Virginia looks to sweep Virginia Tech

Virginia looks to sweep Virginia Tech

Virginia looks to sweep Virginia Tech

Tony Bennett's team did have a problem turning the ball over on Monday night in a highly-anticipated ranked matchup with the No. 20 Virginia Tech Hokies, but their timely scoring and staunch defense prevailed in a statement 64-58 victory to complete the season sweep of their in-state rivals. The Cavaliers are 2-2 when allowing opponents to shoot any better than that. Guy has now scored 20+ points in three consecutive games.

The Hokies were just 3-of-27 from three-point range on the night.

When Virginia Tech pulled within 58-51, Guy drained a 3-pointer with 2:09 to play.

Kerry Blackshear Jr. poured in 23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, and Ahmed Hill added 16 points for Virginia Tech, which lost for the third time in five games.

STIFLING Defence: Virginia has held opposing teams to 54.4 points per game this year, the lowest figure among all Division I teams.

No. 22 WISCONSIN 64, IL 58: Brad Davison scored 18 points and Khalil Iverson added 16 as Wisconsin held off IL in Madison, Wisconsin.

Lamont West led West Virginia with 16 points.

The Hokies and Cavaliers are the top two teams in the ACC in terms of scoring defense, and points were hard to come by at times Monday. He finished 6-for-13 from long range. Blackshear had 15 points by the half.

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) - Kyle Guy scored 23 points and it was his big first half that gave No. 3 Virginia a chance to get things right in the second half.

Virginia Tech dropped to 3-3 in games since senior guard Justin Robinson has been out with an ankle injury.

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