rfloriani

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For St. Bonaventure this was a gut check victory. The Bonnies built a 14 point lead before holding off a second half Davidson run to defeat the Wildcats at Belk Arena on Wednesday. The victory improved Bona to 12-3 (10-3) while Davidson fell to 11-7 (6-4). The numbers of note:
 
Possessions: 56. Similar to Sunday’s game at Reilly Center and very much in line with the pace both teams employ.
 
Offensive efficiency (points per possession): St. Bona 100, Davidson 95. Another solid defensive effort by Bona as Bob McKillop’s Wildcats are averaging 108 efficiency (second  in conference play).
 
Back to back. Bonnies defeated Davidson on Sunday at Reilly Center. Once again Bona found the mark from beyond the arc, shooting 11 of 21 (54%) for the game. Jaren Holmes (16 points on 4 of 6  from three) and Dominick Welch (15 and 5 of 9) led the way for Bona. 
 
Going cold. Bonnies led by 9 at intermission and 14 with just over 15 minutes to play. They then went ice cold, For the second half...

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