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Bonnies beat Davidson to capture third straight

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team captured its third straight win tonight, defeating the Davidson Wildcats 70-51. “I was proud of the maturity tonight,” Bonnies head coach Jesse Fleming said. “I’m just really proud of the way we’re playing. We are getting a lot of deflections, we are covering…

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Bonnies comeback to knock off Saint Joseph’s

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By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Associate Editor   Jaylen Adams scored a team high 19 points for the Bonnies, but it was fellow guard Matt Mobley who sealed the comeback victory the St. Bonaventure Bonnies Tuesday, as they defeated the Saint Joseph’s Hawks 67-63. Bonnies head coach Mark Schmidt said the Bonnies showed up the final 10…

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Bonnies undefeated streak ends

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University club basketball team’s undefeated stretch ended today when they were swept in a three-game series by the Syracuse University club team. After dropping the first game 51-36, the Bonnies came out swinging in the second game. Through the first ten minutes of play the teams combined…

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Bonnies return home with a win

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team won its second straight conference game tonight, defeating the visiting Duquesne Dukes 69-56. “It was definitely a team win,” Bonnies head coach Jesse Fleming said. “We got five kids in double-figures, we defended like crazy; I thought Gabby [Richmond] was huge protecting the…

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Big Red spoils Bonnies return home

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by Ryan Signorino Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams were defeated by Cornell University at the Reilly Center pool yesterday afternoon. The men lost 168-124, and the women lost 181-116. Senior Michael White won two individual events, the 200-butterfly and the 200-breaststroke. Junior Alyssa Levac won the 100-breaststroke…

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Bonnies begin turn-around on the road

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor The Bonnies had not won a true regular season road game in almost a year (Feb. 20 at La Salle), but that came to an end Thursday night when they downed UMass 55-38. The road losing streak had reached nine games. “I was just pleased with the way we played.…

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Tennis team reflects on fall and spring

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By Emily Coughlin Contributing Writer The fall and spring seasons of tennis build upon strengths and weaknesses of each season and player. The coaches and players train for seasons like this all year around. The fall season has more conditioning practices than the spring, which helps strengthen the team. They usually have two to three…

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Swimmers return strong from Florida

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By Ryan Signorino Staff Writer The St. Bonaventure University men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams traveled to Florida over winter break for training before coming back and competing against Binghamton on Saturday. The women won 165-131 and lost only four events at the meet. The men lost 166.5-133.5, although senior individual medley swimmer Michael…

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Richmond finds new team role

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By Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor Five years ago, graduate student, Gabby Richmond, stepped onto the St. Bonaventure University campus to begin her freshman season, having been recruited to play on the women’s basketball team. Though she would not play that season, Richmond got plenty of opportunities going forward. “It was my best offer at the…

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Lacing up for pediatric cancer

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By Kiley O’Donnell Sports Assignment Editor The St. Bonaventure men’s and women’s basketball teams both took part in the program “Lace Up 4 Pediatric Cancer” during their games against Fordham last week by sporting gold shoelaces. Not only did the Bonnies wear them, but the Fordham athletes did, too. The program, under the organization Go…

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Bonnies pull together for road win

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By Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team picked up its second conference win of the season this afternoon, defeating the UMass Minutewomen 55-38. The win snapped a five game losing streak, dating back to December 31. The Bonnies (7-12, 2-5 A10) controlled the boards, out-rebounding the Minutewomen (9-11, 3-4 A10)…

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Bonnies outlast Saint Louis behind threes

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By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Associate Editor   The three-point shot was in full affect for the St. Bonaventure Bonnies as they improved to 4-2 in Atlantic 10 play with a 71-52 win at the St. Louis Billikens. The three-point shot led the Bonnies to an 18-7 run at one point in the first half, and…

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Rams beat Bonnies to stay undefeated

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team fell to the Fordham Rams this afternoon 60-44 at the Reilly Center. The win, coupled with a Saint Louis Billikens loss, makes the Rams the only undefeated team remaining in Atlantic 10 conference play. “I was talking to the seniors in the locker…

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Bonnies rout the Rams in Rochester

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By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Editor   The Bonnies started off the game with seven turnovers in the first eight minutes, but then took control of the game to pick up their third conference win of the season with a 73-53 win over the Fordham Rams. Junior guard Jaylen Adams, who averages a team high 22.3…

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Bonnies lose halftime lead, drop to 2-2 in A10

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By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Editor   Junior guard Jaylen Adams missed his first game in almost two years with an ankle injury, and his absence showed, as after the seven minute mark of the first half, the Bonnies started to go cold with shooting. The Bonnies had a 12 point lead with 7:18, but the undefeated…

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Kemph’s 20 propels Billikens over Bonnies

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Assignment Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team took another conference play loss this afternoon, losing 64-49 to the Saint Louis Billikens. The Bonnies (6-11, 1-4 A10) were beaten on the glass by the Billikens (14-3, 4-0 A10) 44-38, including a 15-8 difference on the offensive glass. The offensive rebounds…

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Three-point struggles hurt Bonnies in loss

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by Mikael DeSanto Sports Assignment Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team dropped its third of four conference games so far this season today, losing to the Richmond Spiders 61-54. The Bonnies (6-10, 1-3 A10) nearly matched the Spiders (8-8, 2-1 A10) from the field, shooting 32.8 percent to the Spiders 33.9 percent. But…

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Career night for Gregg in victory over Patriots

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By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Editor   Senior forward Denzel Gregg picked up his fifth double-double of the season with 24 points and 12 rebounds in a 10-point St. Bonaventure University men’s basketball team victory over the George Mason Patriots. The win put the Bonnies at 2-1 in conference play. Gregg attacked the basket early, scoring…

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Dayton’s last second three edges out Bonnies

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By Mikael DeSanto Sports Assignment Editor The St. Bonaventure University women’s basketball team fell to the Dayton Flyers 62-60 Wednesday night at the Reilly Center in Atlantic 10 conference action. The Flyers won on a three-point shot in the closing seconds. The Bonnies (6-9, 1-2 A10) shot 42.9 percent (21-49) from the field and 50…

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Bonnies downed by Dayton’s three ball

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By Jonathan Sawyer Sports Editor   The Bonnies dropped their A10 home opener to the Dayton Flyers, 90-74. The Bonnies and Flyers had trouble finding the bottom of the net for the first 15 minutes of the game, with the score being 23-18 at that point . Senior forward Denzel Gregg’s made lay-up extended the…

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