Date: Saturday, Feb. 21
Time: 1 p.m.
Location: Reilly Center | St. Bonaventure, N.Y.
St. Bonaventure: 14-12 (4-9 A-10) | Davidson: 5-21 (1-12 A-10)
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The Starting Five
1. The St. Bonaventure women's basketball team showed Wednesday night that they still had fight in them as they erased a 20-point deficit in less than 12 minutes of play to stun the Saint Louis Billikens. The Bonnies went on to outscore Saint Louis 34-12 in the final 12 minutes.
2. On Saturday, St. Bonaventure athletics and women's basketball will celebrate the career of Ashley Zahn. Zahn has notched a total of 76 wins with the Bonnies, which includes two WNIT appearances and one visit to the NCAA tournament.
3. Junior forward Katie Healy recorded her fourth double-double of the season on Wednesday as she registered a game high 20 points and 15 rebounds. The Lancaster, N.Y. native has also recorded 18 games this season of 10 points or more.
4. Nyla Rueter, who leads the Bonnies from beyond the arc, has made 45 three-pointers this season. Rueter is averaging 10.2 points per game, which is good for 30th in the A-10.
5. Hannah Little has been able to provide a much needed spark of the Bonnies' bench as of late. Little notched 12 points and six rebounds in a win over Saint Louis.
Scouting The Wildcats
• Davidson has posted a 5-12 overall record, 1-12 in conference play, in their first campaign in the Atlantic 10.
• Their lone conference win came on the road at Saint Louis.
• The Wildcats are on an eight-game losing streak.
• Through conference play, the Wildcats score 51.4 points per game, which is the fewest in the A-10. Teams outscore Davidson by 12.2 points.
• Hannah Early leads Davidson offensively. Her 14.3 points per game is eighth-best in the A-10.
• Mackenzie Latt also ranks among the top scorers in the conference with 11.3 points per game. Latt also grabs 8.5 rebounds per game, which is the third most in the A-10.
• Latt shoots a team-best .459 from the field.
• 10 Davidson players see significant time on the floor per game, as five players average more than 20 minutes on the floor per game, and five others see more than nine minutes per game.
• The Wildcats have held conference opponents to a .294 percentage from beyond the arc.
• Lillian McCabe has shot .386 on three-point field goal attempts this season.
• After starting the season 0-2, the Wildcats won their next three games. Their second win came against High Point, who competed in the WNIT last season.
• Davidson's fourth and final non-conference win came at the University of Virginia in the Holiday Inn University Area Cavalier Classic. UVA is 15-11 this season and 11-4 at home. Davidson is responsible for one of the four Virginia home losses.
Series History: First Meeting
Saturday's meeting between the Bonnies and the Davidson Wildcats will be the first ever meeting between the two programs. Davidson, who joined the Atlantic 10 this past summer, was recently a member of the Southern Conference (SOCON).
Last Time Out For St. Bonaventure:
• The St. Bonaventure women's basketball team (14-12, 4-9 A-10) erased a 20-point deficit to stun the Saint Louis Billikens (13-13, 6-7 A-10) on Wednesday night, by a score of 57-55.
• Wednesday's victory is the largest comeback by the Bonnies since last season when they rallied back from 22 points to shock Duquesne.
• The Bonnies were paced by junior forward Katie Healy as the Lancaster, N.Y. native recorded her fourth double-double of the season with 20 points and 15 rebounds. Healy went 8-14 from the field and 4-8 from the line. Also contributing for the Brown and White was Nyla Rueter and Hannah Little. Rueter finished the game with 13 points and two assists, while Little had 10 points and six boards.
• Coming off the bench was Matea Britvar, who went 1-2 from the field, but she contributed in a way that doesn't appear on the stat sheet, which was her effort on defense. Britvar appeared for 10 minutes in the second half and helped the Bonnies shut down the Billikens' offense.
Home Court Advantage
The Reilly Center is said to be one of the best home court advantages in college basketball. That holds true for the Bonnies and Coach Crowley as they are 85-25 (.773) in the last eight seasons. The 85-wins includes five seasons where the Brown and White have posted double-digit wins at home, which includes two 13-win seasons (2011-12 & 2013-14) and one15-win season (2008-09). The Bonnies will play 12 times at the Reilly Center this season.