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Post Game Notes vs Georgia Tech (ACC Tournament)



March 6, 2014

Recap |  Final Stats

Virginia started the game 6-of-6 from the free throw line. Beginning with its final attempt of the first half of the Boston College game, Virginia made 17 consecutive free throws before Sarah Imovbioh missed the second of a 1-and-1 with 7:14 left in the first half.

Virginia's 26-of-27 showing from the foul line (.963) was the second-best in ACC Women's Tournament history.

Georgia Tech started the game on a 6-0 run. Virginia answered with an 8-0 run with Kelsey Wolfe providing half of those points.

Raeshaun Gaffney came into the game with 3:20 left in the first half, scoring four points in a span of 1:11, including a pull-up jumper five seconds after checking in.

After Virginia went 0-of-7 from three-point range in the first half, Kelsey Wolfe started the second half making a three-point shot. Wolfe made both of Virginia three-pointers in the game.

Tyaunna Marshall (10) and Kaela Davis (28) combined to score 28 of Georgia Tech's first 30 points.

Back-to-back and-ones by Sarah Imovbioh cut the deficit to two, 68-66.

Imovbioh scored a career-high 27 points, with 20 coming in the second half. Imovbioh finished the game 9-of-11 from the field and 9-of-10 from the free throw line.

Imovbioh also had 10 rebounds, her 10th double-double of the season and the 15th of her career.

Ataira Franklin finished with 15 points, ending her career by scoring in double-digits in each of her final 14 games. She finished her career with 1,619 points, which ranks 11th on Virginia's all-time career scoring list.



The 16 points by Virginia's Kelsey Wolfe were her most since scoring 18 in a 64-59 at Wake Forest on Jan. 30.

Virginia only had eight turnovers, with only two turnovers in the second half. Georgia Tech committed 12 turnovers.

Breyana Mason scored six points with three assists, three rebounds and three steals.


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