SAINT JOSEPH’S HAWKS (11-13; 4-7 A-10) vs. ST. BONAVENTURE BONNIES (9-14; 5-5 A-10)
  February 12, 2019 • 6:30 p.m. • CBS Sports Network
Michael J. Hagan ‘85 Arena • Philadelphia, Pa.

** Tonight's game is still on as scheduled. Fans coming to the game are asked to exercise caution on the roads.

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Current SJU Streak: 1 win
Series vs. St. Bona: SJU leads 51-26
Last Meeting: 1/9/19, SBU 73-47
Coaches (years/record at school): Phil Martelli - 24th Year (441-322); Mark Schmidt - 18th Year (283-256)
Teams’ Leading Scorers: Charlie Brown, Jr. - 20.3 ppg; Courtney Stockard - 16.2 ppg

Charlie Brown, Jr., scored 28 points and Jared Bynum had 20 to lead Saint Joseph’s to a 91-61 win over Saint Louis, for the biggest winning margin of the year
• This is the second meeting between SJU and St. Bonaventure as the Bonnies scored a 73-47 win on Jan. 9
Charlie Brown, Jr., is the leading scorer in the A-10 with 20.3 ppg. In two games last week, he made 56.3 percent from the field and 44.4 percent from three-point range
Lorenzo Edwards is averaging 12.2 ppg in four games as a starter. He hit for a career-high 22 points against La Salle last week
• Anthony Longpré is expected to make his return tonight after missing six games with a concussion. But the Hawks will be without Markell Lodge, who injured his thumb Friday night vs. Saint Louis. The length of his absence is yet to be determined
• The Hawks will play their second straight A-10 ESPN Friday Night Showcase game this week when they travel to Davidson

Charlie Brown was 9-for-9 from the field with 21 points in the first half of the Saint Louis win, helping the Hawks stake an early double-digit lead. He finished the game with 28 points on 10-for-13 shooting
• He had a similar start at Dayton on Jan. 29, when he opened the game scoring 10 straight points to give SJU a quick 10-3 lead

• Injuries have been a constant for the Hawks and Markell Lodge is the most recent player to be knocked out of action
• The senior sustained a thumb injury in the first half vs. Saint Louis and will miss tonight’s game. The length of his absence yet to be determined
• The good news is that Anthony Longpré was cleared to return to action after missing six games with a concussion. He is expected to make his first appearance since the injury occurred on Jan. 18 at Saint Louis

Lorenzo Edwards had a career game offensively at La Salle, scoring a personal-best 22 points on 8-for-9 shooting
• The redshirt sophomore was also a perfect 6-for-6 from three-point range. His previous high for threes made in a game was two
• A starter in four straight games, Edwards scored a then-personal best 14 points in the win over UMass and had 11 vs. Saint Louis
• In the past three games, Edwards has connected on 16-of-24 (66.7%) from the field and 11-of-16 (68.7%) from beyond the arc

• The Hawks will travel to Davidson on Feb. 15 for their third A-10 ESPN Friday NIght Showcase game of the year
• That also game marks the first of three straight road games for SJU. The Hawks' next home game is March 2 vs. La Salle