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

Creating Mark Schmidt’s All-Time Team

TweetWith real college basketball games still weeks away, it’s always useful to use these “dead periods” to do a number of different things: Preview...   Read More

Greg Sanders’ Jersey to be Retired on Dec. 3rd

TweetAccording to a source, former Bonas great Greg Sanders #53 is set to have his jersey retired either before, or at halftime of the...   Read More

Bonnies Non-Conference Preview

TweetBy: Mike Morgan, Contributor As the 2016-17 season approaches, lets take a quick look at each of the Bonnies non-conference opponents. SBU has quietly...   Read More

Exclusive Mark Schmidt Interview: Part 3

TweetDuring our off-season we had the chance to catch up with coach Mark Schmidt and ask him a bevy of questions ranging from last...   Read More

Scheduling Q and A With DOBO Matt Pappano

TweetBy popular demand we fielded questions for St. Bonaventure’s Director of Basketball Operations, Matt Pappano. Pappano has been working with coach Schmidt since his...   Read More

Exclusive Mark Schmidt Q and A: Part 2

TweetDuring our off-season we had the chance to catch up with coach Mark Schmidt and ask him a bevy of questions ranging from last...   Read More

Ngalakundi Commits to SBU

TweetEarlier today it was reported that Tshiefu Ngalakundi has given a verbal commitment to SBU. He is the first to verbal in the class of...   Read More

Exclusive Mark Schmidt Q and A: Part 1

TweetDuring our off-season we had the chance to catch up with coach Mark Schmidt and ask him a bevy of questions ranging from last...   Read More

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How Jesse Fleming became St. Bonaventure’s head coach

TweetBy Vinny Pezzimenti A brilliant Friday afternoon in the summer brings a quiet stillness to the Reilly Center. The calmness belies the booming ferocity...   Read More

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Kalbaugh still pained by end of 1970 season

TweetBy Vinny Pezzimenti As the handful of video clips concluded playing on the large projector screen, Billy Kalbaugh’s eyes became misty. His voice quivered....   Read More