2014–15 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team

The 2014–15 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team represented the University of Virginia during the 2014–15 NCAA Division I men's basketball season, in their 110th season of play. The team was led by head coach Tony Bennett, in his sixth year, and played their home games at John Paul Jones Arena as members of the Atlantic Coast Conference.

2014–15 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball
Virginia Athletics wordmark.svg
NCAA Tournament, Round of 32
ConferenceAtlantic Coast Conference
Ranking
CoachesNo. 8
APNo. 6
2014–15 record30–4 (16–2 ACC)
Head coachTony Bennett (6th season)
Associate head coachRitchie McKay (6th season)
Assistant coachRon Sanchez (6th season)
Assistant coachJason Williford (6th season)
Offensive schemePrinceton, Motion
Base defensePack-line
CaptainMalcolm Brogdon
CaptainAnthony Gill
CaptainDarion Atkins
Home arenaJohn Paul Jones Arena
Seasons
2014–15 ACC men's basketball standings
Conf     Overall
Team W   L   PCT     W   L   PCT
#6 Virginia 16 2   .889     30 4   .882
#4 Duke 15 3   .833     35 4   .897
#8 Notre Dame 14 4   .778     32 6   .842
#15 North Carolina 11 7   .611     26 12   .684
Miami (FL) 10 8   .556     25 13   .658
NC State 10 8   .556     22 14   .611
Syracuse 9 9   .500     18 13   .581
Clemson 8 10   .444     16 15   .516
Florida State 8 10   .444     17 16   .515
Pittsburgh 8 10   .444     19 15   .559
Wake Forest 5 13   .278     13 19   .406
Boston College 4 14   .222     13 19   .406
Georgia Tech 3 15   .167     12 19   .387
Virginia Tech 2 16   .111     11 22   .333
#17 Louisville* 0 6   .000     0 8   .000
ACC Tournament winner
Rankings from AP Poll
*Lousiville: 24 reg. season games, 4 postseason games vacated due to sanctions against the program; Disputed Record-(27-9)(12-6)

Building on the success of the previous season, the Cavaliers had their best regular season in program history with a record of 28–2, their first undefeated non-conference regular season record since 2000–01, and their highest national ranking since 1982–83, ranking at number two on the AP Poll for a total of seven weeks. The Cavaliers also became the first team outside of Tobacco Road to win back-to-back ACC regular season championships, with their conference record of 16–2. Particular highlights included holding Rutgers, Harvard, and Georgia Tech to under thirty points each. Virginia also held Harvard to a single field goal in the first half of their game, tying the NCAA record for fewest field goals allowed in the first half of a game since the shot clock was instituted in 1986.[1][2] However, late-season injuries, in particular Justin Anderson's nearly five-week-long absence due to a broken finger and appendectomy, hurt the team, with the Cavaliers falling in a close loss to North Carolina in the ACC Tournament semifinals. In the NCAA Tournament they defeated Belmont in the second round before losing in the third round to Michigan State.

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Last seasonEdit

The Cavaliers finished the season 30–4 overall and 16–2 in conference play, finishing in first place in the ACC outright for the first time since the 1980–81 season. They proceeded to win the ACC Tournament for their second-ever conference championship. The team also tied for the most wins in a season in school history, set a school record for the most single-season conference wins, and earned their highest final national ranking since 1982. The Cavaliers received a #1 seed in the NCAA Tournament, where they defeated Coastal Carolina and Memphis before losing to Michigan State in the Sweet Sixteen.[3]

DeparturesEdit

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Notes
Teven Jones 5 G 6'0" 182 Sophomore Kannapolis, NC Transferred to Tarleton State[4]
Joe Harris 12 G 6'6" 225 Senior Chelan, WA Graduated/Cleveland Cavaliers[5]
Akil Mitchell 25 F 6'8" 225 Senior Charlotte, NC Graduated/Houston Rockets[6]/Rio Grande Valley Vipers[7]
Thomas Rogers 30 G 6'6" 206 Senior Farmville, VA Graduated[8]

Incoming transfersEdit

Name Number Pos. Height Weight Year Hometown Previous School
Darius Thompson 51 G 6'5" 181 Sophomore Murfreesboro, TN Transferred from Tennessee.[9] Under NCAA transfer rules, Thompson must redshirt for the 2014–15 season. After this season he will have three years of remaining eligibility.

Class of 2014 signeesEdit

US college sports recruiting information for high school athletes
Name Hometown High school / college Height Weight Commit date
Jack Salt
C
Auckland, New Zealand Westlake High School 6 ft 10 in (2.08 m) 230 lb (100 kg) 09/18/2013[10] 
Recruiting star ratings: ScoutN/A   RivalsN/A   247Sports:     ESPNN/A
Marial Shayok
SG
Ottawa, Ontario Blair Academy 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 205 lb (93 kg) 04/22/2014[11] 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout:    Rivals:    247Sports:     ESPN: 
B. J. Stith
SG
Brunswick, Virginia Oak Hill Academy 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 200 lb (91 kg) 09/03/2011[12] 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout:    Rivals:    247Sports:     ESPN: 
Isaiah Wilkins
SF
Norcross, Georgia Greater Atlanta Christian School 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 210 lb (95 kg) 09/01/2013[13] 
Recruiting star ratings: Scout:    Rivals:    247Sports:     ESPN: 
Overall recruiting rankings:
  • Note: In many cases, Scout, Rivals, 247Sports, and ESPN may conflict in their listings of height and weight.
  • In these cases, the average was taken. ESPN grades are on a 100-point scale.

Sources:

  • "Virginia Basketball Commitment List". Rivals.com.
  • "2014 Team Ranking". Rivals.com.

RosterEdit

On November 7, 2014, head coach Tony Bennett announced, via a Virginia athletic department press release, that London Perrantes and Evan Nolte would be suspended for two scrimmages and the first game of the season due to a violation of team rules.[14] Following the first game of the season against James Madison, Bennett stated that Jack Salt was "leaning" towards a redshirt, but he had not made a final decision yet.[15]

On February 7, 2015, Justin Anderson suffered a broken finger in his left hand during the Louisville game.[16] He had surgery the next day, and was expected to return to playing after four to six weeks,[17] but an emergency appendectomy on March 5 kept him sidelined.[18] Anderson returned to play seven days later, against Florida State in the ACC Tournament quarterfinals.[19]

Redshirt juniors Malcolm Brogdon (top) and Anthony Gill (middle) served as tri-captains with senior Darion Atkins (bottom) for the 2014–15 campaign.
2014–15 Virginia Cavaliers men's basketball team
Players Coaches
Pos. # Name Height Weight Year Previous school Hometown
G 0 Devon Hall 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 203 lb (92 kg) RS Fr Cape Henry Collegiate Virginia Beach, Virginia
G 1 Justin Anderson 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 228 lb (103 kg) Jr Montrose Christian Montross, Virginia
G 2 B. J. Stith 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 205 lb (93 kg) Fr Oak Hill Academy Lawrenceville, Virginia
G 4 Marial Shayok 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 207 lb (94 kg) Fr Blair Academy Ottawa, Ontario
F 5 Darion Atkins (C) 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 241 lb (109 kg) Sr Landon School Clinton, Maryland
F/C 10 Mike Tobey 7 ft 0 in (2.13 m) 253 lb (115 kg) Jr Blair Academy Monroe, New York
F 11 Evan Nolte 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 224 lb (102 kg) Jr Milton HS Milton, Georgia
F 13 Anthony Gill (C) 6 ft 8 in (2.03 m) 230 lb (104 kg) RS Jr Charlotte Christian/South Carolina High Point, North Carolina
G 15 Malcolm Brogdon (C) 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) 215 lb (98 kg) RS Jr Greater Atlanta Christian Norcross, Georgia
F 21 Isaiah Wilkins 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m) 224 lb (102 kg) Fr Greater Atlanta Christian Atlanta, Georgia
G 22 Maleek Frazier (W) 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m) 170 lb (77 kg) Sr The Covenant School Charlottesville, Virginia
G 23 Rob Vozenilek (W) 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 190 lb (86 kg) Sr St. Christopher's Richmond, Virginia
F 24 Caid Kirven (W) 6 ft 9 in (2.06 m) 226 lb (103 kg) Jr Woodberry Forest Raleigh, North Carolina
G 32 London Perrantes 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) 191 lb (87 kg) So Crespi Carmelite HS Los Angeles, California
C 33 Jack Salt   6 ft 11 in (2.11 m) 235 lb (107 kg) Fr Westlake Boys HS Auckland, New Zealand
F 34 Jeff Jones (W) 6 ft 6 in (1.98 m) 195 lb (88 kg) So St. Anne's-Belfield School Charlottesville, Virginia
G 51 Darius Thompson (I)   6 ft 4 in (1.93 m) 192 lb (87 kg) So Blackman HS/Tennessee Murfreesboro, Tennessee
Head coach
Assistant coach(es)
Strength and conditioning coach(es)
Athletic trainer(s)

Legend
  • (C) Team captain
  • (S) Suspended
  • (I) Ineligible
  • (W) Walk-on

Roster
Last update: 31 January 2015

Depth chartEdit

Pos. Starting 5 Bench
F/C Anthony Gill Mike Tobey
F Darion Atkins Isaiah Wilkins
G/F Justin Anderson Evan Nolte
G Malcolm Brogdon Marial Shayok
PG London Perrantes Devon Hall

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ScheduleEdit

Date
time, TV
Rank# Opponent# Result Record High points High rebounds High assists Site (attendance)
city, state
Non-conference regular season
Nov. 14*
7:00 PM
No. 9 at James Madison W 79–51  1–0
 18  Anderson   10  Atkins   4  Brogdon  JMU Convocation Center (6,782)
Harrisonburg, VA
Nov. 16*
7:00 PM, RSN
No. 9 Norfolk State
Barclays Center Classic
W 67–39  2–0
 11  Anderson   8  Gill   4  Tied  John Paul Jones Arena (12,845)
Charlottesville, VA
Nov. 18*
7:00 PM, RSN
No. 9 South Carolina State W 75–55  3–0
 17  Tied   8  Tied   3  Brogdon  John Paul Jones Arena (12,493)
Charlottesville, VA
Nov. 21*
7:00 PM, ESPN3
No. 9 George Washington W 59–42  4–0
 18  Anderson   11  Atkins   3  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (13,706)
Charlottesville, VA
Nov. 25*
7:00 PM, ESPN3
No. 8 Tennessee State
Barclays Center Classic
W 79–36  5–0
 20  Anderson   16  Tobey   3  Brogdon  John Paul Jones Arena (12,056)
Charlottesville, VA
Nov. 28*
9:30 PM, NBCSN
No. 8 vs. La Salle
Barclays Center Classic
W 64–56  6–0
 20  Brogdon   10  Gill   3  Tied  Barclays Center (4,118)
Brooklyn, NY
Nov. 29*
9:30 PM, NBCSN
No. 8 vs. Rutgers
Barclays Center Classic
W 45–26  7–0
 13  Tied   7  Tied   4  Perrantes  Barclays Center (4,105)
Brooklyn, NY
Dec. 3*
9:15 PM, ESPN2
No. 7 at No. 21 Maryland
ACC–Big Ten Challenge
W 76–65  8–0
 18  Brogdon   6  Tied   7  Perrantes  Xfinity Center (15,371)
College Park, MD
Dec. 6*
2:00 PM, ESPNU
No. 7 at VCU W 74–57  9–0
 21  Anderson   8  Tied   9  Perrantes  Siegel Center (7,647)
Richmond, VA
Dec. 18*
7:00 PM, ESPNU
No. 6 Cleveland State W 70–54  10–0
 16  Tied   8  Gill   5  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (11,812)
Charlottesville, VA
Dec. 21*
Noon, ESPNU
No. 6 Harvard W 76–27  11–0
 15  Tied   10  Tobey   6  Brogdon  John Paul Jones Arena (14,593)
Charlottesville, VA
Dec. 30*
6:00 PM, ESPNU
No. 3 Davidson W 83–72  12–0
 25  Gill   13  Gill   7  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (14,593)
Charlottesville, VA
ACC regular season
Jan. 3
5:30 PM, ESPN2
No. 3 at Miami (FL) W 89–80 2OT 13–0
(1–0)
 26  Perrantes   12  Atkins   8  Perrantes  BankUnited Center (5,377)
Miami, FL
Jan. 7
7:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 3 NC State W 61–51  14–0
(2–0)
 16  Anderson   9  Anderson   5  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (12,929)
Charlottesville, VA
Jan. 10
6:00 PM, ESPN2
No. 3 at No. 13 Notre Dame W 62–56  15–0
(3–0)
 14  Atkins   8  Atkins   4  Brogdon  Edmund P. Joyce Center (9,149)
South Bend, IN
Jan. 13
8:00 PM, ACCN
No. 2 Clemson W 65–42  16–0
(4–0)
 16  Brogdon   6  Atkins   3  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (13,604)
Charlottesville, VA
Jan. 17
2:00 PM, RSN
No. 2 at Boston College W 66–51  17–0
(5–0)
 20  Brogdon   10  Gill   6  Perrantes  Conte Forum (8,112)
Chestnut Hill, MA
Jan. 22
8:00 PM, ACCN
No. 2 Georgia Tech W 57–28  18–0
(6–0)
 13  Brogdon   8  Atkins   4  Tied  John Paul Jones Arena (13,809)
Charlottesville, VA
Jan. 25
1:00 PM, ACCN
No. 2 at Virginia Tech
Commonwealth Clash
W 50–47  19–0
(7–0)
 12  Anderson   7  Gill   7  Perrantes  Cassell Coliseum (9,847)
Blacksburg, VA
Jan. 31
7:00 PM, ESPN
No. 2 No. 4 Duke
College GameDay[21]
L 63–69  19–1
(7–1)
 17  Brogdon   6  Brogdon   5  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (14,593)
Charlottesville, VA
Feb. 2
7:00 PM, ESPN
No. 3 at No. 12 North Carolina W 75–64  20–1
(8–1)
 17  Brogdon   7  Gill   7  Anderson  Dean Smith Center (20,102)
Chapel Hill, NC
Feb. 7
7:00 PM, ESPN
No. 3 No. 9 Louisville
Rivalry
W 52–47  21–1
(9–1)
 15  Brogdon   8  Gill   6  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (14,593)
Charlottesville, VA
Feb. 11
8:00 PM, ACCN
No. 2 at NC State W 51–47  22–1
(10–1)
 15  Brogdon   9  Tobey   3  Brogdon  PNC Arena (19,500)
Raleigh, NC
Feb. 14
2:30 PM, ACCN
No. 2 Wake Forest W 61–60  23–1
(11–1)
 19  Gill   9  Brogdon   5  Brogdon  John Paul Jones Arena (14,593)
Charlottesville, VA
Feb. 16
7:00 PM, ESPN
No. 2 Pittsburgh W 61–49  24–1
(12–1)
 18  Brogdon   6  Tied   6  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (13,953)
Charlottesville, VA
Feb. 22
6:30 PM, ESPNU
No. 2 Florida State W 51–41  25–1
(13–1)
 13  Gill   9  Gill   3  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (14,593)
Charlottesville, VA
Feb. 25
7:00 PM, RSN
No. 2 at Wake Forest W 70–34  26–1
(14–1)
 11  Gill   7  Gill   4  Tied  LJVM Coliseum (10,772)
Winston-Salem, NC
Feb. 28
4:00 PM, ACCN
No. 2 Virginia Tech
Commonwealth Clash
W 69–57  27–1
(15–1)
 19  Brogdon   8  Brogdon   6  Perrantes  John Paul Jones Arena (14,245)
Charlottesville, VA
Mar. 2
7:00 PM, ESPN
No. 2 at Syracuse W 59–47  28–1
(16–1)
 17  Gill   9  Tied   10  Perrantes  Carrier Dome (25,338)
Syracuse, NY
Mar. 7
6:30 PM, ESPN
No. 2 at No. 16 Louisville
Rivalry
L 57–59  28–2
(16–2)
 17  Brogdon   7  Atkins   5  Perrantes  KFC Yum! Center (22,788)
Louisville, KY
ACC Tournament
Mar. 12
Noon, ESPN
ACCN
No. 3 vs. Florida State
Quarterfinals
W 58–44  29–2
 11  Tied   7  Gill   9  Perrantes  Greensboro Coliseum (22,026)
Greensboro, NC
Mar. 13
7:00 PM, ESPN
ACCN
No. 3 vs. No. 19 North Carolina
Semifinals
L 67–71  29–3
 25  Brogdon   5  Brogdon   3  Perrantes  Greensboro Coliseum (22,026)
Greensboro, NC
NCAA Tournament
Mar. 20*
3:10 PM, truTV
(2 E) No. 6 vs. (15 E) Belmont
Second round
W 79–67  30–3
 22  Brogdon   7  Atkins   3  Perrantes  Time Warner Cable Arena (16,551)
Charlotte, NC
Mar. 22*
12:10 PM, CBS
(2 E) No. 6 vs. (7 E) No. 23 Michigan State
Third round
L 54–60  30–4
 11  Gill   14  Atkins   2  Perrantes  Time Warner Cable Arena (18,482)
Charlotte, NC
*Non-conference game. #Rankings from AP Poll. (#) Tournament seedings in parentheses. E=East Region.
All times are in Eastern Time.

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RankingsEdit

On April 28, 2014, ESPN's preseason top-25 rankings listed Virginia at seventh in the nation.[24] On August 11, Sporting News ranked Virginia eighth in their preseason poll.[25]

Virginia's #2 ranking on Week 10 (January 12, 2015) was the first time Virginia was ranked in the top two nationally since the week of March 8, 1983.

Ranking movement
Legend: ██ Improvement in ranking. ██ Decrease in ranking. ██ Not ranked the previous week. RV=Others receiving votes.
Poll Pre Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Wk 15 Wk 16 Wk 17 Wk 18 Wk 19 Final
AP 9 9 8 7 6 6 5 3 3 2 (2) 2 (2) 2 (1) 3 2 2 2 2 3 6 N/A
Coaches 8 9 7 6 5 5 5 3 3 2 (1) 2 (1) 2 3 3 3 3 2 4 6 8

Team players drafted into the NBAEdit

Year Round Pick Player NBA Club
2015 1 21 Justin Anderson Dallas Mavericks
2016 2 36 Malcolm Brogdon Milwaukee Bucks

Awards and honorsEdit

Awards by the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association (ACSMA) were released on March 8.[26] ACC coaches awards were released the following day, [27] and then followed on March 10 with individual awards from the United States Basketball Writers Association.[28] On March 16, USBWA released All-American selections, naming Brogdon to their second team.[29] One week later, USBWA named Bennett the Henry Iba Award winner.[30] On March 27, the National Association of Basketball Coaches released their District 2 awards.[31] On March 30, the Associated Press and NABC named their All-American teams, including Brogdon on both organizations' second teams, and Anderson on the NABC third team.[32][33]

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