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March 10, 2018

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Team Notes
– Virginia captured its third ACC Tournament title (1976 and 2018 vs. North Carolina and 2014 vs. Duke) – Virginia has won a school-record 31 games
– The Cavaliers captured the ACC regular-season and tournament titles for the second time (2014 and 2018)
– UVA ended its seven-game postseason losing streak vs. North Carolina, posting its first win against the Tar Heels in the ACC Tournament since 1990
– UVA is 4-13 against UNC in the ACC Tournament
– The Cavaliers own an eight-game winning streak and three-game winning streak vs. North Carolina
– UVA is 28-3 all-time record as the No. 1 team in the nation
– UVA is 8-1 record at Barclays Center (5-0 this season)
– UVA improved to 41-62 all-time at the ACC Tournament
– UVA is 5-1 vs. ranked opponents
– UVA led 34-30 at the half and improved to 28-0 when leading after the first 20 minutes
– Virginia limited its 31st opponent to less than 50 percent shooting (North Carolina – 40.8%)
– UVA matched a season low with four turnovers
– UVA went 20 of 22 (90.9%) from the free throw line
– UVA tied a season high with 20 made free throws
– UVA shot 50 percent or better from 3-point range for the sixth time this season

Player Notes
Kyle Guy (16 points) led UVA in scoring for the 14th time, reaching double figures for the 27th time
– Guy (two 3-pointers) moved into fifth on the UVA single-season 3-pointer list with 83
Devon Hall (15 points) reached double figures for the 23rd time
Ty Jerome (12 points) reached double figures for the 17th time
De’Andre Hunter (10 points) reached double figures for the 16th time
Isaiah Wilkins played in his 131st career game at UVA, tying him with Bryant Stith for 10th on the all-time list
– ACC Tournament MVP Guy was joined on the all-tournament first team by Hall, while Jerome was named to the second team

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