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Virginia Tech basketball: Sean Pedulla named ACC player of the week

A big honor for Virginia Tech’s junior guard

NCAA Basketball: Miami (FL) at Virginia Tech Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

For the first time in his career, Virginia Tech guard Sean Pedulla has been named ACC Player of the Week. In two games last week, Pedulla averaged 32.5 points, seven rebounds, 5.5 assists and 2.5 steals per game.

Overall, in the last three games, Pedulla has scored 91 points. In the Jan. 6 loss at Florida State, Pedulla scored 26 points. So, in his last three games, Pedulla has scored 91 points. Per hokiesports, he’s the first ACC player since Boston College’s Jerome Robinson in Feb. 2018 to score at least 91 points in three consecutive games.

In his previous three games, Pedulla has made 31 of his 56 attempts from the field, including 14 of 29 from beyond the arc. Pedulla’s last three games come after he had four consecutive games in which he did not score in double figures and missed two games. Pedulla also missed two games in December with a foot injury and appears fully healthy now.

He leads the Hokies in scoring, averaging 16.1 points per game.

Virginia Tech travels to Charlottesville Wednesday in a must-win game for both schools.