UMass Vs. St. Bonaventure Halftime Score: Minutemen Trail 48-41

The Massachusetts Minutemen trail the St. Bonaventure Bonnies by seven points, after a half of play in a semi-final game in 2012 Atlantic 10 Conference Tournament. The winner of the tournament will earn an automatic bid for the NCAA Tournament.

St. Bonaventure is shooting 56 percent from the floor and has yet to turn the ball over. The Minutemen are shooting 46 percent from the field and have turned the ball over five times.

The game's leading scorer is Maxie Esho of UMass, who's scored 14 points off the bench and added seven rebounds (five offensive).

The Bonnies are being led by Demitrius Conger, who's played a great all-around game thus far, scoring 13, dishing out seven assists and grabbing four boards.

The second half of the game can be seen on the CBS Sports Network.

For more on the Atlantic 10 Tournament, check back to this StoryStream. Meanwhile, SB Nation's college basketball hub will prepare you for the month of March and the madness it brings.

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