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Fordham @ Davidson, January 31, 2021
Davidson is 4-0 on their home court and is 6-6 overall this season. Their offense has been decent this season, putting in 66.8 points per game. This ranks 139 in the NCAA. Davidson’s defense has had a moderate season so far, with opposing teams scoring 69.8 points per game. Davidson puts in 39.8% of their shots this season. They shoot 66.5% on their foul shots. When behind the 3-point line, they make on 32.1% of their long shots on 94 tries per game. Davidson has lost 3 in a row on their current cold streak. In victory, Davidson puts up 5.1 more points than their opponents, but in losses they put up 8.2 fewer points.
The best scorer on Davidson this season is Chloe Welch, averaging 16.5 points per game on 48.7% shooting. Behind her is Suzi-Rose Deegan, who drops 10.3 PPG on 45.6% shooting. Cassidy Gould adds more scoring to the offensive leaders Welch and Deegan by giving the team 9.1 points while shooting 41.1% from the field. Katie Turner affects the scoring in a different way, accumulating 3.8 assists per game. Sarah Konstans is an aggressive rebounder, and her 6.3 RPG show it in the stat sheet. Deegan leads Davidson’s defense with 1.0 steals per game. Deegan defends the basket, racking up 0.6 blocks per game.
When traveling, Fordham has a record of 3-2, and is 8-3 in all competitions. Their middling 63.8 points per game have earned them the 194 rank in the nation. On the defensive end of the floor, Fordham concedes very few chances, only giving opposing teams 55.4 points per game. On the season Fordham has scored on 40.3% of their attempts from the field. From beyond the arc they make 103 shots per game at a 39.5% clip. They also shoot 72.0% from the foul line. Fordham beats their opponents by an average of 10.6 points when they win, but when they lose, they are outscored by 2.2 points per game.
Anna DeWolfe leads the scoring for Fordham with 22.8 points per game while shooting 43.6%. Kendell Heremaia also chips in with 12.1 PPG on 37.5% shooting. Kaitlyn Downey supports DeWolfe and Heremaia, adding 10.4 PPG while shooting 40.2% from the field. DeWolfe helps control the offense by adding 3.5 assists per game. Downey is an aggressive rebounder, and her 11.0 RPG show it in the stat sheet. DeWolfe leads Fordham’s defense with 1.4 steals per game. Downey defends the basket, racking up 0.8 blocks per game.