Two for the road. Bonnies made it two straight away from home in the win column by defeating Richmond 66-62. Wednesday’s game at the Robins Center saw the Bonnies improve to 12-11 (6-4) while the host Spiders dropped to 11-12 (4-6). Numbers and notes….
Possessions: 66. Not a surprising number at all. Chris Mooney’s Spiders run the Princeton offense featuring a number of cuts, passes and possessions that use a generous portion of the shot clock. Richmond’s average possession length per Kenpom.com is 18.4 seconds, good for 13th in the A10.
Offensive efficiency: St. Bona 100, Richmond 94. A respectable showing on offense for the Bonnies. Better than respectable on the defensive end.
eFG pct: St. Bona 55, Richmond 43. Bonnies actually shot better inside the arc than beyond. From two point range they were 14 of 31 for 45%. From three point area Bona shot 8 of 16 for 50%. Richmond shot 18 of 48 (38%) for the game including 5 for 24 (21%) from three.
Ft Rate: St...