Georgia Tech Postgame Notes

March 21, 2010

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Georgia Tech Postgame Notes
March 21, 2010 vs. Ohio State

Georgia Tech’s Loss Today Gives The Yellow Jackets…
… a record of 23-13 overall
… a 23-16 all-time record in NCAA Tournament play
… a 7-6 record in NCAA Tournament play under Paul Hewitt
… a 1-2 record in NCAA Tournament play as the No. 10 seed
… a 5-1 all-time record in the Bradley Center
… a 9-7 all-time record when playing in the NCAA Midwest Regional
… a 3-11 all-time record vs. Ohio State, including an 0-3 record in NCAA Tournament play
… a 4-4 record in March
… a 3-4 record vs. nationally-ranked teams this season
… a 1-3 record vs. teams ranked in the top 10
… an all-time record of 1,239-1,087 in 95 seasons of basketball

Team Notes
… When Tech has 20-plus turnovers, the Yellow Jackets are now 5-4 on the season
… Tech shot better than 70 percent from the free throw line for the third straight game
… Tech out-rebounded its opponent for the fifth consecutive game
… Tech was not credited with a blocked shot for the first time since the second game of the season
Gani Lawal and Derrick Favors became the first duo in Tech history to record 300 single-season rebounds each in one season
… Tech shot 20 percent from three-point range for the second straight game and for the third time in the last four games

D’Andre Bell, Sr.
… made his 54th consecutive start and his 69th career start overall; also played in his 124th career game
… needed two steals today to reach 124 for his career, which ties Jon Barry for the 16th-most in Tech history

Derrick Favors, Fr.
… overcame a scoreless first half to score in double figures for the 11th consecutive game
… scored in double figures for the 27th game overall this season
… fouled out of a game for the first time in his career
… has played in all 36 games this season and started for the 35th time
… his first rebound today was his 300th of the season – only the 12th time in Tech history one player has recorded 300 boards

Gani Lawal, Jr.
… scored in double figures for the 18th time in his last 24 games
… scored in double figures for the 26th time this season, the 60th time in his career
… made his first two free throw attempts today, extending his streak to 6 straight without a miss before finally missing
… played in his 99th career game and started for the 91st time

Mo Miller, Jr.
… played in his 84th career game
… needed seven points tonight to reach 500 for his career

Brian Oliver, Fr.
… broke a streak of three consecutive games without making a three-point field goal
… has made two or more 3-point field goals in a game 16 times this season
… has made three or more 3-point field goals in a game 10 times, including twice in the postseason
… has played in all 36 career games

Zachery Peacock, Sr.
… entred tonight’s game with 1,003 career points
… played in his 122nd career game

Glen Rice, Fr.
… scored in double figures for the sixth time, the first time since March 2nd
… had career highs today for free throws made and free throws attempted
… made his 11th consecutive start

Brad Sheehan, Jr.
… scored his most points since Jan. 30th (vs. Kentucky State)

Iman Shumpert, So.
… his eight rebounds tied a season
… passed Duane Ferrell and Mario West on Tech’s all-time career steals list today (see below)
… has had four or more steals in a game five times this season, including today
… played in his 61st career game and started for the 60th time

Mfon Udofia, Fr.
… has played in all 36 career games
… came off the bench for the 11th consecutive game after starting games 1-25

Rebounds/Season
364, Jim Caldwell 1963-64
356, Rich Yunkus 1970-71
346, Jim Caldwell 1964-65
323, Rich Yunkus 1969-70
321, Malcolm Mackey 1990-91
316, Malcolm Mackey 1991-92
312, Alvin Jones 2000-01
306, Malcolm Mackey 1992-93
305, Gani Lawall 2009-10
303, Derrick Favors 2009-10
302, Matt Harpring 1997-98
302, Alvin Jones 1998-99
293, Matt Harpring 1995-96

Rebounds/Career
1,205, Malcolm Mackey 1990-93
1,075, Alvin jones 1998-01
997, Matt Harpring 1995-98
993, Jim Caldwell 1963-65
955, Rich Yunkus 1969-71
885, Tom Hammonds 1986-89
846, James Forrest 1992-95
798, John Salley 1983-86
762, Eddie Elisma 1994-97
744, Bruce Dalrymple 1984-87
740, Jim Wood 1974-77
712, Gani Lawal 2008-
708, Jeremis Smith 2005-08
704, Lenny Horton 1977-80

Blocked Shots/Season
141, Alvin Jones 1997-98
107, Alvin Jones 1998-99
101, Alvin Jones 2000-01
82, John salley 1984-85
76, Alvin Jones 1999-00
74, Derrick Favors 2009-10
67, John Salley 1983-84
67, Chris Bosh 2002-03
65, Matt Geiger 1991-92
65, Eddie Elisma 1995-96
61, Malcolm Mackey 1992-93
59, John Salley 1985-86
56, Luke Schenscher 2004-05
55, Alade Aminu 2008-09
54, Malcolm Mackey 1990-91
54, Eddie Elisma 1996-97
54, Luke Schenscher 2003-04
49, Gani Lawal 2009-10
46, Gani Lawal 2008-09

Free Throw Attempts/Season
241, Rich Yunkus 1970-71
223, Alvin Jones 2000-01
222, Gani Lawal 2009-10
221, Matt Harpring 1997-98
217, Rich Yunkus 1969-70
216, Bobby Kimmel 1956-57

Points/Career
30. 1,184, Sammy Drummer 1978-79
31. 1,167, Gani Lawal 2009-10
32. 1,154, Jim Caldwell 1963-65

Assists/Career
15. 285, Dennis Scott 1988-90
16. 274, Iman Shumpert 2009-
17. 267, Maurice Miller 2008-
18. 265, Phil Wagner 1966-68

Steals/Career
15. 125, Marvin Lewis 2001-04
16. 124, Jon Barry 1991-92
17. 123, D’Andre Bell 2006-
18. 122, Iman Shumpert 2009-
19. 119, Duane Ferrell 1985-88
19. 119, Mario West 2004-07

Blocked Shots/Career
5. 157, Luke Schenscher 2002-05
6. 127, Gani Lawal 2008-

14. 82, Ivano Newbill 1991-94
14. 82, Theodis Tarver 2003-06
16. 74, Derrick Favors 2010-
17. 72, Tom Hammonds 198

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