By Joseph Phelan, @JPhelan13
Comeback for the Ages – St. Bonaventure erased a 22-point deficit to secure win No. 20.
Sensational Sophomore – Katie Healy finished with 26 points, four rebounds, two assists and three steals.
Little Delivers Big – Hannah Little missed one shot en route to a 15-point, five-rebound performance.
Paint Dominance – The Bonnies outscored Duquesne 38 to 18 inside.
Tale of Two Halves – Bonaventure had 12 turnovers and zero assists in the first 20 minutes. The Bonnies had five turnovers and seven assists in the second 20 minutes.
Big Shots – Chelsea Bowker shot 1 for 8 from three, but she delivered when it mattered most—hitting one to bring Bona within six. Little and Healy ended the game with three tough shots. Healy’s last basket ultimately gave St. Bonaventure a victory.
Michael Shines Again – Emily Michael played 38 minutes, made her only shot attempt (a second half three), grabbed six rebounds, had three assists, two steals and one turnover.
What It Means? – With four conference games remaining, the Bonnies sit alone as the No. 2 seed. The top-four seeds receive a bye to the quarterfinals in the Atlantic 10 tournament in Virginia.
What’s Next? – Bonaventure travels to Virginia to take on VCU Wednesday night.