SAINT JOSEPH'S HAWKS (3-3) vs. UIC FLAMES (3-3)
November 28, 2018 • 7 p.m. • NBC Sports Philadelphia + • ESPN+
Michael J. Hagan ‘85 Arena • Philadelphia, Pa.

TV  NBC Sports Philadelphia+, NBC Sports Chicago (Matt Martucci, Joe Lunardi
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** Fans are asked to bring a new, unwrapped toy for the U.S. Marines' annual "Toys for Tots" collection. Bins will be in the Hagan Arena lobby at both games this week.

THE MATCHUP
Series vs. UIC: SJU leads 2-0
Last Meeting: 11/13/17, SJU 86-82 ot
Coaches (years/record at school): Phil Martelli - 24th Year (433-312); Steve McClain- 4th Year (45-63)
Teams’ Leading Scorers: Charlie Brown, Jr. - 25.0 ppg; Tarkus Ferguson - 18.0 ppg

THE HAWKS
Charlie Brown, Jr., scored a career-high 37 points, but it was in a losing cause as the Hawks saw William & Mary rally for an 87-85 win on Saturday. Lamarr Kimble scored 18 and Pierfrancesco Oliva grabbed 12 rebounds
• Today marks SJU’s first home game since November 12
• The Hawks lead the A-10 in three-point percentage, converting 41.9 percent
• SJU also tops the league and ranks second in the nation in turnover average with 8.2 per game
• Charlie Brown, Jr., is the leading scorer in the A-10 with 25.0 points per game and ranks ninth in the nation. He also tops the conference in three-point field goals made per game (3.4) and in three-point percentage (56.8)
• Jared Bynum ranks eighth in the NCAA stats in assist/turnover ratio as he has 22 assists to just four turnovers on the year
• The Hawks’ three-game losing streak is their longest since a five-game streak in January and February last season 2018
• Saint Joseph’s hosts Temple in the annual Big 5 game on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. with the national telecast on NBC Sports Network

WHAT BROWN CAN DO FOR YOU
Charlie Brown, Jr., established a new career-high for the third time this year as he poured in 37 points at William & Mary
• He scored 23 in the first half, the highest single-half total of his career, hitting 11-of-17 from the field and 11-of-14 from the foul line
• His 37 points were the third most in the history of Kaplan Arena and was tied as the seventh highest single-game scoring total in Saint Joseph's history

THREES ALL AROUND
• The Hawks have three of the top three-point shooters in the Atlantic 10 as Charlie Brown, Jr., leads the league in three-point percentage (56.8), Jared Bynum is second (52.6) and Taylor Funk is tied for third (47.1)
• Brown also leads the A-10 in three-point field goals made per game (3.5) while Funk is third in the league (2.7)
• SJU has made 65 threes, the 29th highest total in the NCAA

TAYLOR’S THREE’`S
• Sophomore Taylor Funk now has 100 three-pointers in the 37 games of his career thus far, which is the quickest to 100 of any Hawk. By comparison, all-time leader Langston Galloway made 75 threes in his first 37 games
• Funk set the SJU freshman record last season when he made 84 in 32 games
• He hit a career-best 6-for-7 from beyond the arc in the win over Wake Forest

30 FOR 30
• SJU has received two individual 30-point efforts thus far, as Lamarr Kimble netted 31 vs. West Virginia and Charlie Brown, Jr., had at 37 points at William & Mary

LOOKING AHEAD
• SJU is in the midst of a busy two-week stretch as it will host Temple on Saturday before visiting Princeton on Wednesday, Dec. 5 and then rival Villanova on Saturday, Dec. 8
• The Hawks then take the annual break for final exams and will return to action on Dec. 22 by hosting 2018 Final Four team Loyola Chicago at the Palestra

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