -12, Shayok - 12, Diakite – 12, Reuter - 10), marking a season-high. The last time UVA had five players in double-figures was against Long Beach State on Nov. 20, 2015

• UVA’s bench accounted for 47 points, second most of the season (Grambling State, 61)

Player Notes

• Redshirt sophomore forward Jack Salt matched a career high with eight points

• Redshirt junior guard Darius Thompson set a season high with six assists

• Redshirt freshman forward Mamadi Diakite recorded a career-high 12 points

• Junior forward Isaiah Wilkins matched a season high with three assists

• Freshman guard Kyle Guy tallied four assists, setting a career high


 

 

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