"When you are not shooting well, you have to find other ways to make it happen," said Wilson, who was 2 for 5 from beyond the arc. "We had no movement, no flow or rhythm for most of the first half."
Leading by 60-54, St. Bonaventure got some breathing room when Demitrius Conger (21 points) made a driving layup and converted the ensuing foul shot to increase the lead to 63-54 with 3:33 left.
St. Joseph's is 10-7 and 1-3 in the Atlantic Ten, and this is a far cry from the Hawks team that was the preseason choice to be conference champion. The suddenly rejuvenated Bonnies are 9-9, 2-3.
St. Bonaventure may not want to leave the city, with the win following Saturday's 81-78 victory at Temple.
Halil Kanacevic, who missed the Hawks' previous three games because of a death in his family, scored a team-high 16 points and made all six of his shots.
Hawks guard Langston Galloway left the game for good with 2:19 remaining in the first half after getting poked in his left eye while attempting a steal. Galloway suffered an abrasion of the cornea.
"It was a little blurry, and it was better I didn't go back in the game," said Galloway, who went scoreless.
If the news wasn't bad enough, Hawks guard Carl Jones wasn't in the starting lineup because he violated a team rule. Jones did play and scored eight points, but he missed all seven shots from three-point territory.
"We don't have a lot of rules, and he wanted to tweak one just a little bit, and you have to run the program," coach Phil Martelli said. "You hope that tomorrow he learned."
This was the second time Jones has been disciplined this season. He missed the first three games (one exhibition, two regular season) for a violation of the university's community standards.
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