Georgia Tech Postgame Notes

March 11, 2010

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Georgia Tech’s Win Tonight Gives The Yellow Jackets…
… a record of 20-11 overall
… 20 wins in a season for the 14th time in school history and for the fourth time under Paul Hewitt
… an opening-round AC Tournament win for the third consecutive year
… a 22-27 all-time record in the ACC Tournament, including a 7-9 mark under Hewitt
… a 2-1 record as the ACC Tournament’s No. 7 seed
… an 8-17 all-time record in the Greensboro Coliseum, including a 6-12 mark in ACC Tournament games
… a 174-142 record in 10 seasons under Paul Hewitt
… a 23-60 all-time record vs. North Carolina
… three consecutive wins over the Tar Heels for the first time since 1993-94
… three wins over the Tar Heels in one season for the first time since 1984-85
… a 5-4 record vs. the Tar Heels in ACC Tournament play including a 2-1 mark in Greensboro
… a 9-11 record vs. North Carolina under Hewitt
… a 1-2 record in March
… a 3-8 record this season when trailing at halftime
… an all-time record of 1,236-1,085 in 95 seasons of basketball

Team Notes
… Georgia Tech won an ACC Tournament game in which it scored less than 70 points for the first time since 1993
… Tech held an opponent to less than 40 percent shooting for the first time since Feb. 13 (vs. Wake Forest)
… Tech was out-rebounded for the third time in the last four games

D’Andre Bell, Sr.
… made his 49th consecutive start and his 64th career start overall
… needed five steals entering tonight’s game to pass Jon Barry (124 steals) for 16th place on Tech’s all-time career steals list

Derrick Favors, Fr.
… connected on his first seven field goal attempts before finally missing with just over 5 minutes remaining
… scored in double figures for the sixth straight game (has scored at least 13 points in six straight games)
… scored in double figures for the 22nd time this season
… has blocked four-plus shots in each of his last three games
… entered tonight’s game with 61 blocked shots, needing six more to pass Jason Collier and Chris Bosh on Tech’s all-time CAREER blocked shots list
… has played in all 31 games this season and has started 30 times

Gani Lawal, Jr.
… scored in double figures for the 23rd time this season and the 57th time in his career
… entered tonight’s game with 1,105 points, needing 32 to pass Jim Nolan for 32nd on Tech’s all-time career scoring list
… entered tonight’s game with 672 career rebounds, needing nine to pass Duane Ferrell for 15th place on Tech’s all-time career rebounds list
… played in his 94th career game and started for the 86th time

Mo Miller, Jr.
… played in his 79th career game

Brian Oliver, Fr. … has played in all 31 career games

Zachery Peacock, Sr.
… entered tonight’s game with 975 career points

Glen Rice, Fr.
… has made at least one three-point field goal in seven consecutive games
… has made at least two three-point field goals in three straight games
… made his sixth consecutive start

Iman Shumpert, So.
… his second three-point field goal gave him seven over the last two games combined
… has made two or more three-point field goals in a game eight times this season
… his first rebound tonight was the 200th of his career
… made his 18th consecutive start and his 55th career start overall
… had double-figure field goal attempts for the fifth consecutive game (just the 8th time all season)

Mfon Udofia, Fr.
… has played in all 31 career games


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