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

Upon Further Review: Mansfield Game

TweetSt. Bonaventure unleashed an aggressive full court press that resulted in 28 Mansfield turnovers in an exhibition rout on Saturday at the Reilly Center....   Read More

Poll: What new Player Impressed you Most last night?

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Video Highlights: Mansfield

TweetBelow is the GoBonnies.com video highlight clip from yesterday’s exhibition win over Mansfield. We saw a number of fast-break dunks via a ton of...   Read More

Post Game: Mansfield

Tweet The Result: Bonnies won going away by a score of 86-45. The Rundown: The Bonnies got out quickly in this one and never looked...   Read More

Game Day: Mansfield (Exhibition)

TweetThe Opponent: Mansfield PA. (0-0) Probable Starting Lineup: Alston, Posley, Cumberbatch, Wright, Ndoye. Injuries: Jordan Gathers (hip)- Questionable. Essentials: 4 PM, @ Reilly Center, Video via...   Read More

Team Preview: Starting Lineup & Depth Chart

TweetNow that we’ve rolled out our previews of the front court and back court it’s time to project the line-up and depth chart that...   Read More

Team Preview: The Bigs

TweetOn paper, coach Mark Schmidt might have the most front line depth he’s had at St. Bonaventure. Of the sixth frontcourt players on the...   Read More

Team Preview: The Guards

TweetWith the Bonnies’ exhibition game roughly three days away it is crunch time in terms of previews, predictions and prognostications for us bloggers. With...   Read More

Big 4 must think bigger than throwback uniforms

TweetWe at the BonaBlog applaud whoever is behind promoting Big 4 basketball in Western New York. To be certain, it is under-appreciated and sometimes...   Read More

Ndoye is 7 feet, therefore an NBA prospect

Tweet So Youssou Ndoye is receiving interest from NBA teams. You shouldn’t be surprised, even if his coach couldn’t have envisioned something so preposterous...   Read More