The St. Bonaventure University women’s soccer family grew by eight new members Wednesday during National Signing Day as Bonnies head coach Steve Brdarski announced the additions of Carolyn Brussel, Alexandra Farrance, Kacie Filian, Emily Foltz, Claire Hensley, Ryan Kunkle, Mia Thatcher and Molly Williams to National Letters of Intent.
The second goal of the afternoon from Morgan Bower of Saint Joseph’s, coming at the 81:48 mark, broke what was a 1-1 tie and sent the visiting Hawks to a 2-1 victory over the St. Bonaventure women’s soccer team Sunday afternoon at the Marra Athletics Complex.
The St. Bonaventure women's soccer team wraps up the 2017 season by hosting Senior Day Sunday afternoon at the Marra Athletics Complex when Saint Joseph's visits. The Bonnies will look to take momentum after scoring a 1-0 victory at Duquesne on Thursday night.
St. Bonaventure broke through with a 2-0 victory over Rhode Island Sunday afternoon at the Marra Athletics Complex. Bella May scored in the 11th minute for the early lead and Danielle Vis put the game away with another strike in the final minutes as the Bonnies improved to 1-3-2 in Atlantic 10 play this season.
The St. Bonaventure University women’s soccer team continued its excellence in the classroom this past academic year, again earning recognition from the United Soccer Coaches Association by receiving the organization’s Team Academic Award.
It was a breakthrough day for the St. Bonaventure women’s soccer team – Bella May and Danielle Vis each tallied their first goals of the season and the Bonnies cracked into the win column with a 2-0 blanking of visiting Rhode Island Sunday afternoon at the Marra Athletics Complex.
The Bonnies ended in a double overtime scoreless tie against A-10 opponent Fordham this past Thursday. Sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Malcolm had a career-high 13 saves against the Rams and had several great saves throughout the game. Her 13 saves matched a previous best which came last year at Rhode Island.
A career-high 13 saves from sophomore goalkeeper Lauren Malcolm were the story as the St. Bonaventure University women’s soccer team played to a double overtime scoreless draw Thursday night at Fordham.
Marley Jarvis netted her second goal of the season late in the first half and that stood up until the waning minutes of regulation as ultimately the St. Bonaventure women’s soccer team fought to a 1-1 draw with visiting Richmond on Sunday afternoon at the Marra Athletics Complex.
The Bonnies lost on the road, 5-0, to the undefeated Saint Louis Billikens, who rank No. 24 in the national RPI standings, in the first Atlantic 10 game of the season Thursday night. The Bonnies played on the road in St. Louis in what will be their longest road trip of the season.
St. Bonaventure held a 10-3 edge in shots during the second half, but a late goal from host Bryant put the Bulldogs ahead where it counted, 1-0, in non-conference women’s soccer action Sunday afternoon.
Visiting Buffalo struck early, then added two second half goals for a 3-0 victory over the St. Bonaventure University women’s soccer team in front of a large crowd Friday night at the Marra Athletics Complex.