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Dec. 30, 2014

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Team Notes
• The Cavaliers extended their home-court winning streak to 18 games (17 of the 18 victories during the streak have been by double digits)
• The 18-game home winning streak is the eighth-longest active streak in the nation
• Virginia opens a season 12-0 for the first time since 1981-82
• The Cavaliers went undefeated in regular season non-conference play for the fourth time in school history (1978, 1982, 2001)
• Virginia completed the 2014 calendar year with a 33-3 record, a school record for wins in a calendar year (32 wins in 1981)
• Davidson’s 12-point lead (29-17) in the first half marked the first time Virginia trailed by double-digits this season
• Rallying from down 12 points to win marked Virginia’s biggest comeback since rallying from down 17 points in a 61-58 overtime win over Maryland on Mar. 10, 2013
• Virginia rallied to win after trailing at the half for the third time this season (George Washington, Rutgers)

Player Notes
• Anthony Gill (25 points, 13 rebs) had this second career double-double (both this season)
• Gill posted Virginia’s first 20-10 game since Mike Scott vs. NC State (23 pts, 10 rebs) in the 2012 ACC Tournament
• Gill’s 25 points are the most by a Cavalier since Joe Harris scored 36 points vs. Duke on Feb. 28, 2013
• Gill scored in double figures for the ninth time this season
• Darion Atkins (13 points, 10 rebs) posted his first career double-double
• Atkins’ 13 points are a season high and mark his first double-figure game of the season (seventh of his career)
• Virginia had two players with a double-double for the first time since March 9, 2012 vs. NC State (Mike Scott and Akil Mitchell)
• Malcolm Brogdon (16 points) scored in double figures for the ninth time this season (43rd time in his career)
• Justin Anderson (14 points) scored in double figures for the 10th time this season (37th time in his career)

Player Career Highs
• Anthony Gill scored a career high 25 points
• Gill had a career-high 13 rebounds
• Malcolm Brogdon made a career-high 12 free throws (12-12)

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