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Feb. 25, 2015

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Team Notes

  • The 36-point victory was the Cavaliers’ largest winning margin in the series since an 80-16 victory in 1914
  • Virginia clinched a top-two finish in the ACC regular season standings
  • At 26-1, Virginia ties its best 27-game start in school history (also started 26-1 in 1981-82)
  • Virginia snapped its 10-game losing streak at Wake Forest, spanning back to the 1999-2000 season
  • The Cavaliers swept the season series with Wake Forest for the first time since 1988-89
  • Virginia won its 10th true road game of the season, tying the school record set in 1981 and 1982
  • The Cavaliers won their 10th consecutive true road game, tying Gonzaga for the longest active streak in the nation
  • Wake’s 15 first-half points marked the 17th time this season Virginia has allowed under 20 points in a half (sixth time in ACC play)
  • Virginia held Wake Forest without a field goal for a 9:23 span of the second half, the ninth time this season the Cavaliers have held an opponent without a field goal for a span of at least nine minutes

Player Notes

  • Anthony Gill (11 points) scored in double figures for the fourth consecutive game and the 17th time this season (33rd time in his Virginia career)
  • Darion Atkins (10 points) scored in double figures for the fourth time this season (10th time in his career)
  • Maleek Frazier scored his first career points
  • Evan Nolte had a season-high six rebounds
  • Marial Shayok made his first career start

Player Career Highs

Career Record Book

  • Malcolm Brogdon (1,022 pts) moved into 43rd place on Virginia’s career scoring list, tying Mamadi Diane (1,022 pts, 2006-09)
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