St. Bonaventure wraps up a two-game homestand this week by welcoming Hofstra to the Reilly Center for the first time since 1993. The Bonnies seek a 3-1 start to the season after winning two of their first three contests including a thrilling triple overtime victory vs. Canisius on Tuesday.
St. Bonaventure women’s basketball head coach Jesse Fleming has announced the signing of four student-athletes who have inked National Letters of Intent to attend St. Bonaventure in the fall of 2019 – Olivia Brown, Kaitlyn Parker, Olivia Tucker and Kayla Wilson.
In the longest game for the St. Bonaventure women’s basketball program in over four decades, the Bonnies had plenty of time to create some moments those in attendance at the Reilly Center Tuesday night won’t soon forget.
The Bonnies debut at the Reilly Center on Tuesday night with their first home action of the season, hosting Little Three rival Canisius at 7 p.m. St. Bonaventure is 1-1 while Canisius is 0-1 after losing a 62-59 heartbreaker at home vs. Miami (OH) on Friday night. The Bonnies, meanwhile, look to bounce back from a setback at No. 14/13 Georgia this past Friday after winning at Niagara last Tuesday.
St. Bonaventure makes the short trip north to play its first road game this season, visiting Niagara for a Big 4 rivalry game on Monday night. The Bonnies, who topped Jackson State on Saturday with only eight scholarship players, are 1-1 on the young season. This will be the Purple Eagles’ season-opener.
St. Bonaventure returns to action Saturday afternoon hosting Jackson (Miss.) State in the second meeting between the schools in as many seasons. The Bonnies hope to wash away the sting of Wednesday’s season-opening, overtime loss to Bucknell.
St. Bonaventure looks to maintain momentum after a strong start to the season with a 76-48 win at Niagara Tuesday night. The Bonnies face a tall task on Friday evening as they travel to the Peach State for a meeting at No. 14/13 Georgia.
In the moments leading up to the Bonnies’ NCAA Tournament First Four game vs. UCLA in Dayton, head coach Mark Schmidt brought up a topic many fans around the country – those unfamiliar with his squad or its collection of talent that had answered every challenge during the year – might have been thinking.