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Second half fuels Bonnies past Yale

By Joe Ceraulo Contributing Writer A 50-point second half from St. Bonaventure today propelled the team past Yale, 75-67. Senior guard Matt Mobley got things started with five points in the opening 90 seconds, but that would be the only early offense for the Bonnies. Yale answered, leading 20-11 at the under-eight timeout. It wasn’t… Keep Reading

Adams shines in second game back

By Joe Ceraulo Contributing Writer The St. Bonaventure Bonnies men’s basketball team avenged last year’s 106-101 overtime loss to Canisius College last night, winning 73-65. Senior guard Jaylen Adams led the way, almost tallying a double-double in his second game back from a left ankle sprain. He finished with a team-leading 20 points, nine assists… Keep Reading

SPORTS/Women's basketball

Toledo powers past Bonnies

By Jeremy Castro Sports Assignment Editor   The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team fell to the University of Toledo Rockets by a final score of 58-39.  Toledo were hot right out of the gates, scoring 17 unanswered points to start the game, leading 19-6 at the end of the first quarter.  “You can not get down 17-0… Keep Reading


Bonnies fall to VCU in A10 quarterfinals

By Sports Staff The St. Bonaventure men’s soccer team faced off against the Rams of Virginia Commonwealth University in the first round of the A10 playoffs yesterday, losing 4-1. Going into the game, the expectations were higher since the Rams were ranked 22nd in the nation when the Brown and White upset them in Olean… Keep Reading

Doubles teams set for Bonaventure Classic

By Sean Mickey Contributing Writer Although the St. Bonaventure men’s tennis team did not leave victorious, fervent doubles and a strong effort by the young team gave them some solace after their performance at the Army Invitational. This past weekend, the Brown and White traveled to West Point, New York, for the Army Invite. There,… Keep Reading


Swim teams get ready to dive in

By Emily Coughlin Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure men’s and women’s swim teams start the regular season this Friday with many goals and a lot of talent. Senior backstroker Devon McFadden predicts that the Bonnies will be very successful this year with the freshmen’s new motivation and the upperclassmen’s strong skill. “So far, we have… Keep Reading

Men's Rugby/SPORTS

Men’s rugby surges to first win

By Derek Borycki Contributing Writer The St. Bonaventure University men’s rugby team got their first win in the Rugby East Conference last weekend in a 76th minute comeback victory against Wheeling Jesuit University. Getting this first win is a big step for the Bonnies, and they are excited to show what St. Bonaventure rugby is… Keep Reading

Cross Country/SPORTS

Izydorczak selected to represent Atlantic 10

By Jeremy Castro Contributing Writer The lasts couple of weeks have been quite the experience for women’s cross country runner Emily Izydorczak. A combination of personal firsts and opportunities of a life time. The junior picked up her first career individual win at the Harry F. Anderson Invitational in Rochester, was picked as the Female… Keep Reading


Late goals trip up men’s soccer

By Mike Hogan Contributing Writer The Atlantic 10 opener was a rendition of what the season has been so far for the St. Bonaventure University men’s soccer team, as they were involved in yet another back-and-forth nail-biter against the University of Rhode Island.    The Bonnies scampered off to a quick lead as junior Isaiah Barret… Keep Reading


Phillips leads way in Bonnies win

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team picked up the win in its series opener against the Richmond Spiders, winning 7-2. “I thought we just totally out played them, and that’s a fully funded, southern team,” Bonnies head coach Larry Sudbrook said. “We out hit them, we out pitched them, we… Keep Reading


Bonnies take walk-off loss against Bearcats

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team traveled to Binghamton Tuesday afternoon to play the Bearcats, but headed home with a 10-6 loss. The game saw the Bonnies (22-16) out hit by the Bearcats (23-9) 14-9, but limiting the runners left on base to three, compared to the Bearcats’ six. After… Keep Reading


Bonnies place 10th at Atlantic 10 Championship

By Alfonso De Falco Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University golf team played in the Atlantic 10 Championship in Orlando, Florida from Friday to Sunday, placing 10th overall out of 11 teams with a score of 895. The Richmond Spiders (840), VCU Rams (853) and Dayton Flyers (854) placed in the top three, respectively. The… Keep Reading


Bonnies complete sweep of Explorers

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team secured the sweep against the La Salle Explorers over the weekend, winning 9-7 on Saturday and 3-0 on Sunday. In Saturday’s game, the Bonnies out hit the Explorers 16-8, but left nine runners stranded on base over the course of the game. Though the… Keep Reading


MacCarrick helps club Bonnies to win

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team picked up a win in its series opener against the La Salle Explorers, winning 8-4. The Bonnies (20-15, 10-6 A10) edged the Explorers (8-30, 2-11 A10) in hits 10-9, while leaving six runners on base to the Explorers eight. Junior left fielder Ryan MacCarrick… Keep Reading

Extra Point/SPORTS

All Star, Hall of Famer…Owner?

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor Welcome back to baseball, Captain! I’m sorry, as a New York Yankees fan, I know Derek Jeter as Captain. But now Jeter will be called by a different title: owner. This is because Jeter, along with a group that includes former Republican Presidential nominee Jeb Bush, has agreed to buy… Keep Reading

Men's Rugby/SPORTS

SBU seniors making final mark

By Alfonso De Falco Staff Writer Whether it was from a recruitment trip or seeing an event on campus, Luis Carpio, Brian Roth and Patrick Hogan each had an interest in SBU Rugby. These guys have looked back on their years while dressing for the brown and white. “My first experience with the team was… Keep Reading

Tennis freshmen look back on first year

By Emily Coughlin Staff Writer As the season comes to an end, the freshman of the St. Bonaventure University men’s and women’s tennis teams are looking back at their first year as a Bonnie. Starting in the fall, the six new members were introduced to a concept that was different from their younger years playing… Keep Reading


Upperclassmen set to end their journey

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor For seven members of the St. Bonaventure University baseball team, the end of their careers is drawing near. The Bonnies will graduate six seniors and one graduate student this season, including: outfielder Taishi Terashima, second baseman Jared Baldinelli, catchers Tommy LaCongo and Brad Gresock, first basemen/pitchers Danny Urban and T.J.… Keep Reading


Pitching shootout goes Bonnies’ way

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team picked up a win on Wednesday, beating the University at Buffalo Bulls 1-0 after the game had been rescheduled from Tuesday. “The conference games on the weekend are where you come out with football team energy. Tuesday’s you come out kind of flat,” head… Keep Reading

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