The St. Bonaventure men's basketball team concludes a key home-and-home series with rival Davidson Wednesday night, looking to sweep the series after a victory Sunday afternoon at home. To do so, the Bonnies will need to pick up just their second win at Davidson all-time and first since February 2015.
- St. Bonaventure enters this week tied with VCU atop the Atlantic 10 standings at 9-3 in conference play. The Bonnies earned a resume booster with a win over Davidson on Sunday at home, their fourth victory over a Top 100 team in the NCAA NET rankings this year. Bona moved to No. 37 in the NET following that win, their first time in the top 40 of those rankings since reaching a season-best No. 30 on Feb. 5. In addition to quality wins over VCU (35), at Richmond (58), Davidson (78) and neutral court vs. Akron (86), the Bonnies have no bad losses - their three setbacks are all against Top 100 teams with two, at VCU and at Saint Louis, at Top 50 opponents.
- Bona limited Davidson (73.5 ppg), one of the A-10's top offenses, to just 58 points on Sunday, the 23rd time the Bonnies have held an A-10 opponent to 60 points or less since the start of the 2018-19 season. St. Bonaventure leads the A-10 in defense this year, allowing 62.9 points per game, ranking 24th nationally. SBU also stands eighth in the nation by holding opponents to 39.0 percent shooting from the floor for the year, also an A-10 best.
- The Bonnies are in a furious stretch to end the A-10 regular season, scheduled to play four games in just over a week. After Wednesday's game, SBU will be back in action less than 48 hours later at home vs. GW before wrapping up at home Monday vs. Dayton.
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