Northern Colorado vs San Francisco – Match preview – November 21, 2021


The San Francisco Dons () host the Northern Colorado Bears () after Jasmine Gayles’ 21-point performance in the Dons 73-46 win over UC Davis. The game will take place at 5 p.m. ET on Sunday, November 21, 2021.

Gayles’ 21 points led San Francisco to a 73-46 victory over UC Davis on Thursday in the team’s last action.

Hannah Simental helped lead northern Colorado to a 60-58 victory over UT Rio Grande Valley on Tuesday, scoring 14 points on the outing.

San Francisco team statistics

San Francisco tallied 71.9 points per game last season while northern Colorado allowed 63.8 points per game. The Dons were 16-4 when they scored over 64 points.

The Dons beat their downtown opponents last season, reversing 7.7 three-pointers per game while giving up 5.7 three-pointers by their opponents. When San Francisco averaged over the arc last season, the Dons were 12-3.

Northern Colorado Team Stats

The Bears averaged 64.8 points per game last season, 4.2 below San Francisco’s allowable points per game average. Northern Colorado was 8-3 when it hit the 69-point mark that year.

Led by Alisha Davis’ two steals per game, the Bears won the overall turnover battle last season, forcing 12.8 takeaways per game while spitting just 15.2 times per game. When San Francisco made at least 13 turnovers last season, the Dons were 9-6.

Last season’s leaders in San Francisco

Lucija Kostic led San Francisco in rebounds and assists, catching 6.5 boards and distributing 4.5 assists per game while scoring 3.5 points per game last season. Ioanna Krimili led the Dons in scoring and averaged 18.1 points per game.

Krimili was the best depths bet for San Francisco last season. She led the team at three per game, knocking down 3.4 treys per game while shooting 43% from beyond the arc.

Northern Colorado leaders last season

Davis averaged 17.1 points and 10.1 rebounds per game, leading northern Colorado in both scoring and rebounding last season. The Bears also got 11.7 points from Gayles, while Simental added 8.8 points per game.

Gayles helped space the ground for northern Colorado last season, leading the Bears averaging 1.9 three-pointers per game while shooting 39 percent from beyond the arc.

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