Notes

Wake Forest Postgame Notes
January 20, 2004 / vs. Georgia Tech

Wake Forest's loss tonight gives the Deacons...

a record of 11-3 overall, 2-2 in the ACC an end to their 24-game home court winning streak and their first loss in Joel Coliseum since Feb. 21, 2002 vs. Duke three consecutive losses for the first time since Feb. 21-27, 2002 (Wake did not lose more than one in a row last season) a record of 1-3 this season against nationally-ranked teams their first loss in their last four games against Georgia Tech a record of 57-22 overall in three seasons under head coach Skip Prosser a record of 24-12 in ACC play in three seasons under Prosser just four home losses in three seasons under Prosser a record of 181-40 all-time in Lawrence Joel Coliseum a record of 29-26 all-time against Georgia Tech including Wake's first home loss to the Yellow Jackets since 1998 an all-time record of 1,294-993

Sophomore Justin Gray
has made at least one three-point field goal in 25 of his last 26 games has made at least two three-pointers in 11 of 14 games this season scored in double figures for the 12th time in 14 games this season and for the 27th time in 37 career games fouled out for the second straight game, for team-high fourth time this season and for the sixth time in his career

Sophomore Eric Williams
made his 45th consecutive career start

Freshman Chris Paul
has started all 14 games has produced at least one steal in all 14 career games

Junior Taron Downey
scored in double figures for the second straight game, for the seventh time this season, and for the 29th time in his career

Sophomore Trent Strickland
made his third consecutive career start -- the first three starts of his career has drawn a team-high six charges on defense this season Junior Jamaal Levy ... scored in double figures for the second straight game, the eighth time this season and the 21st time in his career

Junior Vytas Danelius

made his first three-point field goal since Dec. 2 vs. Indiana scored in double figures for the first time since the Dec. 2 Indiana game scored in double figures for the 32nd time in his career notched his eighth career double double and first of this season tied his season high in points (13) and set a new season high with 10 rebounds

Freshman Kyle Visser
blocked a career-high two shots

Miscellaneous Notes
Wake Forest had more turnovers than assists for only the second time this season (also at SMU on Dec. 15) made at least one three-point field goal for the 375th consecutive game Wake Forest's 23 second-half points were the second-lowest in the Skip Prosser era, behind 21 points versus Fresno State on Nov. 21, 2001 The Deacs'.290 field goal percentage was the third-lowest in the Prosser era


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