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CBB : ATS Matchup
Friday 3/22/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
GARDNER WEBB
 
VIRGINIA
+22.5  

-22.5  


128
 
56
Final
71

GARDNER WEBB (23 - 11) vs. VIRGINIA (29 - 3)
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Friday, 3/22/2019 3:10 PM
NCAA Tournament - First Round - Colonial Life Arena - Columbia, SC
Board OpenLatest
801GARDNER WEBB131129.5
802VIRGINIA-24.5-21.5
ADVANCED TEAM STATS
GARDNER WEBB - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games23-11+817-1316-1578.336.348.8%34.470.532.141.2%35.1
Road Games10-11+112-812-975.433.448.0%31.676.535.044.7%34.9
Last 5 Games5-0+6.65-03-274.835.850.8%35.065.027.640.1%33.0
GARDNER WEBB Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)78.336.327-5648.8%8-2039.1%15-2271.1%34714167123
vs opponents surrendering75.335.627-5944.9%9-2535.1%14-1970.8%36914177133
Team Stats (Road Games)75.433.426-5448.0%7-2036.3%16-2272.8%32612176122
Stats Against (All Games)70.532.125-6041.2%9-2732.7%12-1772.1%35913176133
vs opponents averaging70.633.125-5842.7%8-2533.8%13-1870.9%35913186143
Stats Against (Road Games)76.535.027-6144.7%10-2735.8%13-1774.8%35915186123

VIRGINIA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games29-3+9.823-916-1671.835.347.8%34.655.125.838.0%29.7
Road Games14-2+813-39-769.632.947.7%33.857.528.239.9%31.6
Last 5 Games4-1-13-24-172.033.048.8%28.859.030.041.3%32.2
VIRGINIA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
 PPGHalfFGM-APctFGM-APCTFTM-APctTotOffAstPFStlTOBk
Team Stats (All Games)71.835.326-5447.8%8-2140.9%12-1674.6%3581415694
vs opponents surrendering69.432.425-5842.1%8-2333.1%13-1870.8%35913186133
Team Stats (Road Games)69.632.926-5447.7%8-2038.8%10-1568.4%3471315584
Stats Against (All Games)55.125.820-5238.0%6-2127.2%9-1565.1%3089165113
vs opponents averaging72.834.426-5943.9%8-2233.4%14-1971.4%37913176134
Stats Against (Road Games)57.528.222-5439.9%5-2126.0%9-1464.5%32810155103
Average power rating of opponents played: GARDNER WEBB 68.3,  VIRGINIA 81.1
SCHEDULE AND RESULTS
GARDNER WEBB - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
2/2/2019UNC-ASHEVILLE82-81W-15.5L131.5O32-5657.1%251028-5154.9%2512
2/7/2019@ LONGWOOD89-88W-1T140O30-6050.0%371230-7142.3%4012
2/9/2019@ PRESBYTERIAN101-103L5W147O32-5756.1%321736-6952.2%3112
2/13/2019CHARLESTON SO77-74W-4L153U26-5448.1%361426-6540.0%348
2/16/2019WINTHROP64-60W0W162U24-6040.0%37622-6931.9%5114
2/21/2019@ UNC-ASHEVILLE65-55W-8.5W135U25-5446.3%361021-5339.6%3011
2/23/2019@ HIGH POINT79-87L3L134O26-4557.8%211131-6150.8%339
2/27/2019PRESBYTERIAN78-70W-2.5W151.5U30-6446.9%39827-6541.5%3810
3/2/2019LONGWOOD66-47W-8W143U23-4946.9%431415-5427.8%3311
3/7/2019*HIGH POINT75-69W-2W134.5O25-5050.0%321024-5742.1%3111
3/8/2019@ CAMPBELL79-74W3.5W143O28-4759.6%26729-6346.0%326
3/10/2019*RADFORD76-65W7W134O25-4852.1%35828-6841.2%315
3/22/2019*VIRGINIA              

VIRGINIA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
DateOpponentScoreSULineATSTot.O/UShotsPctREBTOShotsPctREBTO
2/2/2019MIAMI56-46W-17.5L128.5U22-5242.3%421417-5034.0%247
2/9/2019DUKE71-81L-2L135O28-6046.7%281426-4557.8%2515
2/11/2019@ N CAROLINA69-61W1W139.5U24-4553.3%271023-6535.4%388
2/16/2019NOTRE DAME60-54W-17L126U19-5236.5%36819-5534.5%339
2/18/2019@ VIRGINIA TECH64-58W-5W118O23-5046.0%311323-5839.7%288
2/23/2019@ LOUISVILLE64-52W-5.5W124.5U26-5646.4%39517-5530.9%285
2/27/2019GEORGIA TECH81-51W-19W120O30-5455.6%41821-5637.5%217
3/2/2019PITTSBURGH73-49W-18W125U24-4158.5%251017-4438.6%2415
3/4/2019@ SYRACUSE79-53W-6W121O28-5154.9%351119-5733.3%3310
3/9/2019LOUISVILLE73-68W-12L125O23-5740.4%31423-5641.1%4010
3/14/2019*NC STATE76-56W-11.5W131.5O25-4852.1%33919-4938.8%299
3/15/2019*FLORIDA ST59-69L-8.5L122.5O22-5341.5%20826-4656.5%3513
3/22/2019*GARDNER WEBB              
KEY GAME INFORMATION
VIRGINIA: Last season: 31-3, lost in first round of NCAA Tournament
Nickname: Cavaliers
Coach: Tony Bennett, 10th season
Conference: Atlantic Coast
Who's gone: G Devon Hall and F Isaiah Wilkins
Who's back: G Kyle Guy (14.1 ppg, 83 3-pointers) was the team's leading scorer and joins point guard Ty Jerome (10.6 ppg, 132 assists) as one of the nation's top backcourt tandems. F De'Andre Hunter returns from a late-season wrist injury as the ACC's top sixth man last year (9.2 ppg in just 19.9 mpg) and F Jack Salt anchors a defense that is always one of the nation's best. Fs Mamadi Diakite and Jay Huff have shown flashes of brilliance, but will need to offer more consistency at both ends.
Who's new: Alabama transfer Braxton Key could be a huge addition if he returns to his freshman year form when he averaged 12 points, 5.7 rebounds and 2.5 assists for the Crimson Tide. Slowed by a knee injury, his numbers were cut almost in half, but at 6-foot-8, he should be a valued rebounding addition, too.
The Skinny: The Cavaliers may have topped their Ralph Sampson lost to Chaminade legacy last season by becoming the first No. 1 seed, and the overall No. 1 seed at that, to lose in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Bennett has said it's important to remember the feeling, but also their historic success and move forward. Bennett's team have largely underachieved in the tournament, reaching just one Elite Eight and one Sweet 16, a lack of success that has to haunt on some level.
Expectations: The Cavaliers are ranked fifth to start the season and picked second behind Duke in the ACC. With much veteran experience, they should again be able to give the young but talented Blue Devils a run for the ACC regular season and tournament titles.
PREVIEW
Seeking redemption, Virginia readies for Gardner-Webb
 

Over a year removed from being the first No. 1 seed ever to be upset by a 16 seed in the NCAA Tournament, Virginia is back dancing -- as a top seed once again.

For the fourth time in the last six seasons and the seventh time in school history, the Cavaliers are a No. 1 seed in the "Big Dance" and will face South Region No. 16 seed Gardner-Webb on Friday in the opening round at Columbia, S.C.

"Everyone can play in this tournament. To be a No. 1 seed means it's been a heck of a season," Virginia head coach Tony Bennett said after leading the Cavaliers to their sixth straight tournament appearance. "It doesn't guarantee anything, as we know."

Joining Virginia (29-3), Duke and North Carolina also earned No. 1 seeds, as the Atlantic Coast Conference became the first conference since the Big East in 2009 to earn three top seeds.

Gardner-Webb (23-11) upset Radford in last week's Big South tournament title game to earn the first NCAA Tournament berth in school history after fully joining the ranks of Division I teams back in 2002. Despite a lack of tournament experience, the Bulldogs make up for it with a veteran-laden crew.

"Scary, scary," Gardner-Webb head coach Tim Craft said about playing one of the nation's best teams. "But I will say, we're kind of used to being the underdog here, and we were picked sixth in our league and then won our league."

The Bulldogs have won five games in a row and eight of their last nine, helping erase memories of an 0-3 start. One of those losses was to Virginia's rival, Virginia Tech, but Gardner-Webb beat the other two ACC teams it faced this season, knocking off Georgia Tech and Wake Forest.

"Our guys will go in and play with confidence, and I think that's the key," Craft added. "We've got to be loose and confident to even have a chance."

Virginia isn't looking past any opponent and knows it will get the Bulldogs' best shot, as all eyes will be on the Cavaliers' redemption quest.

After falling to Florida State 69-59 in last week's ACC tournament semifinals, the Cavaliers will have almost a full week to rest and prepare as they are arguably the healthiest they've been in postseason play under Bennett.

"We played a Florida State team that played really well, and we didn't play our best," Bennett said. "There are some areas we think we need to continue to get better in."

The Cavaliers' offense is the most efficient it has been in years, led by Kyle Guy's 15.6 points per game. Guy and the Virginia offense have averaged 71.8 points per contest this season and had made 54.2 percent of 3-pointers over their previous five games before the loss to the Seminoles.

Gardner-Webb's offense is led by a pair of career 1,000-point scorers in David Efianayi (18.7 points per game) and D.J. Laster (13.7) and freshman guard Jose Perez (15.1).

The winner will advance to the play Sunday against the either No. 8 Ole Miss or No. 9 Oklahoma.

--Field Level Media


Last Updated: 6/19/2019 7:55:36 AM EST


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