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Taqqee set for final season

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By Jeff Uveino, Sports Staff It is no secret that St. Bonaventure has one of the most highly-acclaimed lineup of guards in college basketball, but there is one less-known player who will play a big part in keeping the Bonnies’ wheels turning—Idris Taqqee. Entering his senior season, Taqqee will serve as one of the team…

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NFL Picks: Week 10

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By A.J. Mitchell Seattle Seahawks @ Arizona Cardinals Russell Wilson should be able to continue leading the team on the ground while Adrian Peterson looks to pace Arizona. At the end of the day, I’d be surprised to see the Cardinals win without Carson Palmer at QB despite the Seahawks recent struggles. SELECTION: Seahawks New…

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Marketing gone wrong

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It’s no surprise that LaVar Ball has kept himself in the eye of the media over the past few months, especially now. Lonzo made his NBA debut, LaMelo was pulled from Chino Hills High School and LiAngelo (was) set to make an “impact” on the UCLA men’s basketball team. We’ll see how that happens after…

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Freshman paces women’s swim

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By Emily Coughlin, Staff Writer Starting swimming at a young age, freshman Lina Kutsko has worked hard to become one of the St. Bonaventure University women’s swim team’s top swimmers. This season, Kutsko has earned the title of Atlantic 10 Performer of the Week for three weeks in a row, Atlantic 10 Swimmer of the…

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Men’s basketball set to shine

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By Joe Ceraulo, Contributing Writer The 2017-18 Bonnies basketball season is fast approaching, and expectations surrounding this year’s team are certainly higher than in recent years. Despite losing key players Denzel Gregg and David Andoh, the Bonnies return most of last year’s core. They also added some talented youth in 6-foot-4 freshman guard Izaiah Brockington…

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Men’s swim to host home meet

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By Matt Petit, Contributing Writer The St. Bonaventure men’s swim team will compete in its first home meet of the season against Canisius College tomorrow, Nov. 11 at 1 p.m. Diving will begin at 10 a.m. Prior to this upcoming meet, the Bonnies had some strong freshmen performances on the team. Ethan Carr, a freshman…

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Schmidt vs. Schmidt rematch

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  The St. Bonaventure University men’s basketball team will be opening up its season this Saturday during an exhibition match against Alfred University in the Reilly Center. Even though the game doesn’t count towards the Bonnies’ record, it’s more than special for head coach Mark Schmidt and his two eldest sons, Nick and Derek, who…

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Cross country looks to offseason

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By A.J. Mitchell, Contributing Writer With cross country coming to an end, the St. Bonaventure men’s and women’s cross country teams will soon be turning their attention toward the spring track season. Donavan Lowe, a sophomore on the men’s cross country team, expressed how difficult it can be when transitioning into track season. Despite the…

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Rugby ready for season finale

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By Derek Borycki, Staff Writer Last week, the St. Bonaventure University men’s rugby team played Notre Dame College at the Marra Athletic Complex. This game was different as it was kicked off with a ceremony for senior day, honoring the team’s seniors. This year’s seniors included prop Greg Delaney, fullback Tyler Flynn, lock Bob Kelly,…

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New swim coach making a splash

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Coming into the 2017-18 school year, there has been a new face on campus. More specifically, there has been a new face on the pool deck. Logan Arnold joins the St. Bonaventure University men’s and women’s swimming programs as an assistant coach, a first for men’s head coach Sean McNamee, who said it was athletic…

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Women’s soccer falls on senior day

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By Ryan Signorino Sports Assignment Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s soccer team fought back to tie the game in the second half but ultimately fell to Saint Joseph’s University 2-1 on senior day, Sunday Oct. 22. Before kickoff, defender Sydney Cassagnol, goalkeeper Beth Moore, defender Alex Pochop, defender Brittany Tubiolo and midfielder Danielle Vis…

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