ST. BONAVENTURE (10-3, 8-3) vs. DAVIDSON (11-5, 6-2)
Sunday, Feb. 21 - 3:30 p.m.
TV: NBC Sports Network
Radio: Bonnies Basketball Radio Network
Online Coverage: Live Stats | Live Video | Live Audio
Complete Game Notes (PDF) | Digital Gameday Program (PDF)
The St. Bonaventure men's basketball team will finally return to action after a nine-day layoff to begin a furious stretch over the final two weeks of the regular season. That stretch begins with back-to-back games vs. Davidson - the Bonnies will host the Wildcats Sunday afternoon before making the trek to North Carolina for a Wednesday evening battle. The games will be key for both teams - the Bonnies enter the weekend No. 44 in the NCAA NET rankings while Davidson is No. 71.
The game will be broadcast live nationally on NBC Sports Network. Please check your local listings for channel information. NBCSN can be found on Dish Network channel 159, DIRECTV channel 220 and Spectrum cable in the Olean area on channel 314.
Although fans are not allowed to be in the Reilly Center this season, there are still plenty of ways to stay involved with St. Bonaventure basketball on game days. The goal of St. Bonaventure Athletics is to share as much of the experience of the Reilly Center as possible so loyal Bonnies fans can feel a part of the action.
Fans can get information on each individual game including key facts about players, opposing teams and where to watch and listen to games on TV and online by visiting GoBonnies.com/Gameday.
- The Bonnies have remained near the top of the Atlantic 10 standings despite having their schedule wrecked by changes this season. In the past month, the Bonnies have had no fewer than 11 schedule changes including every game since Jan. 15 altered in some way following the first Duquesne game getting moved up a day. Since, the Bonnies had a VCU game replace Richmond Jan. 20; a second Duquesne game moved from March 3 to Jan. 23; a date at Saint Joseph's was postponed Feb. 3; a makeup date at Saint Louis slid to Feb. 6; La Salle was moved from Feb. 24 to Feb. 9; a previously unscheduled second VCU road game replaced UMass on Feb. 12. Last Sunday, it was announced the Bonnies would host Fordham on Feb. 17. Then Fordham went on pause and a Thursday game at George Mason was slated. Just over 24 hours later, and just before departing campus, that game was scrapped due to weather concerns. Sunday's game vs. Davidson was announced earlier this week. Thanks to the most recent postponements, Bona will have gone nine days between games.
- St. Bonaventure enters the week battling for position atop the A-10 standings at 8-3 in league play along with VCU (9-2), Davidson (6-2) and UMass (6-2) though the Wildcats and Minutemen have been sidelined due to virus concerns in recent weeks. Davidson went 26 days without playing prior to this past Friday night without playing a game due to a virus pause. Davidson defeated Division III opponent Virginia Southern, 101-51.