Postgame Notes

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March 24, 2013

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Virginia 68, St. John's 50
NIT 2nd Round

Team Notes

• Virginia hosted its single-season, school-record 21st home game, surpassing 20 home games in 2007-08.

• Virginia hosts Iowa in the NIT quarterfinals on Wednesday, March 27 at 7 p.m.

• Virginia improves to 17-10 all-time in the NIT

• The Cavaliers' 23 wins are their most since winning 25 in 1994-95

• The Cavaliers extended their home winning streak to 19 games (JPJA record), their longest home winning streak since the school-record 34 game home winning streak (1980-83)

• Virginia's 20 home wins this season (20-1) are a school record

• Virginia has increased its win total in each of the last four seasons (15 in 2009-10,

16 in 2010-11, 22 in 2011-12 and 23 in 2012-13).

• Cavalier freshmen scored the team's first 11 points of the game and 24 of the team's 32 first half points

Player Notes

Akil Mitchell (305 rebounds this season) reached the 300-rebound mark for the season, just the eighth time a Cavalier has accomplished the feat (Ralph Sampson [4 times], Bob Mortell, Travis Watson, Norm Carmichael)

Justin Anderson (18 pts) scored in double figures for the 11th time this season

Mike Tobey (10 pts) scored in double figures for the eighth time this season

Taylor Barnette (13 pts) scored in double figures for the first time this season

• Mitchell (9 rebs) led the team in rebounding for the 27th time this season

Player Career Highs

Taylor Barnette had a career-high 13 points

• Barnette tied a career high with three 3-pointers

Justin Anderson had a career-high 18 points

• Anderson set career highs in made free throws (9) and attempted (10)

Record Book Updates

Joe Harris (1,244 points) moved into 28th place on Virginia's career scoring list, passing Billy Langloh (1,240 pts, 1974-77) and Tom Sheehey (1,241 pts, 1984-87)

Akil Mitchell (305 rebounds) moved into seventh place on Virginia's single-season rebounding list, passing Norm Carmichael (1967-68)