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Dec. 6, 1997

Virginia vs.Duke

VIRGINIA (59)                                                                         
                                    
                      fg    ft    rb                                           
               min   m-a   m-a   o-t  a pf   tp                                
Dersch          30   0-3   0-1   0-3  2  4    0                                
Nolan           36  9-17   1-2   2-3  1  2   19                                
Ducharme        18   2-3   0-0   1-4  0  4    4                                
Staples         38  7-16   0-2   5-8  5  1   16                                
Hand            15   2-3   0-0   0-0  1  1    5                                
Marcaccini      27   1-6   0-0  2-10  2  3    3                                
Watson          11   0-1   0-0   0-1  1  1    0                                
Metheney        19   4-5   4-4   1-6  0  2   12                                
Mcandrew         1   0-0   0-0   0-0  0  0    0                                
Hunter           3   0-0   0-0   0-0  0  0    0                                
Curtis           1   0-0   0-0   0-0  0  0    0                                
Mclaughlin       1   0-1   0-0   0-0  0  0    0                                
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TOTALS         200 25-55   5-9 11-35 12 18   59                                
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Percentages: FG-.455, FT-.556. 3-Point Goals:                            
4-12, .333 (Staples 2-5, Hand 1-2, Marcaccini                                  
1-4, Mclaughlin 0-1). Team rebounds: 4. Blocked                                
shots: 5 (Metheney 3, Ducharme, Hunter).                                       
Turnovers: 28 (Ducharme 5, Hand 5, Staples 5,                                  
Dersch 3, Marcaccini 3, Metheney 3, Curtis,                                    
Mcandrew, Nolan, Watson). Steals: 6 (Hand 2,                                   
Staples 2, Nolan, Watson).                                                     
                                                                               
DUKE (103)
                      fg    ft    rb
               min   m-a   m-a   o-t  a pf   tp
Chappell        17  4-10   3-3   1-1  0  0   11
Battier         24   2-2   4-5   5-6  1  0    8
Brand           20  2-10   2-4   2-3  0  3    6
Wojciechowski   29   2-8   0-0   3-4  5  2    6
Langdon         25 10-15   0-0   0-5  3  4   22
Carrawell       14   3-6   1-2   1-1  0  0    8
Burgess         20   3-4   3-6   2-5  2  1    9
Mcleod          18   5-7   3-4   1-4  4  4   15
Avery           22   4-9   0-0   1-2  4  3   10
Domzalski        4   3-5   0-0   0-0  0  1    6
Singleton        3   0-0   0-0   0-2  1  0    0
Simpson          2   1-1   0-0   0-0  0  0    2
Heaps            2   0-0   0-0   0-0  0  0    0
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TOTALS         200 39-77 16-24 16-33 20 18  103
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Percentages: FG-.506, FT-.667. 3-Point Goals:
9-24, .375 (Chappell 0-3, Wojciechowski 2-6,
Langdon 2-5, Carrawell 1-2, Mcleod 2-4, Avery
2-4). Team rebounds: 3. Blocked shots: 9
(Carrawell 3, Battier 2, Burgess 2, Brand,
Langdon). Turnovers: 8 (Wojciechowski 3,
Carrawell 2, Brand, Burgess, Langdon). Steals: 17
(Wojciechowski 4, Avery 3, Brand 3, Mcleod 3,
Burgess 2, Domzalski, Langdon).
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Virginia           25   34  -   59
Duke               53   50  -  103
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Technical fouls: Virginia 1 (Bench).  A: 9,314.
Officials: Frank Scagliotta, Carl Hess, M

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