Postgame Notes

Jan. 19, 2011

Georgia Tech’s Win Tonight Gives The Yellow Jackets…

… a record of 8-8 overall, 2-2 in the ACC

… back-to-back victories, both against ACC opponents at home

… a 7-2 record at home

… a 34-36 all-time record vs. Wake Forest, including a 24-9 mark in Alexander Memorial Coliseum

… seven consecutive wins in Alexander Memorial Coliseum against the Deacons (last loss at home: Feb. 22, 2004)

… five wins in the last seven meetings with the Deacons

… an 11-12 mark vs. Wake Forest under coach Paul Hewitt

… a 553-190 all-time record in Alexander Memorial Coliseum

… a 186-152 record in 11 seasons under head coach Paul Hewitt

… an all-time record of 1,248-1,095 in 95 seasons of basketball

 

Team Notes

… Tech’s margin of victory was its largest ever in an ACC game, breaking its previous mark of 31 vs. Florida State in 2002 (see below)

… Tech’s previous largest victory margin, under coach Paul Hewitt, in an ACC game was 31 vs. Florida State in 2002

… Tech had its largest victory margin vs. Wake Forest (previously 21 on Jan. 28, 2010)

… The 39 points by Wake was the fewest allowed by Georgia Tech since holding Alabama State to 37 on Nov. 29, 2004

 

Tech’s Largest Victory Margin in an ACC Game

39 vs. Wake Forest (1-19-11)

31 vs. Florida State (1-30-02)

30 vs. Clemson (2-1-95)

27 vs. North Carolina (2-1-90)

27 vs. Virginia (1-19-01)

 

Fewest Points Allowed in an ACC Game

43 vs. Maryland (12-23-81)

43 vs. Maryland (2-19-85)

46 vs. Virginia (1-21-85)

46 vs. Florida State (1-30-02)

47 vs. Duke (2-3-82)

47 vs. NC State (1-15-84)

47 vs. Virginia (2-9-00)

 

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Kammeon Holsey, r-Fr.

… made his sixth consecutive start

 

Daniel Miller, r-Fr.

… has started all 17 games this season

 

Mo Miller, Sr.

… played in  his 101st career game tonight

… made his ninth consecutive start, and his 46th career start overall

 

Jason Morris, Fr.

… his second point was the 100th of his young career

… has made at least one three-point field goal in each of the last seven games

 

Brian Oliver, So.

… his first field goal attempt was the 400th of his career

… made his 93rd career three-point field goal, which ties Jarret Jack for the 17th-most in Tech history

 

Glen Rice, Jr., So.

… started for the sixth consecutive game; started for the 14th time this season, the 25th time in his career

… scored in double figures for the seventh consecutive game, and for the 13th time overall this season

… his fourth point was the 400th of his career

… scored 20-plus points for the second straight game and for the third time in the last six games

… is 16-of-32 from the field and is 8-of-12 from three-point range over the last two games

 

Iman Shumpert, Jr.

… scored 20-plus points for the second straight game and for the third time in the last five games

… made his 40th consecutive start and started for the 77th time overall

… scored in double figures for the 15th time in the last 16 games

… his 13th point tonight was the 900th of his career

… his sixth field goal was the 300th of his career

… is 20-of-35 from the field over the last two games combined

… has six steals over the last two games

… made his 89th career three-point field goal, passing Stephon Marbury for the 20th-most in Tech history

 

 

 

Assists/Career

9. 446, Bruce Dalrymple        1984-87

10. 410, Jim Thorne                                1969-71

11. 331, Iman Shumpert    2009-

12. 319, John Salley                               1983-86

13. 317, Jon Barry                  1991-92

14. 312, Maurice Miller        2008-

15. 289, Duane Ferrell            1985-88

      289, Matt Harpring          1995-98

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. 166, Iman Shumpert      2009-

10. 150, Dennis Scott             1988-90

11. 140, Brian Oliver              1987-90

12. 135, Jeremis Smith           2005-08

13. 129, Ismai’il Muhammad  2002-05

NR. 111, 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, Brian Oliver              2010-

17. 93, Jarrett Jack                 2003-05

19. 92, Fred Vinson                                1992, ‘94

20. 89, Iman Shumpert      2009-

21. 88, Stephon Marbury       1995

22. 83, Will Bynum                 2004-05

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