Bonnies’ Steve Curran To Participate In Coaches Consortium At Final 4

Bonnies’ Steve Curran To Participate In Coaches Consortium At Final 4

St. Bonaventure men's basketball associate head coach Steve Curran has been invited to participate in the Collegiate Coaching Consortium during this weekend's Final Four in Minneapolis, Minn.

The event is exclusive for a small group of selected Division I assistant coaches. It will be held Sunday and Monday, April 7-8, at the Hilton Minneapolis. The panels will feature many of college basketball's top head coaches, collegiate presidents and athletics directors, professional sports managers, consultants and media members. The featured speakers will include head coaches John Calipari (Kentucky) and Mike Brey (Notre Dame).

Curran has been on St. Bonaventure's staff since 2010. He was promoted to associate head coach last year. Over his nine seasons, the Bonnies have posted four 20-win seasons with two NCAA Tournament berths (2018, 2012) and one NIT appearance (2016). St. Bonaventure has an active streak of five straight seasons with double-digit Atlantic 10 Conference wins, the most of any A-10 team.

While he is involved with all facets of the program, Curran is known for recruiting and developing many of the Bonnies' top players like Jaylen Adams, Matt Mobley, Courtney Stockard, LaDarien Griffin and Amadi Ikpeze as well as this year's freshman class of Kyle Lofton, Osun Osunniyi, Dominick Welch and Alpha Okoli. Both Lofton and Osunniyi made the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team. Adams is now playing for the Atlanta Hawks and Mobley is playing in Belgium.

Prior to coming to St. Bonaventure, Curran was an assistant coach at Central Connecticut State for five seasons. 

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