St. Francis has an eperienced, guard-laden line-up that plays nine in a rotation featuring three double-figure scorers.
Luckey is the "do-right" man for the Red Flash. He sports a sparkling 20ppg, can both drive and hit from behind the arc. Darshan has taken twice as many shots as the second shooter on the team and rarely passes the ball.
If Luckey is the "star" then Farha is the straw that stirs the drink. He's the consummate PG, a very good 3-point shooter who is too offensively unselfish. One major flaw for St. Francis is, outside of Farha's ball-handling, they turn the ball over a lot.
On defense, they force teams to play a perimeter game by via a solid zone to off-set their thin front-line. Outside of Osborn, St. Francis has little front-line support. They are either too skinny, too slow or just plain not Division I material. Good ball movement will cause St. Francis too ooze open looks.
The Red Flash does get to the FT line fairly well and quite average on the boards, but are capable of torrid shooting streaks. Of note, they struggle against athletic, quick guards.