Video: Highlights from #11 UVA win over Wake Forest

London Perrantes fought through bruised ribs to score a team-high 24 points, leading #11 UVA to a 79-62 win over Wake Forest on Sunday.

 

Team Notes: UVA

  • Virginia is 65-70 all-time against Wake Forest (won six of last seven)
  • Virginia is 145-38 in 11 seasons at JPJ, including 107-22 under Tony Bennett and 72-7 over the past five seasons
  • Virginia is 36-2 in ACC home games over the last five seasons
  • The Cavs are 87-5 when scoring at least 70 points under Tony Bennett
  • Virginia is 10-0 this season when out-rebounding its opponent
  • Virginia held Wake Forest to 29 points in the first half, the 13th time UVA has limited an opponent to fewer than 30 points in the first half this year
  • The ‘Hoos trailed 29-28 at the half and is 2-1 this year when trailing at intermission
  • UVA blocked a season-high eight shots

 

Player Notes
: UVA

  • London Perrantes made his 115th career start, ninth all-time at Virginia
  • Perrantes scored a season-high 24 points, the second most in his career and two shy of his career high
  • Perrantes’ scoring output was the most by a Cavalier this year (Kyle Guy, 20 vs. Grambling State)
  • Marial Shayok matched a career high with 17 points and reached double figures for the third straight game
  • Devon Hall (13 points) reached double figures for the fourth straight game and the fifth time in the last six games
  • Hall also had eight rebounds and is averaging seven boards per game in ACC play
  • Isaiah Wilkins blocked a career-high five shots
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