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Reid paces balanced attack as UB women rout Bona

A balanced scoring attack led the UB women to their fourth straight win, defeating St. Bonaventure, 76-59.

Stephanie Reid led the Bulls (8-1) with 15 points, six assists, five steals and four rebounds. Reid became the second UB player to have 500 career assists.

Katherine Ups, Cierra Dillard and Brittany Morrison each had 14 points.

The Bulls forced 27 turnovers, 18 of which came off steals. UB has forced at least 20 turnovers in six of their nine games.

Arielle Harvey had a career-high 18 points for the Bonnies (5-6). Danielle Migliore (15 points, 10 rebounds) recorded her first career double-double.

Mckenna Maycock, the Bonnies’ top player of late, only played seven minutes before exiting with an apparent left leg injury.

Today’s slate

The St. Bonaventure men (7-2) will look to win their fifth straight game and get off to their best start since 2001-02 when they host Vermont (7-4) at the Blue Cross Arena in Rochester (Radio 95.7 FM, 4 p.m.).

Jaylen Adams (18.0 ppg, 6.7 apg) has been a huge addition to St. Bonaventure’s offense since returning from injury. Matt Mobley continues to be the team’s leading scorer with 19.6 ppg.

Vermont has four players currently averaging at least 10 points per contest.

The UB men (6-3) and Robert Morris (6-4) will vie to win their third straight game when the two teams meet this afternoon (Radio 1520, 2 p.m.) in Alumni Arena.

CJ Massinburg (13 points, 11 rebounds) earned his second consecutive double-double in last weekend’s win over Central Penn.

Dachon Burke (17.3 ppg) and Koby Thomas (14.5) are the leading scorers for Robert Morris, which have won seven of their last eight games.

Albany (10-2) will welcome the Canisius men to the state capital this evening for a 7 p.m. tipoff (Radio 1230, 102.9 FM).

The Great Danes average nearly 80 points per game (79.8), led by Joe Cremo (17.9 ppg) and David Nichols (16.5). Albany is undefeated at home (6-0).

Sophomore guard Isaiah Reese leads Canisius (4-6) in both points and rebounds per game (16.5, 6.6).

The Niagara men (4-6) travel to Norfolk State (1-9) this afternoon for a 4 p.m. tipoff with the Spartans (Radio 550). Norfolk State won its first game over Mid-Atlantic Christian Thursday, ending a nine-game losing skid.

Canisius’ women’s team (2-6) look to snap their five-game losing streak when they host Morehead State (7-3) at 2 p.m.

Tierra McGowan leads the Eagles, averaging a double-double per game (15.4 ppg, 13.4 rpg). Sara Hinriksdottir (14.5 ppg, 6.3 rpg) is the lone Canisius player averaging at least 10 points per game.

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