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Fordham @ Davidson, January 20, 2021

Davidson:

On their own floor, Davidson’s win-loss record for the season is 4-3. Overall, they are 8-5. Davidson has an average offense that drops 72.9 PPG. This puts them at 161st in Division 1. On the other side of the court, their top tier defense only yields 65.7 points per game. They are 47.2% and 36.2% from the field and the three point line, respectively. Davidson makes 9.4 threes per game. From the free throw line, they are shooting 67.9%. In wins, Davidson scores 15.6 more points than their opponent. However, when they lose, they get beaten by an average of 6.2 points.

Davidson’s scoring is fueled by Kellan Grady, aggregating 16.5 points per game on 43.9% shooting. Hyunjung Lee compounds 14.6 more points per game with a shooting percentage of 53.4%. The third leading scorer for Davidson is Carter Collins, who drops 14.1 PPG and is 53.0% from the field. While also a scorer, Collins leads the team in assists too, racking up assists per game. Luka Brajkovic finds a way to help the team down low, bringing in 6.7 rebounds per game to lead the team. Defensively, Collins leads Davidson, swiping 0.8 steals per game. Further helping on defense is Brajkovic, who disrupts the lane with 1.1 blocks per game.

Fordham:

When traveling, Fordham has a record of 0-2, and is 1-5 in all competitions. Their disappointing 49.8 points per game have earned them the 347th rank in the nation. On the defensive end of the floor, Fordham concedes very few chances, only giving opposing teams 65.8 points per game. On the season Fordham has scored on 34.5% of their attempts from the field. From beyond the arc they make 4.7 shots per game at a 22.8% clip. They also shoot 64.0% from the foul line. Fordham is coming in cold, having lost their last 3. In victory, Fordham puts up 1.0 more points than their opponents, but in losses they put up 19.4 fewer points.

The best scorer on Fordham this season is Josh Colon, averaging 14.0 points per game on 50.0% shooting. Behind him is Chris Austin, who drops 11.0 PPG on 39% shooting. Joel Soriano adds more scoring to the offensive leaders Colon and Austin by giving the team 11.0 points while shooting 61.4% from the field. Passing comes easily to Jalen Cobb who records 4.2 assists per game. Soriano contributes on the boards as well, collecting 10.0 rebounds per game. Cobb leads Fordham’s defense with 1.8 steals per game. Soriano defends the basket, racking up 0.8 blocks per game.

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