Virginia vs. Clemson - Postgame Notes
Feb. 15, 2014
Virginia Postgame Notes at Clemson
#17/16 Virginia 63, Clemson 58
Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014
The Cavaliers’ 12-1 record marks their best ACC start since opening the 1981-82 season 12-1 in league play.
Virginia has its first nine-game ACC winning streak since 1981-82.
Virginia gained its sixth ACC road win for the first time since 1982-83.
Virginia recorded its first win at Clemson since Jan. 28, 2007.
Virginia has 12 ACC wins for the first time since 1994-95 (12-4).
With 12 ACC wins, Virginia became the second ACC school to improve its ACC record in five consecutive seasons (Georgia Tech under Bobby Cremins from 1982-86).
Mike Tobey’s tip-in at the halftime buzzer marked the fifth time UVa has accomplished the feat in ACC play and sixth overall.
Virginia had the same starting lineup (Perrantes, Brogdon, Harris, Mitchell and Tobey) for the 13th consecutive game (extending the longest streak with the same starting lineup in the Tony Bennett era).
The starting lineup up Perrantes, Brogdon, Harris, Mitchell and Tobey is 16-1.
Mike Tobey (14 pts) reached double figures for the ninth time this season (18th career).
Joe Harris (16 pts) scored in double figures for the 17th time this season (86th time in his career).
Anthony Gill (12 pts) scored in double figures for the ninth time this season.
Malcolm Brogdon (14 pts) has scored in double figures in all 13 ACC games (19th time this season overall, 24th time in his career).
Virginia Career Record Book
Joe Harris (1,562 pts) moved past Travis Watson (1,546 pts, 2000-03) into sole possession of 14th place on Virginia’s career scoring list
Harris (241 3-pointers) moved past Harold Deane (237 3-pointers, 1994-97) into sole possession of second place on Virginia’s career 3-pointer list