A member of the class of 2008, Nolan spent four years as a student assistant with the program. He has written professionally for such outlets as espn.com/insider, Athlon Sports Magazines, Cox Sports Online and Blue Ribbon Previews. Ian was named one of the “140 Personalities to Follow in College Basketball” on twitter by The Sporting News.


Articles by: Ian

Player Preview: Dion Wright

TweetPlayer: Dion Wright, 6-7 Senior Forward The low down: From sixth man to starter, Wright has truly been worthy of his being named a “Breakout Player...   Read More

Player Preview: Nelson Kaputo

Tweet[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NpaORUVRf24] Player: Nelson Kaputo, 6-1, 160, freshman guard The low down: Kaputo is the type of under-the-radar recruit Mark Schmidt has made a career off of. The...   Read More

Bonnies vs. St. Joe’s moved to Rochester

TweetFor the second season in a row, St. Bonaventure will move one of their conference home games to a “neutral” floor at BlueCross Arena...   Read More

Player Preview: Denzel Gregg

TweetPlayer: Denzel Gregg, 6-7 Junior Forward The low down: Gregg has been a mystery player of sorts for the Bonnies during his time in Olean. Some...   Read More

Player Preview: Marcus Posley

TweetPlayer: Marcus Posley, 6-1 Senior Guard The low down: Posley burst onto the scene last year and was about as impactful as a transfer as...   Read More

Player Preview: Idris Taqqee

TweetThis is the first part of our Player Preview Series. We will have our second player, Marcus Posley, coming for you all on Monday...   Read More

“New York State of Mind” the theme for 2015 Bonnies

TweetSt. Bonaventure’s 2015-2016 non-conference schedule has been released and it is safe to say that many fans will be excited that the team will...   Read More

We’re Back! And, what happened while we were gone.

TweetWell, we took some time off to rest up but a few months later we’re about ready to turn the power back on and...   Read More

Bonnies can overcome loss of young big man

Jordan Tyson tore a ligament in his left wrist and is out for the season. On paper, the injury is a big blow to the Bonnies’ hopes for the 2015-16 season.

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Courtside barrier was coming whether we liked it or not

It is completely understandable for St. Bonaventure students, alums and fans alike to be angered by the courtside seats coming next season. We don’t like it because it goes against our tradition and the game advantage we have built over the years in the Reilly Center.