Monday Numbers

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GW’s Isaiah Armwood ranks among the top five in both rebounds and blocks this season.

One of the joys of college hoops: numbers. Let’s look at some basic stats early into this college hoop season.

RPI/(Strength of Schedule)
8. Butler (3)
30. St. Louis (7)
32. VCU (13)
40. Xavier (101)
54. Charlotte (254)
64. St. Joseph’s (49)
69. La Salle (105)
75. Temple (290)
101. Richmond (206)
106. St. Bonaventure (218)
112. UMass (55)
152. Rhode Island (25)
165. Duquense (195)
202. Dayton (288)
204. George Washington (256)
331. Fordham (322)

Top 5s…

Scoring Offense
1. VCU 73.6
2. Xavier 73.3
3. Temple 72.2
4. St. Bonaventure 72
5. Butler 71.4

Scoring Defense
1. Charlotte 57.9
2. St. Louis 60.1
3. VCU 60.6
4. Dayton 60.7
5. Temple 61

Average Home Attendance
1. Dayton 12,140
2. Xavier 9767
3. VCU 7693
4. Butler 6713
5. St. Louis 6,178

Scoring
1. Xavier Munford (Rhode Island) 18.9
2. Rotnei Clarke (Butler) 18
3. Branden Frazier (Fordham) 16.6
4. Tyreek Duren (La Salle) 16.4
5. Chris Johnson (St. Bonaventure) 16.2

Rebounding
1. Ronald Roberts (St. Joseph’s) 9.8
2. Juvonte Reddic (VCU) 8.6
3. Isaiah Armwood (GW) 8.57
4. Devin Oliver (Dayton) 8
5. Derrick Williams (Richmond) 7.5

Assists
1. Chaz Williams (UMass) 7.5
2. Semaj Christian (Xavier) 6.2
3. Khalif Wyatt (Temple) 5
4(tie). Darius Theus (VCU) 4.6
4(tie). Derrick Colter (Duqesne) 4.6

Steals
1. Briante Weber (VCU) 3
2. Ramon Galloway (La Salle) 2.8
3. Pierria Henry (Charlotte) 2.6
4. Rhalir Hollis-Jefferson (Temple) 2.4
5(tie). Jess Morgan (UMass) 2.3
5(tie). Cedrick Lindsay (Richmond) 2.3

Blocked Shots
1. Isaiah Armwood (GW) 3
2. Jordan Hare (Rhode Island) 2.6
3. CJ Aiken (St. Josephs) 2.3
4. Andre Marhold (Duquesne) 1.9
5(tie). Youssou Ndoye (St. Bonaventure) 1.8
5(tie). Cady LaLanne (UMass) 1.8

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Mat Shelton-Eide has been involved in college athletics since 2007, starting as a co-founder of VCURamNation.com where he covered the Rams all the way to Houston as the one-time CAA darling shocked the hoops world with a historic run to the Final 4. He has worked within two Atlantic 10 athletic departments, first as a graduate assistant in the VCU Sports Information Department during the '09-'10 basketball season, then after receiving his M.Ed. from VCU's Center for Sport Leadership, as a ticketing and marketing intern in the University of Richmond's athletic department during the inaugural season of Richmond's Robins Stadium, months before the Spiders 2011 Sweet 16 run.

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