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March 9, 2018

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Team Notes
– Virginia improved to 30-2 and secured its fourth 30-win season in school history (1982, 2014, 2015, 2018)
– The Cavaliers advanced to the ACC Tournament final for the ninth time (3rd time under Tony Bennett) and seek their third ACC Tournament title on Saturday
– UVA has an eight-game winning streak vs. the Tigers
– UVA has a seven-game winning streak overall
– UVA is 27-3 all-time in the 16 weeks as the top-ranked team
– The Cavaliers improved to 7-1 all-time at Barclays Center (4-0 this season)
– UVA improved to 40-62 all-time at the ACC Tournament
– Virginia limited its 31st opponent to less than 50 percent shooting (Clemson — 34.7%)
– UVA held its 24th opponent to 60 or fewer points
– UVA led 32-23 at the half and improved to 27-0 when leading at halftime
– UVA went on a 16-0 run and held Clemson scoreless for 8:25 during the first half
– UVA held Clemson without a field goal for the 9:54 spanning halftime, marking a season high (9:28 vs. Monmouth)
– UVA went on a 10-0 run in the second half
– UVA out-rebounded Clemson 37-32 to improve to 19-0 when out-rebounding its opponent
– UVA owned a 21-5 advantage in bench scoring

Player Notes
Kyle Guy (15 points) led UVA in scoring for the 13th time, reaching double figures for the 26th time
– Guy’s 81 3-pointers are tied for seventh on the UVA single-season list with Roger Mason, Jr.
– Guy’s 81 3-pointers are the most at UVA since Mason, Jr.’s 81 in 2001-02
Ty Jerome tallied a career-high 10 assists
Mamadi Diakite had 10 points and has scored nine or more points in five of the last six games
Devon Hall (10 points) reached double figures for the 22nd time
– Hall matched a season high with three steals
Isaiah Wilkins had five rebounds to move into 17th on UVA’s all-time rebounding list with 623

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