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Feb. 11, 2014

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Team Notes
• Virginia won its eighth consecutive game, its longest ACC win streak since 1982-83
• The Cavaliers’ 11-1 record marks their best ACC start since opening the 1981-82 season 12-1 in league play
• Virginia clinched its third straight 20-win season, marking the first time it has accomplished the feat since 1991-93
• The Cavaliers won their 15th consecutive home ACC game, the second-longest streak in school history (16 straight home ACC wins from 1980-1982)
• Virginia’s 15-game home ACC win streak is the longest active streak in the league (Duke has an active 14-game ACC home win streak)
• The Cavaliers extended their win streak to six games against Maryland, their longest in the series
• Virginia had the same starting lineup (Tobey, Harris, Brogdon, Perrantes, Mitchell) for the 12th consecutive game (extending the longest streak with the same starting lineup in the Tony Bennett era)
Akil Mitchell’s dunk just before halftime marked the fourth time in six ACC home games that UVa has scored at the first-half buzzer

Player Notes
Joe Harris (19 pts) scored in double figures for the 16th time this season (85th time in his career)
Akil Mitchell scored a season-high 13 points
Akil Mitchell scored in double figures for the fifth time this season (35th time in his career)
Malcolm Brogdon (14 pts) has scored in double figures in every ACC game (18th time this season overall, 23rd time in his career)
Joe Harris tied season highs with four 3-pointers and four assists

Virginia Career Record Book
Joe Harris (1,546 pts) moved into 14th place tie on Virginia’s career scoring list, passing Mike Scott (1,538 pts, 2008-12) and Richard Morgan (1,540 pts, 1986-89) and tying Travis Watson (1,546 pts, 2000-03)
Akil Mitchell (707 rebs) moved into 12th place on Virginia’s career rebounding list, passing Kenny Turner (706 rebs, 1988-91)
Joe Harris (237 3-pointers) moved into a second-place tie on Virginia’s career 3-pointer list, tying Harold Deane (237 3-pointers, 1994-97)

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