Gardner, Franklin lead No. 7 Virginia previous BC, 76-57

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Armaan Franklin and Jayden Gardner scored 18 factors every and No. 7 Virginia used a giant first-half run to take management in a 76-57 win over Boston Faculty on Saturday, the Cavaliers’ sixth straight victory.

The Cavaliers (16-3, 8-2 Atlantic Coast Convention) trailed 18-15 earlier than beginning an 18-4 run over the subsequent 11 minutes. Gardner’s basket began the first-half run, and Franklin had a 3-pointer, three free throws and a 2-point shot within the flurry.

Virginia put the sport away with a 16-4 second-half spurt.

Quinten Submit scored 24 to guide the Eagles (10-12, 4-7). He made his first 4 pictures, together with a pair of 3-pointers, and scored 14 straight for Boston Faculty within the first half.

Within the second half, after the Eagles closed to inside 50-41, Virginia’s Isaac McKneely scored off a steal by Ryan Dunn, Franklin added 5 factors and McKneely made a 3-pointer to spotlight the run that made it 66-45.

McKneely completed with 12 factors and Reece Beekman had 11 and eight assists.

Makai Ashton-Langford added 12 factors for the Eagles.


Boston Faculty: Submit had an eventful first six minutes. He turned the ball over on three of the Eagles’ first 4 possessions, then scored 14 factors in a span of lower than three minutes.

Virginia: Freshman Ryan Dunn has seen elevated taking part in time, largely due to his defensive capacity, however he confirmed flashes of all he can do in a first-half burst. Dunn skied to rebound a miss and dunked it, caught an alley-oop go from Beekman for one more dunk, then caught T.J. Bickerstaff from behind on a breakawy layup and blocked the shot.


Boston Faculty: The Eagles return dwelling to face No. 24 Clemson on Tuesday night time.

Virginia: The Cavaliers play at Syracuse on Monday night time.


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