Postgame Notes: Virginia at Syracuse
March 2, 2015
Virginia Game Notes
No. 2 Virginia 59, Syracuse 47
Monday, March 2, 2015
- Virginia has its best start in school history at 28-1.
- The Cavaliers clinched their second consecutive ACC regular season title outright and No. 1 seed in the ACC Tournament.
- Virginia became the first ACC school to win 16 league games in back-to-back seasons.
- Virginia became the fourth ACC school in history to claim back-to-back outright ACC regular season titles joining Duke, North Carolina and NC State.
- The Cavaliers have seven ACC regular season titles (three outright).
- Virginia has a school-record 11 true road wins.
- The Cavaliers have a nine-game winning streak.
- Virginia posted it first win vs. the Orange in Syracuse and a two-game winning streak in the series.
- Virginia is 15-2 in ACC road games over the past two seasons, marking the most road wins in the conference over that period.
- UVa’s current 11-game road winning streak ranks first nationally.
- Virginia has 81 wins during a three-year span, its most since winning 88 games from 1981-83.
- Virginia’s scoring drought of 8:14 to start the game was its second longest of the season (9:14 at Virginia Tech on Jan. 25).
- Malcolm Brogdon (10 points) scored in double figures for the 23rd time this season (57th career).
- Mike Tobey (10 points) scored in double figures for the ninth time this season (29th career).
- London Perrantes (10 points) scored in double figures for the sixth time this season (11th career).
- Anthony Gill (17 points) scored in double figures for the sixth consecutive game and the 19th time this season (35th career).
- Perrantes (10 points, 10 assists) had UVa’s first points and assists double-double since Sean Singletary vs. Old Dominion (March 24, 2008).
Player Career Highs
- Perrantes had a career-high 10 assists.