Woldetensae had 14 points and Huff finished with 13 points and eight rebounds. Virginia has won nine of its last 10, all against ACC competition.

Justin Champagnie led the Panthers (9-6, 5-5) with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Ithiel Horton had 15 points.

The game was tied at 36 after the Panthers scored five straight points, the last on a basket by Au’Diese Toney with 16:21 left, but two free throws by Hauser launched Virginia’s big run. Huff followed with a pair of 3-pointers and, after Woldetensae hit a pair of free throws, Hauser added a pair of 3s and Woldetensae, a streaky left-handed shooter who hadn’t scored in limited action in four games for the ACC leaders, added two more.

The Panthers closed to 64-57 with 2:43 left, and the Cavaliers, one of the nation’s top free-throw shooting teams, missed three of the next four from the line, but Pittsburgh ran out of time. Two free throws by Trey Murphy III sealed it.

Pittsburgh: Champagnie had a nice day, but Toney was limited to just eight points on 4-for-6 shooting.

Virginia: When Hauser is hitting catch-and-release 3s and with the Cavaliers’ defense steadily improving, Virginia is rounding into the type of team that has been hard to beat.

Pittsburgh is scheduled to visit Louisville on Wednesday night.

Virginia is scheduled to visit Georgia Tech on Wednesday night.

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