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Lacrosse/SPORTS

Bonnies clipped by Minutewomen on road

By Emily Coughlin Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University women’s lacrosse team took a loss against the University of Massachusetts Minutewomen today, losing 19-5 at home in Atlantic 10 play. The Minutewomen began the game with eight consecutive goals, and with 14 minutes left in the first half, junior attack Gabrielle Bradley beat the Minutewomen… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Bonnies swept in doubleheader at Wagner

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team was swept by the Wagner Seahawks in a road doubleheader Friday, losing the first game 6-5 and the second 4-1. The Seahawks out hit the Bonnies in game one 11-9, while the Bonnies missed scoring opportunities by leaving 12 runners on base over the… Keep Reading

Softball/SPORTS

Bonnies-Purple Eagles split two-game series

By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Associate Editor   St. Bonaventure Bonnies 12  Niagara Purple Eagles 8 The Bonnies (10-25, 1-5) snapped a four-game losing streak with the victory over the Purple Eagles (9-16), starting with sophomore shortstop Alissa Karjel coming up to plate in the bottom of the first inning and driving in the first run… Keep Reading

Golf/SPORTS

Bonnies second, Ditcher third at Golf Classic

By Alfonso De Falco Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University golf team participated in the Colonial Golf Classic at Montour Heights Country Club on Monday and Tuesday. The Bonnies finished second overall, which freshman Nolan Ditcher tying for third individually. Tournament host Robert Morris took the victory with a score of 605. The Bonnies led… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Home runs, walk-off highlights Bonnies doubleheader

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team split its doubleheader against the Niagara Purple Eagles, winning the first game 5-1 and dropping the second 2-1 in eight innings. Both games were set to be played in seven innings. In game one, the Bonnies equaled the Purple Eagles in hits with six… Keep Reading

Lacrosse/SPORTS

Lacrosse held to one goal in loss

By Dave Malchak Staff Writer On Sunday afternoon, the St. Bonaventure women’s lacrosse team lost 13 to 1 at the Davidson Wildcats. The Bonnies (2-9, 0-3) resumed conference play after Friday’s game versus Saint Joseph’s was cancelled. The Wildcats out shot the Bonnies which led them to a comfortable 7-0 advantage.  Wildcat’s senior attack Annie Brockett earned herself… Keep Reading

SPORTS

Club baseball wins first two games

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University club baseball team picked up its first two wins in team history Sunday evening, defeating the University of Rochester club team 8-5 and 20-5, respectively. Sophomore Garrett Johnston sparked the offense in game one, hitting an inside the park home run to get things going. Senior… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Bonnies win series after splitting doubleheader

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team split Sunday’s doubleheader against the Rhode Island Rams, losing the first game 8-4 and winning the second 7-5. The Bonnies took two of three from the Rams over the weekend. I thought we out played them in game one and game three,” head coach… Keep Reading

Men's Rugby/SPORTS

Bonnies rugby place 4th and 6th in home tourney

By Alfonso De Falco Staff Writer After winning the championship last year, St. Bonaventure University was unsuccessful in repeating as champions. The first team for Kutztown was able to capture this year’s championship and did so in dominating fashion. With the Bonnies, the first side went 2-1 in pool play with wins against both University… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Phillips, Bonnies hand URI first A10 loss

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team opened its weekend series against Rhode Island Saturday afternoon, defeating the Rams 5-2 and handing them their first Atlantic 10 loss of the season. The Bonnies have now won five straight games. The Bonnies (12-10, 6-4 A10) out hit the Rams (14-12, 5-1 A10)… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Pitching, hitting collide with DH rule

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor College baseball differs from professional baseball in a few ways, and one of those is its rule on the possible use of a pitcher or designated hitter. Larry Sudbrook, the head coach of the St. Bonaventure University baseball team, explained exactly what the rule is. “When you start a game,… Keep Reading

Senior leadership displaying on court

By Emily Coughlin Staff Writer After four years of hard work, the St. Bonaventure University tennis seniors will play in their last home match this Sunday. Three seniors will be graduating; Lauren Doversola from Honolulu, Hristo Hristov from Varna, Bulgaria, and Mara Martinez Santori from San Juan, Puerto Rico. All three seniors agreed that being… Keep Reading

Men's Rugby/SPORTS

Men’s rugby gears up for home tourney

By Alfonso De Falco Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University rugby team will be hosting their annual 7s tournament this Saturday. This is the second annual tournament the team will be hosting. Head coach Andrew “Tui” Osborne came up with the idea last year in hopes of gaining exposure for the program. “7s is a… Keep Reading

Extra Point/SPORTS

NATIONAL CHAMPS!

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor They did it! After a year of hearing about Kris Jenkins and his game-winning shot, Marcus Paige’s three, and being reminded of exactly how painful the loss was, the Redeem Team did exactly what the players said they’d do and captured the NCAA men’s basketball National Championship. Now, as a… Keep Reading

Cross Country/SPORTS

XC adjusting to rubber setting

By Kiley O’Donnell Sports Assignment Editor This year, the St. Bonaventure University athletic department added track as one of its Division I programs. The team rosters are built up by the university’s men’s and women’s cross-country teams. From running on the course to running on the track, the atmosphere is a little different, according to… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Bonnies take make-up game from Purple Eagles

By Mike DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University baseball team picked up its 11th win of the season on Wednesday, beating the Niagara Purple Eagles 7-2. The game was makeup for the postponed game from March 21. The Bonnies (11-10) are now 4-1 at home and have won four straight games. The Bonnies out… Keep Reading

Bonnies split weekend on both sides

By Alfonso De Falco Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University men’s and women’s tennis teams completed their two game road trip this weekend. The men’s team lost to St. Joseph’s on Saturday 6-1, then picked up a win Sunday against La Salle 4-3. The women’s team was unable to pick up the win against St.… Keep Reading

Baseball/SPORTS

Bonnies complete sweep of Dayton

By Dave Malchak Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University baseball team swept both games of a doubleheader on Sunday afternoon at Fred Handler Park. After winning on Saturday, they completed a three-game sweep for the weekend. They won the first game, 6-4, and the second game, 18-14. By the end of the second game the… Keep Reading

Lacrosse/SPORTS

Bonnies struggle defensively, fall to Mason

By Emily Coughlin Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University women’s lacrosse team picked up a loss to George Mason on the road in Fairfax, Virginia, today, with a final score of 21-9. Senior midfielder Taylor Fallon led the Bonnies, scoring five goals, while senior midfielder Scarlett Jaworski scored two. Senior attackers Rachel Perla and Maddison… Keep Reading

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