2010-11 Virginia Basketball Postgame Notes
January 29, 2011
Wake Forest 76, Virginia 71
• The loss was the second in a row and the fifth in the last six games for Virginia.
• It’s just the second time under head coach Tony Bennett that Virginia has lost a game when scoring at least 70 points (now 17-2).
• Virginia shot 50 percent (28-56) from the field, marking the sixth time this season the Cavaliers have shot 50 percent or better from the field in a game. It’s the first time this season UVa has lost when shooting 50 percent or better from the field.
• Virginia had five players score in double figures in a game for the first time since defeating Boston College in the first round of last year’s Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament on March 11, 2010.
• Wake Forest had six players score in double figures in the game, marking the first time a UVa opponent had as many as six players in double figures in scoring since Xavier had seven players score in double figures in a victory over the Cavaliers on January 3, 2008.
• The Cavaliers have lost the last six games in the series with Wake Forest and the last nine games in Winston-Salem, N.C.
• Assane Sene led Virginia with 15 points and 13 rebounds, the first double-double of his career.
• Assane Sene had double figure rebounds for the second consecutive game, the fourth time this season and the ninth time in his career.
• Assane Sene scored in double figures for the second time this season and the second time in his career.
•Mustapha Farrakhan scored in double figures for the seventh time in the last eight games, the 15th time this season and the 29th time in his career.
• Joe Harris scored in double figures for the 11th time this season.
• Jontel Evans scored in double figures for the fifth time this season and the fifth time in this career.
• Sammy Zeglinski scored in double figures for the second time this season and the 28th time in his career.
Player Career Highs
• Assane Sene scored a career-high 15 points. He also had career highs for field goals made (6) and field goals attempted (10), and tied career highs for minutes played (33) and free throws attempted (8).
• Jontel Evans tied a career high for field goals made (5).
• Joe Harris tied his career high with 37 minutes played.