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Feb. 24, 2018

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Team Notes
– Virginia improved to 26-2 and 15-1 ACC
– UVA clinched its fourth outright ACC title (3rd under head coach Tony Bennett & 8th overall league title)
– UVA won its school-record ninth consecutive ACC road contest (8-0 in 2017-18)
– UVA is 23-3 all-time in the 13 weeks as the top-ranked team
– UVA has a three-game winning streak vs. Pitt and is 14-4 all-time against the Panthers – UVA has won nine or more road games for the fourth time in school history
– UVA held its third opponent under 40 points (Wisconsin and Clemson) and is 21-0 under Bennett when holding foes under 40
– UVA improved to 12-0 when holding its opponent to fewer than 50 points
– UVA is an ACC-leading 34-19 (.642) on the road over the past six seasons
– Virginia limited its 27th opponent to less than 50 percent shooting (Pitt — 23.9%)
– UVA has held 22 opponents to 60 points or less
– Pitt started the game 0 of 10 from the floor, before making its first field goal at the 10-minute mark of the first half
– Pitt shot 1 of 22 from the field (4.5%) in the first half
– Pitt’s one first-half field goal tied the NCAA record for fewest made field goals in a half in the shot clock era (Harvard vs. Virginia on Dec. 21, 2014 & Savannah State vs. Kansas State on Jan. 7, 2008)
– The seven points scored by Pitt in the first half marked the lowest UVA has allowed in a half in the shot clock era (since 1986)

Player Notes
De’Andre Hunter had his first career double-double with 14 points and career-high 10 rebounds
Ty Jerome (13 points) reached double figures for the 13th time this season
Kyle Guy extended his made 3-pointer streak to 28 games, marking the third longest streak in UVA history
– Nigel Johnson had 12 points off the bench, most since a season-high 22 vs. Davidson (12/16/17

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