Stbonnies 36 26 62
Wakeforest 28 49 77
Date of game: 12/17/2013

Recap: Wake Forest vs. St Bonaventure

Winston-Salem, NC (SportsNetwork.com) - Codi Miller-McIntyre scored 20 points in leading the Wake Forest Demon Deacons to a 77-62 home win over the St. Bonaventure Bonnies at Lawrence Joel Coliseum in a non-conference matchup.

The Demon Deacons (9-2) also had big scoring games from Devin Thomas and Travis McKie, who scored 18 and 16 points, respectively. All nine wins for the Deacons this season have come on their home floor.

The Bonnies (7-4) were led by Andell Cumberbatch, who scored 19 points and led the team with seven rebounds and six steals. No other St. Bonaventure player scored in double digits.

The Bonnies led 36-28 at the half. The Demon Deacons were playing their first game after a 10-day layoff and showed a little rust, shooting just 35.7 percent from the field over the first 20 minutes, compared to 40.5 percent for the Bonnies.

The second half was a different story, however. The Demon Deacons shot over 62 percent and scored 49 points as the Bonnies faded. They scored only 26 second half points, making just 4-of-11 free throws in the process.

The Demon Deacons outrebounded the Bonnies by 10, a 42-32 margin and outscored them at the free-throw line, 18-7.

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