Post-Game Notes

Dec. 11, 2010

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Georgia Tech’s Win Today Gives The Yellow Jackets…

… a 5-4 overall record

… an end to their three-game winning streak

… a 4-1 record at home

… a 1-0 all-time record vs. Savannah State

… 550 all-time victories in Alexander Memorial Coliseum (550-189)

… a 182-148 record in 11 seasons under head coach Paul Hewitt

… a 1-1 record in December; a 44-24 record in December under Hewitt

… a 4-1 record when leading at halftime; a 145-33 record when leading at the half under Hewitt

… an all-time program record of 1,244-1,091 in 95 seasons of basketball

 

Team Notes

… Reminder: the Fordham game on Dec. 27th will be at noon, not 1 p.m.

… Tech had a season-low for turnovers (previously 11, two times)

… Tech forced more than 20 opponent turnovers for the third time this season

… Tech shot its lowest three-point field goal percentage since shooting 13.6 percent in the season opener vs. Charleston Southern

… Tech was out-rebounded for just the third time this season – and by its biggest margin since -12 in the season opener

… Tech produced double-digit steals for the fifth time this season

 

Daniel Miller, r-Fr.

… scored a career high

… had career highs for field goals made (previously 4) and attempted (previously 7)

… had career highs for free throws made (previously 2) and free throws attempted (previously 4)

… scored in double figures for the second time in his young career (also vs. Albany)

… has blocked at least two shots six times

 

Mo Miller, Sr.

… made his first start today for the first time since the 2009 ACC Tournament vs. Florida State

… played in his 93rd career game and started for the 38th time

… recorded his 100th career steal today

… entered today’s game 12 assists shy of 300 for his career

 

Brian Oliver, So.

… scored in double figures for the second straight game, for the seventh time overall this season, and for the 16th time in his career

… had career highs for free throws made (previously 4) and free throws attempted (previously 4)

… has more assists over his last two games (career-high 5 vs. Georgia) than during any two-game stretch of his career

… played in his 45th career game and started for the 14th time

 

Glen Rice, Jr., So.

… his streak of 19 consecutive games started came to an end today

 

Iman Shumpert, Jr.

… recorded his second double-double of the season

… scored in double figures for the eighth straight game and for the 36th time overall in his career

… started for the 69th time in is career and for the 31st consecutive game

… played in his 70th career game

… eclipsed 750 career points today (had 743 entering today’s game)

 

Lance Storrs, Sr.

… needed 12 minutes played to reach 1,000 for his career

… played in his 78th career game

… entered today three 3-point field goals shy of 50 for his career and two rebounds shy of 100 for his career

 

Mfon Udofia, So.

… scored in double figures for the fourth time this season (1st time since Nov. 19 vs. Niagara) and for the 13th time in his career

… had a career high for steals (previously 3)

… his third assist tied a season high

… had a season high for three-point field goals made

… played in his 44th career game and started for the 34th time

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Assists/Career

9. 446, Bruce Dalrymple        1984-87

10. 410, Jim Thorne                                1969-71

11. 319, John Salley                               1983-86

12. 317, Jon Barry                  1991-92

13. 304, Iman Shumpert    2009-

14. 289, Duane Ferrell            1985-88

      289, Matt Harpring          1995-98

16. 287, Maurice Miller        2008-

17. 285, Dennis Scott             1988-90

 

Steals/Career

6. 176, Matt Harpring            1995-98

7. 173, Tony Akins                 1999-02

8. 168, Kenny Anderson        1990-91

9. 150, Dennis Scott                               1988-90

10. 146, Iman Shumpert    2009-

11. 140, Brian Oliver              1987-90

12. 135, Jeremis Smith           2005-08

13. 129, Ismai’il Muhammad  2002-05

NR. 100, Maurice Miller       2008-

 

3-Point Field Goals/Career

14. 113, Kenny Anderson      1990-91

15. 108, T.J. Vines                  1998-01

16. 105, Brian Oliver              1987-90

17. 93, Jarrett Jack                 2003-05

18. 92, Fred Vinson                                1992, ‘94

19. 88, Stephon Marbury       1995

20. 85, Brian Oliver              2010-

21. 83, Will Bynum                 2004-05

NR. 76, Iman Shumpert     2009-

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