Sunday, November 18, 2007


Sean Singletary remembers Virginia's last trip to the McKale Center, a 30-point loss to mighty Arizona in November 2005.

"They blew us out," he said. "The program is different. We've come a long way."

The 6-foot Singletary is a big reason. Battling a flu bug, the senior point guard scored 24 points to lead Virginia to a 75-72 victory over No. 17 Arizona on Saturday night.

Singletary, a three-year captain, made two free throws with 1:22 remaining to break a 69-69 tie, then hit a 15-foot jumper to put the Cavaliers up 73-69 with 39 seconds to go.

Singletary hit only 6-of-19 shots from the floor but made all 11 of his free throws. He also had eight assists.

Friday, Nov 16
GEORGIA TECH 82, Charlotte 77 (49ers, 22,254 students, Charlotte, NC)
MIAMI 69, VCU 63 (Rams, 30,381 students, Richmond, VA)
FLORIDA STATE 78, UAB 70 (Blazers, 11,441 students, Birmingham, AL)

Saturday, Nov 17
Cleveland State (Vikings, 9,847 students, Cleveland, OH) 69, FLORIDA STATE 66 (oops!)

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