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Postgame Notes
Virginia 69, UNC Wilmington 67

Team Notes
• Virginia increased its winning streak to eight, the longest since an eight-game streak to start the 2003-04 season
• The Cavaliers are now 10-1 at home this season
• UVa finished its non-conference schedule with a 9-4 record
• Virginia turned a 10-point deficit into a 10-point lead with a 20-0 run in the first half
• UVa overcame a 10-point first-half deficit, tying a season best. UVa also came back from 10-point deficits against Cleveland State (11/25) and NC State (1/9)
• Virginia’s 20-consecutive points scored in the first half marked a season high; the previous high was 12 against Oral Roberts and Hampton (twice)
• UVa held UNC Wilmington scoreless for a span of 10 minutes, 34 seconds in the first half
• Virginia went 20-for-24 from the free-throw line and is now 73-for-86 (84.9 percent) in the last four games
• UVa recorded just one turnover in the first half but 10 in the second half

Individual Notes
• Sylven Landesberg (19 pts) scored in double figures for the 16th time this season (every game) and 39th time in his career
• Landesberg went 9-for-10 from the free throw. Both totals tie season highs for a Virginia player.
• Landesberg’s missed free throw in the final minute broke his streak of 27-consecutive free throws made
• Landesberg’s game-winning shot was the second of his career. He also hit the game winner with 13 seconds remaining in the 77-75 win over USF last season
• Landesberg has scored at least 18 points in each of the last six games
• Mike Scott (12 pts) scored in double figures for the 11th time this season and the 31st time in his career
• Sammy Zeglinski (10 pts) scored in double figures for the fifth straight game, 12th time this season and 22nd time in his career
• Zeglinski made two 3-pointers, the 11th consecutive game he has made at least two 3-pointers

Player Career Highs
• Jerome Meyinsse set a career high with 14 points. His previous career best was 12 vs. Elon (12/22/07). It was his first time in double figures this season
• Meyinsse tied a career high with 27 minutes played and also set career highs in free throws made (eight) and attempted (nine)
• Zeglinski tied a career high with eight rebounds
• Jontel Evans set a career best with 30 minutes of game time and tied a career high with three steals

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