Georgia Tech Game Notes: vs. Virginia Tech - March 10, 2011

March 10, 2011

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Georgia Tech’s Loss Tonight Gives The Yellow Jackets…
… a final record of 13-18 overall (5-11 ACC)
… a 2-2 record on neutral courts
… no ACC championships since 1993
… a 24-29 all-time record in ACC Tournament play
… an 8-14 all-time record in the Greensboro Coliseum
… an 0-3 record in ACC Tournament play as the No. 11 seed
… a 4-12 all-time record vs. Virginia Tech
… a 1-1 all-time record vs. Virginia Tech in ACC Tournament play
… a 1-2 record vs. the Hokies this season
… five losses in their last six meetings with the Hokies
… a 190-162 record in 11 seasons under head coach Paul Hewitt
… a 9-11 record in ACC Tournament play under Hewitt
… a 2-1 record in March
… an all-time record of 1,251-1,105 in program history

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Team Notes
… Tech scored a season low (previously 52 points vs. Charleston Southern)
… Tech had a season low with four free throws made
… Tech had a season low for assists (5)
… Tech tied a season low with 17 field goals made
… Tech faced its largest halftime deficit (17 points) since Nov. 30 at Northwestern (18 points)
… Tech scored its fewest points against Virginia Tech since losing to the Hokies 15-31 in 1921

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Daniel Miller, r-Fr.
… has started all 31 games this season
… his 67 blocked shots this season tied for the seventh-most single-season blocks in Tech history

Mo Miller, Sr.
… played in his 115th career game tonight
… made his 23rd consecutive start and his 60th career start overall

Jason Morris, Fr.
… has played in all 31 career games

Brian Oliver, So.
… returned to action for the first time since the Feb. 5 Clemson game
… played in his 58th career game
… entered tonight’s game 18 points shy of 500 career points
… entered tonight’s game one three-point field goal shy of his 100th career three-pointer

Glen Rice, Jr., So.
… played in his 66th career game
… entered tonight’s game 27 points shy of 600 career points
… scored in double figures for the 21st time this season, but for the first time since the March 3 Wake Forest game
… has made at least two 3-point field goals in a game 13 times this season

Iman Shumpert, Jr.
… made his 54th consecutive start and started for the 91st time overall
… has scored in double figures in every game but two this season (vs. Charleston Southern and at Clemson)
… his fourth steal gave him 15 steals over the last three games combined

Lance Storrs, Sr.
… made his seventh consecutive start and his 10th career start overall
… played in his 95th career game

Mfon Udofia, So.
… played in his 66th career game

Points/Career27. 1253, Drew Barry    1993-9628. 1189, Phil Wagner   1966-6828. 1189, Terry Randall 1957-5930. 1184, Sammy Drummer 1978-7931. 1167, Gani Lawal   2008-1032. 1166, Iman Shumpert     2009-32. 1154, Jim Caldwell  1963-6534. 1136, Jim Nolan     1946-49

Assists/Career 8. 454, Kenny Anderson 1990-91 9. 446, Bruce Dalrymple 1984-87 10. 410, Jim Thorne 1969-71 11. 382, Iman Shumpert 2009- 12. 342, Maurice Miller 2008- 13. 319, John Salley 1983-86 14. 317, Jon Barry 1991-92 15. 289, Duane Ferrell 1985-88 15. 289, Matt Harpring 1995-98

Steals/Career 1. 240, Mark Price 1983-86 2. 227, Bruce Dalrymple 1984-87 3. 217, Travis Best 1992-95 4. 207, Iman Shumpert 2009- 5. 193, Drew Barry 1993-96 6. 183, Jarrett Jack 2003-05 7. 176, Matt Harpring 1995-98 8. 173, Tony Akins 1999-02 9. 168, Kenny Anderson 1990-91 10. 150, Dennis Scott 1988-90 11. 140, Brian Oliver 1987-90 12. 135, Jeremis Smith 2005-08 13. 130, Maurice Miller 2008- 14. 129, Ismai’il Muhammad 2002-05

3-Point Field Goals/Career 11. 169, Jason Floyd 1997-00 12. 140, Shaun Fein 2000-01 13. 133, Michael Maddox 1995-98 14. 113, Kenny Anderson 1990-91 15. 111, Iman Shumpert 2009- 16. 108, T.J. Vines 1998-01 17. 105, Brian Oliver 1987-90 18. 99, Brian Oliver 2010- 19. 93, Jarrett Jack 2003-05 20. 92, Fred Vinson 1992, `94 21. 88, Stephon Marbury 1995 22. 83, Will Bynum 2004-05

3-Point Field Goal Attempts/Career 12. 368, Shaun Fein 2000-01 13. 364, Iman Shumpert 2009- 14. 353, Michael Maddox 1995-98 15. 325, T.J. Vines 1998-01 16. 302, Kenny Anderson 1990-91 17. 292, Brian Oliver 2010-

Free Throws / Season 7. 155, Kenny Anderson 1991 8. 154, Jarrett Jack 2004 9. 147, Brian Oliver 1990 10. 143, Bobby Kimmel 1957 11. 141, Iman Shumpert 2011 12. 138, Matt Harpring 1996

Steals / Season 1. 89, Kenny Anderson 1991 2. 85, Iman Shumpert 2011 3. 79, Kenny Anderson 1990 4. 74, Jarrett Jack 2004 5. 71, Jon Barry 1992 6. 70, Bruce Dalrymple 1986 7. 70, Dion Glover 1998 8. 66, Mark Price 1985 9. 65, Bruce Dalrymple 1986 9. 65, Drew Barry 1996 9. 65, Javaris Crittenton 2007

Blocked Shots / Season 5. 76, Alvin Jones 2000 6. 74, Derrick Favors 2010 7. 67, John Salley 1984 7. 67, Chris Bosh 2003 7. 67, Daniel Miller 2011 10. 65, Matt Geiger 1992 10. 65, Eddie Elisma 1996

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