|George Washington||I Armwood 12.0||I Armwood 8.5||J McDonald 3.2|
|Saint Joseph's||C Jones 14.7||R Roberts Jr. 8.6||C Wilson 3.8|
St. Joseph's (PA) plays host to George Washington at Hagan Arena on Saturday. Tipoff is at 4 p.m. EST and it can be seen on CSN-MA, NW, TCN-PHI, CSS. The Hawks are 4-1 against the Colonials over the last four years. The last time they played they won 73-66 on Feb. 18, 2012.
St. Joseph's (PA) is in 10th place in the conference, George Washington is in seventh place.
In spite of 16 points from Halil Kanacevic, the Hawks came up short 76-64 against La Salle on Feb. 16. He tallies 9.1 points per game and also adds 7.3 rebounds per game. For the Colonials, Lasan Kromah put up 13 points in the 68-60 win over Fordham on Feb. 20. He contributes 3.8 rebounds per game in addition to his 9.9 points per game. A key area of strength for George Washington is offensive rebounding percentage at 37.4 percent, which ranks second in their conference (and 30th nationally).
George Washington StatSmack
- Even computers respect St. Joseph's more. St. Joseph's has a better RPI this season than George Washington (RPI: No. 83 vs. No. 123).
- St. Joseph's players are more experienced than George Washington players (17,811 minutes played vs. 12,690 minutes played).
- Langston Galloway is ranked 8th in the A-10 in three-pointers.
- The St. Joseph's basketball team finishes what they start, with a better graduation rate than George Washington (71 percent vs. 60 percent).
- St. Joseph's has a much lower out-of-state cost per year according to Kiplinger than George Washington ($48,704 vs. $54,225).
- Chris Wilson is ranked 10th in the A-10 in assists.
- Carl Jones is ranked 10th in the A-10 in three-pointers.
- St. Joseph's has a much lower average debt at graduation according to Kiplinger than George Washington ($NA vs. $31,299).
- St. Joseph's is a better three-point shooting team (34.0 percent vs. 29.4 percent) than George Washington this season.
|B||R. Roberts Jr.||31||11||9||1||1||1||2|