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CBB : First Half Matchup
Thursday 3/21/2019Line$ LineOU LineScore
 First Half Results



FARLEIGH DICKINSON (21 - 13) vs. GONZAGA (30 - 3)
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Thursday, 3/21/2019 7:27 PM
NCAA Tournament - First Round - Vivint Smart Home - Salt Lake City, UT
Board First Half
FARLEIGH DICKINSON - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games21-13+8.419-1215-1575.635.048.0%33.171.432.244.2%33.5
Road Games8-9+4.212-56-1169.631.545.7%32.769.832.945.0%33.9
Last 5 Games5-0+5.74-12-377.435.853.3%32.663.628.241.1%28.6
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)75.635.027-5648.0%8-1940.4%15-2072.9%33814177134
vs opponents surrendering73.133.926-5744.9%7-2135.2%15-2170.6%35813186134
Team Stats (Road Games)69.631.525-5545.7%7-1837.4%13-1773.2%33813177144
Stats Against (All Games)71.432.226-5844.2%8-2334.9%12-1769.6%331013186153
vs opponents averaging7032.524-5842.2%8-2333.3%14-2070.2%35912196143
Stats Against (Road Games)69.832.925-5745.0%7-2134.8%12-1863.8%341014167144

GONZAGA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games30-3+4.221-1216-1788.842.853.2%38.665.129.738.9%32.4
Road Games13-3+4.28-88-885.038.552.3%36.671.432.741.6%32.7
Last 5 Games4-1+13-23-280.839.453.5%33.664.629.041.8%30.2
GONZAGA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)88.842.832-6153.2%8-2136.5%17-2276.7%39918168105
vs opponents surrendering70.63325-5744.0%7-2134.1%14-1971.3%34813186133
Team Stats (Road Games)85.038.531-6052.3%8-2136.1%15-2075.1%37817166105
Stats Against (All Games)65.129.724-6138.9%7-2130.9%11-1569.5%32910195142
vs opponents averaging73.134.426-5745.0%8-2234.8%14-1972.1%35913186133
Stats Against (Road Games)71.432.726-6241.6%8-2234.8%12-1674.0%33911185122
Average power rating of opponents played: FARLEIGH DICKINSON 66.4,  GONZAGA 76.1
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/31/2019LONG ISLAND80-77W-4.5L151.5O29-6147.5%361131-6349.2%3610
2/2/2019ROBERT MORRIS97-94W-4L136.5O28-5848.3%441533-7941.8%3510
2/7/2019@ SACRED HEART63-69L5L157.5U22-6434.4%381327-6342.9%4115
2/9/2019@ ST FRANCIS-NY84-73W2.5W137.5O31-5655.4%391426-6440.6%2911
2/14/2019ST FRANCIS-PA62-87L - -25-5942.4%311432-6450.0%4010
2/21/2019SACRED HEART81-63W-2W160U29-5354.7%331124-6735.8%3410
2/28/2019@ MOUNT ST MARYS65-59W-3W144.5U24-5642.9%411321-6233.9%3410
3/2/2019@ C CONN ST70-58W-4.5W149U23-5343.4%341425-5843.1%3215
3/9/2019ROBERT MORRIS66-62W-5L135U19-3850.0%291724-5642.9%2314
3/12/2019@ ST FRANCIS-PA85-76W4.5W146O30-4763.8%25930-6347.6%2910
3/19/2019*PRAIRIE VIEW A&M82-76W-2W148O30-5554.5%401728-6443.7%2712

GONZAGA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
1/31/2019@ BYU93-63W-14.5W162.5U37-6358.7%41924-6536.9%318
2/2/2019SAN DIEGO85-69W-23L150.5O29-5453.7%311024-5246.2%2917
2/7/2019SAN FRANCISCO92-62W-19W151O32-6450.0%461026-6738.8%3412
2/9/2019ST MARYS-CA94-46W-17W148.5U35-6058.3%42615-5825.9%3111
2/14/2019@ LOYOLA-MARYMOUNT73-60W-21.5L138U23-5046.0%351025-6637.9%365
2/16/2019@ SAN DIEGO79-67W-16L149U32-5558.2%351023-5839.7%269
2/28/2019@ PACIFIC86-66W-23L141O33-5560.0%34823-6237.1%2812
3/2/2019@ ST MARYS-CA69-55W-9.5W143U28-5352.8%301023-5740.4%3013
3/12/2019*ST MARYS-CA47-60L-14.5L139U18-4837.5%271223-5145.1%3411
3/21/2019*FARLEIGH DICKINSON              
GONZAGA: Last season: 32-5, reached the Sweet Sixteen for fourth consecutive season
Nickname: Bulldogs
Coach: Mark Few
Conference: West Coast
Who's gone: Forward Johnathan Williams, guard Silas Melson.
Who's back: NBA hopefuls Rui Hachimura and Killian Tillie, starting guard Josh Perkins (12.3 points) and late season hero Zach Norvell Jr. (12.7 points). Hachimura came off the bench last year, but his raw athleticism excited pro scouts. Jeremy Jones and Corey Kispert also return.
Who's new: Brandon Clarke becomes eligible after transferring from San Jose State, where he averaged 17.3 points, 8.7 rebounds and 2.6 blocks per game as a sophomore. "He's easily the most athletic guy I have ever played with," Perkins said. Graduate transfer Geno Crandall is coming from North Dakota, where he averaged 16.6 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game last year.
The Skinny: The Zags' No. 3 ranking in the AP preseason poll is the highest in their history, and this team on paper has a chance to reach the national title game.
Expectations: Las Vegas odds-makers have the Zags at 15-2 odds to win the NCAA Tournament, trailing only Duke and Kentucky. They are expected to win the West Coast Conference.
Gonzaga focused, fired up for Fairleigh Dickinson

Gonzaga is almost a perfectly constructed team, a powerhouse that steamrolled most of its opponents this season.

Farleigh Dickson is suddenly a lovable underdog.

No. 1 seed Gonzaga has been building toward the NCAA Tournament all season, while the Knights popped onto the national radar Tuesday night by rallying for an 82-76 victory over Prairie View A&M in a First Four game in Dayton, Ohio.

The Bulldogs and 16th-seeded Farleigh Dickinson will play in a West Region first-round game in Salt Lake City on Thursday.

If it needed it, Gonzaga (30-3) can claim extra motivation after it played its ugliest game of the season when it lost 60-47 to Saint Mary's in a slow-down affair in the West Coast Conference title game on March 12.

"That was super tough for us," said forward Brandon Clarke, "but it will be good for us because now we kind of have that fire and hype to want to go play again."

Gonzaga is a No. 1 seed for the third time in its history and was also on the top line in 2017, when the Bulldogs reached their first Final Four and busted through to the title game, losing 71-65 to North Carolina.

"It's an honor to be the No. 1 seed," said coach Mark Few, whose teams have reached four consecutive Sweet 16s. "Especially with the way this year has gone, I think everyone started talking, thinking about this a while ago."

Farleigh Dickinson (21-13) roared back from a 13-point second-half deficit Tuesday night to win its first NCAA Tournament game in six tries.

"It's history. It's amazing. All the glory goes to my players and my staff," coach Greg Herenda said on truTV. "I just basically have to get out of the way more."

Senior guard Darnell Edge, the Northeast Conference tournament Most Valuable Player, scored a career-high 33 points and boosted his team-leading average to 16.9 points per game. Guard Jahlil Jenkins scored 20 of his 22 points in the second half.

Edge drained 7 of 9 3-pointers Tuesday night and has made 91 of 188 (48.4 percent) for the season.

He signed with FDU in late summer before his freshman year after having no other Division I offers. Look at him now, Herenda said.

"If any of the kids that are watching this tournament -- I know you want to watch (Duke forward) Zion (Williamson) and all the great ones; so do I -- but these are the heroes," Herenda said. "These are the heroes, the kids that are like the people watching TV that get better every day. And that's why March to me is mad. It's mad."

Gonzaga seems to check all the boxes: Size. Depth. Star power. Versatility. Three-point shooting. Health. Coaching. An early season win over Duke in the Maui Invitational.

Junior forward Rui Hachimura is averaging 20.1 points and has NBA draft lottery talent. Senior point guard Josh Perkins averages 6.5 assists, helping Gonzaga lead the nation in field goal percentage (53.2). Clarke averages 16.5 points and 3.1 blocks, shoots a national-best 69.3 percent from the field and is one of four finalists for the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year award.

Zach Norvell Jr., Corey Kispert or Killian Tillie -- a 6-10 junior who returned for the WCC tournament after recovering from a partially torn plantar fascia in his right foot -- all are capable of making big impacts. Tillie missed 22 games this season because of two foot injuries.

"We're healthy," Few said. "So that's a good thing."

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 7/12/2020 11:58:00 AM EST

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