The St. Bonaventure women's basketball team wraps up its regular season schedule with a trip to Duquesne Saturday afternoon. With just one game left to play, the Bonnies still could play at one of four different sites in the first round of the Atlantic 10 Tournament next week depending on Saturday's league results.
BY THE NUMBERS - ST. BONAVENTURE AT DUQUESNE
- 0 - Entering the final day of the regular season, none of the seeds in the upcoming Atlantic 10 Tournament have been locked in.
- 2 - The Bonnies have two one-point wins in A-10 play this season - vs. Rhode Island Feb. 21 (62-61) and at UMass Jan. 26 (64-63).
- 5 - Now with five Atlantic 10 wins, the Bonnies have their most conference victories since scoring 12 in the 2015-16 season.
- 6.1 - The Bonnies average 6.1 three-pointers per game this season, a total that ranks fourth in the Atlantic 10.
- 13 - Asianae Johnson recorded her 13th double-figure scoring game Wednesday, most by a Bona freshman since Dana Mitchell in '06-07 (22 games).
- 36 - Mckenna Maycock has 36 3s during Atlantic 10 play - second among all A-10 players - only Jordyn Frantz has more (45).
- 89 - The 89 assists from freshman Deja Francis are the most by any Bona freshman since Tricia Pawling had 108 in 1994-95. Pawling is third all-time on the SBU career assists list (434).
- 108 - Wednesday's Bonnies game vs. La Salle featured 108 combined rebounds including a season-high 47 from the Bonnies.
- Saturday marks the 58th meeting all-time between the rivals St. Bonaventure and Duquesne.
- Duquesne has dominated the series in Pittsburgh. In 27 meetings in Pittsburgh all-time, Duquesne has won 22 times. Though the Bonnies have won five of the last seven meetings at home, they have not fared nearly as well at the Palumbo Center where the Brown and White last won on Feb. 1, 2012.
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Freshman Asianae Johnson got some national attention following her buzzer-beater to send the Bonnies to a 62-61 win over Rhode Island Feb. 21. The highlight of her game-winning layup as time expired ranked at No. 2 on the 11 p.m. ESPN SportsCenter Top 10 Plays and stayed at No. 3 for the Los Angeles ediiton of the show.