Davidson Wildcats will put their 12-game winning streak in two productive offense fights against Richmond on Friday.
Spiders ranks 10th in the country for the least change in each ownership, while Davidson ranks 11th. But Richmond has Jacob Gillard, the all-time I Division theft leader, who ranks No. 1 in the country this season, conceding 3.5 goals per game.
Wild cats make 41.4 percent of their 3-point shots, which is second in Division I, but they also have problems guarding the bow. Davidson allows opponents to hit 34.9 percent from the outside, ranking 254th.
It’s also hard to get a second chance, as Davidson gets the ball in 20.3 percent of his missed shots, which is 326th and 296th on each attempt.
Davidson allows the 3-point ball on the road with 42.9 percent of points, the fifth-highest total, and Richmond has 48 percent of his shots at home from a 3-point distance, spiders g ‘ will win. outside
Game: Richmond, -1.5.