Nov. 28, 2017
The Pioneers are averaging 70.7 points per game in 2017-18, seventh in the Summit League.
Denver is shooting 44.6 percent from the field, which ranks fourth in the Summit League.
The Pioneers are limiting their foes to 40.6 percent shooting this year, third lowest in the Summit League.
Denver knocks down 6.5 3s a game this season, eighth in the Summit League.
The Pioneers are connecting from beyond the arc at a 35.8 percent clip, good for sixth in the Summit League.
DU is outrebounding its opponents by 7.2 a game, fifth in the Summit League.
Denver is handing out 13.0 assists per game in 2017-18.
Daniel Amigo and Joe Rosga lead the team in scoring, putting up 16.8 points a night for DU, that also ranks tied for fourth in the Summit League.
Amigo also is averaging a team-high 8.0 rebounds on the season, third in the Summit League.
Amigo ranks second in the Summit League in field-goal percentage at 53.2 percent.
Elvin Rodriguez is the team's third leading scorer, putting up 11.3 points a game.
The Cowboys are currently 5-1 on the season.
Wyoming is averaging 72.0 points per contest in 2017-18, eighth in the Mountain West.
Wyo gives up 67.5 points a night, good for fourth lowest in the Mountain West.
The Cowboys are knocking down 43.3 percent of their shots this season, which ranks ninth in the Mountain West.
Wyoming has been good at holding teams to tough shots, as foes are just shooting 39.9 percent against them this year, fourth in the Mountain West.
Wyo is averaging 13.0 assists per game.
The Cowboys are making 8.8 3s a game in 2017-18, good for fourth in the Mountain West.
Hayden Dalton is the team's leading scorer, putting up 17.2 points a night, fifth highest in the Mountain West.
Dalton is also the team's leading rebounder, pulling down 6.8 a night, tied for ninth in the Mountain West.
Alan Herndon tops the Mountain West in blocked shots, sending 2.7 a game, also good for 23rd in the NCAA.
The Long Ranger
DU has at least one 3-pointer in 351 straight games, dating back to Feb. 2, 2006.
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