Post-Game Notes

March 6, 2011

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Georgia Tech’s Win Today Gives The Yellow Jackets…

… a final regular season record of 13-17 overall, 5-11 in the ACC

… a 10-6 record at home, 4-4 in the ACC

… a 2-0 record in March

… an all-time record of 556-194 in Alexander Memorial Coliseum

… a 190-161 record in 11 seasons under head coach Paul Hewitt

… a 6-7 all-time record vs. Miami (4-2 in Alexander Memorial Coliseum)

… a 4-6 record vs. Miami under Paul Hewitt

… an all-time record of 1,251-1,104 in program history

 

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Team Notes

… Georgia Tech’s opening-round opponent in the ACC Tournament Thursday night will be Virginia Tech

… Tech has produced 34 steals over the last two games combined

… Each of the last seven GT-Miami games have been decided by less than 10 points

… Tech shot less than 70 percent from the free throw line for the fifth consecutive game

… Tech’s bench produced just one point today

 

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Daniel Miller, r-Fr.

… has started all 30 games this season

… had his 17th game with at least two blocked shots

… his 66 blocked shots are the ninth-most single-season blocks in Tech history

 

Mo Miller, Sr.

… scored in double figures for the second straight game and the fourth time in the last five games

… played in  his 11th career game tonight

… made his 22nd consecutive start and his 59th career start overall

… his third steal gave him six steals over the last two games combined

… moved up to 13th on Tech’s all-time steals list with 130 career thefts

 

Jason Morris, Fr.

… scored in double figures for the second straight game, the third time in four games, and for the sixth time overall this season

… his third three-point field goal matched a career high

… his fifth three-point attempt tied a career high

… started for the fourth consecutive game

… has played in all 30 career games

 

Glen Rice, Jr., So.

… played in his 65th career game

 

Iman Shumpert, Jr.

… his second steal today was the 200th of his career – just the fourth player in Tech history with 200 pilfers

… his 81 steals are the second-most single-season steals in Georgia Tech history – he needs eight to tie Kenny Anderson’s record

… made his 53rd consecutive start and started for the 90th time overall

… has scored in double figures in every game but two this season (vs. Charleston Southern and at Clemson)

… with 1,154 career points, Shumpert is now tied for 32nd in Tech scoring history with Jim Caldwell (not the Colts’ head coach)

… moved up to 15th on Tech’s all-time career three-point field goals list with 109

 

Lance Storrs, Sr.

… scored a career high (previously 14 points vs. Winston-SalemState on Nov. 14, 2008)

… scored in double figures for the first time this season

… had career highs for field goals made (previously 4) and field goals attempted (previously 10)

… had career highs for three-point field goals (previously 3, three times, all non-ACC opponents) and three-point attempts (previously 7 vs. Virginia earlier this season)

… had more three-point field goals today than he had in his previous nine games combined

… has made at least one three-pointer in four consecutive games

… had a season-high for steals (entered today’s game with four steals for the season)

… his seventh rebound tied a career high

… recorded his first blocked shot since his sophomore season

… made his sixth consecutive start and his ninth career start overall

… played in his 94th career game

 

Mfon Udofia, So.

… played in his 65th career game

 

 

Points/Career

30. 1184, Sammy Drummer    1978-79

31. 1167, Gani Lawal              2008-10

32. 1154, Iman Shumpert  2009-

32. 1154, Jim Caldwell           1963-65

34. 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. 380, Iman Shumpert    2009-

12. 340, Maurice Miller        2008-

13. 319, John Salley                               1983-86

14. 317, Jon Barry                  1991-92

15. 289, Duane Ferrell            1985-88

      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. 203, 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. 109, 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. 359, Iman Shumpert    2009-

14. 353, Michael Maddox       1995-98

15. 325, T.J. Vines                  1998-01

16. 302, Kenny Anderson      1990-91

17. 288, Brian Oliver            2010-

 

 

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