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

St. 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.

Well, 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.

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Welcoming cushy courtside seats to Reilly Center a worthy sacrifice

By Vinny Pezzimenti Blog Writer St. Bonavenutre’s announcement last week of new priority seating at the Reilly Center was met with a high level of...   Read More

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Help Wanted: Seeking Contributor(s)

Are you an aspiring writer looking to gain valuable experience and build a portfolio? Are you someone who enjoys writing for an audience that...   Read More

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Buzz: Bonnies Trying To Land Marshall Big Man

According to the BonaBlog’s sources, Mark Schmidt and his staff may be eyeing JP Kambola, a 6-9, 244 lb. forward from Marshall. Kambola is...   Read More

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Bonnies Nab Liberty Transfer Dave Andoh

Mark Schmidt and the Bonnies have signed former Liberty forward Dave Andoh (6-7, 220 lbs). The forward will have one year of eligibility left...   Read More

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2015-2016 Schedule: What We’re Hearing

Last summer we were able to break a good portion of SBU’s non-conference schedule before it hit the presses. We’ve done a bit of...   Read More

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CLOSED for the offseason

The Bonablog staff would like to thank you for visiting us during this past season. In our first full year in operation we were...   Read More