Wednesday, February 26
Saint Louis at Dayton | 11:00 a.m. | Watch Live - A-10 Digital Network
George Mason at Fordham | 7:00 | Watch Live - A-10 Digital Network
George Washington at St. Bonaventure | 7:00| Watch Live - A-10 Digital Network
La Salle at Duquesne | 7:00 | Watch Live - A-10 Digital Network
VCU at Richmond | 7:00| Watch Live - A-10 Digital Network
Recent Scores (Click Here for Recaps)
Sunday, February 23
Dayton 82, Saint Joseph’s 56
UMass 69, Rhode Island 56
A-10 News and Notes
With a victory Saturday over Fordham, Duquesne’s Class of 2014 is now the second winningest senior class in program history with 85 wins, three short of last year’s class who had 88 victories. Coming into tonight’s game, Wumi Agunbiade was tied with tied with 2014 A-10 Legend honoree Candace Futrell (‘04) with 1,668 career points - with her 22 point effort tonight, she now has 1,690 career points and sits alone in 2nd place all-time.
St. Bonaventure’s win victory Saturday over George Mason marked just the second time in program history the Bonnies have won 10 or more conference games. The other time was the 2011-12 season in which the team finished with a perfect 14-0 A-10 record in the regular season.
With a win over SLU, VCU has won 10 more games than last season, when it finished 11-19. With 12 points Saturday, Parks moved into fifth place on VCU’s single-season scoring list with 604. She also moved into sole possession of eighth on the Rams’ career rebounds list.VCU improved to 11-2 at home this season, its most victories at the Siegel Center since 2008-09.
Dayton has won 25 consecutive games at home. Its win streak is the third longest in the nation. Chattanooga (37) and East Carolina (26) are the only teams ahead of UD. The Flyers are averaging 84.4 points per game which is best in the Atlantic 10 and fifth best in the nation. The Flyers have scored 80+ points in 18 of their 25 games this season, including 100+ in three games.With a victory over Richmond Saturday, GW improved to 19-8 overall and 10-4 in A-10 play with its third straight win and maintains a tie for second place in the league standings with two games to go in the regular season. Jonquel Jones scored her career-high 23 points on 11-of-15 shooting, and she added three assists and two blocks. Grad student Danni Jackson tallied 16 points and six assists, and freshman Caira Washington chipped in 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting.