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Postgame Notes
Virginia 75, No. 17 Arizona 72

Team Notes
Virginia used the same starting lineup (Jones, Diane, Joseph, Pettinella, Singletary) for the third consecutive game
The Cavaliers have won their last four games against teams ranked in the AP Top 25 (W 64-63 at No. 19 Clemson, Jan. 28, 2007; W 68-66 (ot) vs. No. 8 Duke, Feb. 1, 2007; W 69-56 vs. No. 21 Virginia Tech, Mar. 1, 2007)
Virginia won its ever game at a Pac-10 school (now 1-4 alltime)
The Cavaliers are now 9-8 overall against Pac-10 opponents

Individual Notes

Sean Singletary has now scored in double figures in 25 consecutive games, the longest active streak in the ACC
Sean Singletary, with 24 points tonight, has now scored 20 or more points in 29 career games
Sean Singletary moved into 15th place on Virginia’s career scoring list with 1,492, moving past Othell Wilson (1,469) and Donald Hand (1486)
Sean Singletary moved into seventh place on Virginia’s career assist list with 407, moving past Cory Alexander (401)
Sean Singletary moved into ninth place on Virginia’s career free throws made list with 407, moving past J.R. Reynolds (402)
Sean Singletary (24 points), Jeff Jones (15) and Jamil Tucker (12) had season-highs for points
Laurynas Mikalauskas (6 rebounds) and Jamil Tucker (4) had season-highs for rebounds

Player Career Highs
Jamil Tucker tied a career-high with 12 points
Jamil Tucker set a new career-high with five made field goals
Mamadi Diane tied a career-high with three blocks

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