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Games Played/Started Records

Most Games Played

Career 138 Mike Tobey, 2013-16
Season 37 8 players in 2013-14
6 players in 2015-16

Most Games Started

Career 128 Ralph Sampson 1980-83
Bryant Stith 1989-92
Joe Harris 2013-14
Season 37 Malcolm Brogdon 2015-16
Anthony Gill 2015-16
Malcolm Brogdon 2013-14
Joe Harris 2013-14

Season Games Played

Player Season Games
1. Malcolm Brogdon 2015-16 37
1. Anthony Gill 2015-16 37
1. Mike Tobey 2015-16 37
1. Isaiah Wilkins 2015-16 37
1. Devon Hall 2015-16 37
1. Darius Thompson 2015-16 37
1. Justin Anderson 2013-14 37
1. Darion Atkins 2013-14 37
1. Malcolm Brogdon 2013-14 37
1. Anthony Gill 2013-14 37
1. Joe Harris 2013-14 37
1. Akil Mitchell 2013-14 37
1. London Perrantes 2013-14 37
1. Mike Tobey 2013-14 37

Career Games Played

134
Player Seasons Games
1. London Perrantes 2014-17 138
1. Mike Tobey 2013-16 138
3. Malcolm Brogdon 2012-16 136
3. Joe Harris 2011-14 135
5. Evan Nolte 2013-16 134
5. Ricky Stokes 1981-84 134
7. Akil Mitchell 2011-14 133
8. Ralph Sampson 1980-83 132
8. Jim Miller 1982-85 132
10. Bryant Stith 1989-92 131
11. Mike Scott 2008-12 130
12. Jeff Jones 1979-82 129
12. Craig Robinson 1980-83 129
12. John Crotty 1988-91 129
12. Kenny Turner 1988-91 129
12. Ted Jeffries 1990-93 129
12. Junior Burrough 1992-95 129
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Guard Jack McDonald and tackle Jack English are the returning starters on the offensive line for Virginia, which starts spring practice Tuesday.
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Baseball
3/23/17
Sophomore Andy Weber starts at second base for No. 16 Virginia, which hosts ACC rival Duke this weekend at Davenport Field.
London Perrantes
Successful Season Ends on Excruciating Note
Men's Basketball
3/19/17
Virginia's fourth consecutive appearance in the NCAA tournament ended with a 65-39 second-round loss to Florida in Orlando, Fla.

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