- St. Bonaventure is 7-2 for the second time in three seasons; the Bonnies also opened with seven wins in their first nine games in 2015-16.
- The Bonnies again thrived on creating turnovers Saturday, forcing 21 by a Yale club that entered the game averaging only 13 per game.
- The Bonnies have won or tied the turnover margin in every game this season.
- St. Bonaventure also came up with 15 steals, second-most it has in a game this season.
- The Bonnies had 15 second-chance points while Yale had only four.
- In the second half, the Bonnies limited Yale to 2-10 shooting from three-point range and 44 percent overall. A strong three-point shooting team, Yale was 6-21 from deep (28 percent) on the day.
- Conversely, the Bonnies made 50 percent of their shots in the second half including 6-10 from three-point range.
- The Bonnies' 50 points in the second half are tied for their most points scoring in any half so far this season.
- The nine-point deficit St. Bonaventure faced in the first half wound up as the largest deficit the Bonnies overcame in a win this year.
- The Bonnies are now 3-2 this season when they are trailing at halftime.
- All the rage: the gray uniforms are now 3-1 … well, the Bonnies are 3-1 when they wear grays.
- Saturday was the first game in the Reilly Center televised on the ESPN family of networks since February 2003 (Temple on ESPN2).
- Jaylen Adams tied his career high with six steals.
- Adams was one assist short of his seventh career double-double.
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