Monthly Archives: March 2016

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Bonnies shouldn’t break bank to keep Schmidt

Tweet By Vinny Pezzimenti Mark Schmidt is a very good basketball coach and St. Bonaventure is lucky to have him. He led the Bonnies...   Read More

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Bonablog’s Spring/Summer Break

TweetAfter chronicling every game, every high and low from the 2015-2016 season we are officially ready to move into “off-season” mode here at the...   Read More

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After Stellar Season, There’s Still Work To Be Done

TweetContributor: Jonathan May It’s not even a week after the Bonnies season ending loss to the Wagner Seahawks, but ideas and recommendations on how...   Read More

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Wright & Posley: Two All-Time Bonnies

Tweet  Last night was a tough night on many accounts. As Bonnies fans, we watched our team’s dream season come to a screeching halt...   Read More

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Magical Season Ends: Bonnies Fall to Wagner

TweetBy: Cody Didas, BonaBlog Contributor Well, we all had one question in mind coming to this game against the Wagner Seahawks.  Would the Bonnies...   Read More

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NIT Preview: 1st Round vs. Wagner, Wed. 7PM

TweetGame Info: 3/16/16 vs. The Wagner College Seahawks (Series tied 2-2) Reilly Center, St. Bonaventure, NY Tip @ 7p.m. ESPN3 Who They Are: The Seahawks...   Read More

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The NCAA got it wrong, and it hurts

TweetBy Vinny Pezzimenti It’s just a game. A meaningless game. The rest of the world doesn’t care about the Bonnies. Most of the rest...   Read More

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The Day After/NIT Bound

Tweet  When you woke up this morning you hoped that it would hurt less. That the sting would be gone. That some kind of...   Read More

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Bonnies Screwed on Selection Sunday

TweetCollege basketball in so many ways feels so wrong tonight and that makes me incredibly sad. When I woke up this morning I was...   Read More

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Bonnies Can’t Finish ‘Cats, Now Wait on NCAA Fate

TweetAfter getting back into our Air BnB apartment last night around 1 AM Vinny and I sat exhausted and disappointed on a couple of...   Read More