Singletary Puts Stamp on Cavalier Program

By: Marc Davis Email
By: Marc Davis Email

March 14, 2008

Sean Singletary left the game in the final minute of Virginia's 94-76 loss to Georgia Tech, and as he did, the entire crowd at Bobcats Arena rose to its feet. Fans off the ACC realized that it could very well have been the final time that the senior guard left the court in a Virginia uniform.

Singletary scored 20 points and tied a career high with ten assists last night, which is just the possible cap on a exceptional resume. He is one of just three players in ACC history to score 2,000 points, dish out 500 assists, and grab 400 rebounds in his career. He was All ACC First Team three consecutive seasons, and is fifth in Cavalier history with 2,022 points. Singletary's 20 points last night extended his double figures scoring streak to 52 games.

The senior may have at least one more game to play, as the Cavaliers await a decision on their immediate future. The NIT or College Basketball Invitational could select Virginia to be in one of its respective fields.

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