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Women's Basketball To Host Pink Game Wednesday Night

Wednesday, Feb. 14 - 7:00 p.m.
Reilly Center
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BROWN AND WHITE AND PINK: St. Bonaventure will host its annual Pink Game Wednesday night as Richmond visits the Reilly Center. Cancer survivors will receive free admission and a Pink Game T-shirt while family members receive $3 admission. The first 200 fans will receive a pink pom-pom courtesy of Olean General Hospital and Pink Game T-shirts will be on sale for $10 with $5 of every sale going toward OGH and local cancer care.
30 X 3: For a third time this season, senior Mariah Ruff poured in 30 points in the Bonnies heartbreaking setback at VCU on Sunday in overtime. Ruff finished with 30 points and nine assists – the first time in over two decades that a Bonnies player has scored 30 points while handing out at least nine dimes. Ruff was just one off her career high in scoring of 31 points set vs. Saint Joseph's last month, and also posted 30 points at La Salle in January as well to become to only A-10 player with three 30-point performances this season.
MORE ON MARIAH: Ruff has been excellent all season while putting together one of the best campaigns of any player in the Atlantic 10 in 2017-18. Entering Wednesday, Ruff is the Atlantic 10's leading scorer in conference play, averaging 20.5 ppg in 12 A-10 games. Only Fordham's Bre Cavanaugh (20.0 ppg) is also averaging 20 points per game in A-10 competition this season. Ruff's 42 3-pointers against A-10 competition are also best in the league. For the entire year, the Oneonta, N.Y. native ranks seventh in scoring (16.5 ppg), second in assists (4.8 apg) and tied third in 3s (68). She enters Wednesday three 3-pointers away from fifth in program history (Katelyn Murray '09 - 197). Four more assists will also give her 400 for her career - a total only four other Bonnies have reached (Roni Hergenroeder '91, Casey Comoroski '94, Suzie Dailer '95 and Tricia Pawling '98).
MAKING THEM COUNT: Though limited to 16 games this season due to a leg injury suffered during December that cost her nine games, junior Mckenna Maycock continues to rank among the league's leaders in field goal percentages. Maycock leads the A-10 in percentage from beyond the arc – 47.3 percent (26-for-55) and ranks ninth in overall field goal percentage (48.0 percent). She delivered 15 points Sunday at VCU and has registered double-figure scoring in four straight games.
PILING BOARDS: Freshman Emily Calabrese made an impact on the boards Sunday at VCU, pulling down a career high 11 rebounds. Her previous best was 10, coming against Davidson last month. Calabrese has put in veteran minutes this season, starting every game while averaging nearly 29 minutes per contest in her debut campaign.
RAINING 3s: St. Bonaventure finished with 12 3-pointers in Sunday's game at VCU. The Bonnies have connected on 10 or more 3s in six times this year, including in two of the past three games (13 vs. George Mason on Jan. 31). That's the most for the Bonnies since hitting double-digit 3s seven times during the 2010-11 season, but it took 32 games to get there that season. 
  • Wednesday will be the 21st meeting all-time between St. Bonaventure and Richmond.
  • Richmond owns a 12-8 all-time advantage, including a win in last year's game in Virginia. Previous to last year, the Bonnies had won three of the last four games in the series.
  • St. Bonaventure has won four straight games over Richmond at the Reilly Center and the Spiders have not picked up a victory in Western New York since Feb. 6, 2008.
  • In a game delayed by one day due to blizzard-like conditions in Richmond – approximately four inches of snow – the Bonnies could not overcome the Spiders, falling 61-54 at the Robins Center last January. Mariah Ruff had 12 points and three assists and Mckenna Maycock pulled down a then career-best 12 rebounds. Rhianna Council also had eight points and four boards. St. Bonaventure went 1-of-13 from long range. 


  • Richmond enters Wednesday's contest with an overall record of 10-15 and a 5-7 Atlantic 10 record. The Spiders have won three out of their last four with their most recent win coming on Saturday against La Salle.

  • Senior guard Micaela Parson is among the Atlantic 10's best on both ends of the court. She averages 18 points per game which ranks second in the A-10 and leads the conference in total free throws made with 130. On the defensive end, Parson snags 2.4 steals a game and has a total of 60 on the season, both ranking second in the A-10.

  • While having the most steals and steals per game in the A-10 with 219 and 8.8, respectively, the Spiders commit the second fewest amount of turnovers in the A-10. Richmond also ranks second in the Atlantic 10 in turnovers per game (12.4), turnovers forced (17.1) and turnover margin (4.7).

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