Five St. Bonaventure teams recently earned NCAA Public Recognition Awards for academic excellence after scoring in the top 10 percent nationally of their sports in the most recent Academic Progress Report (APR).
Christian Chapman finished in red figures with a 2-under 54-hole total of 211 to pace the St. Bonaventure golf team in its final competition of the fall season as part of the Old Dominion Invitational at Kilmarlic Golf Club.
St. Bonaventure University matched a school record spanning the past two decades for Graduation Success Rate (GSR) as the NCAA released the 2019 annual GSR reports for all NCAA Division I institutions.
The St. Bonaventure golf team finished a busy week with a strong effort, finishing fourth at the Cornell Invitational as the final round wrapped up Sunday on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Course at Cornell University.
St. Bonaventure won its fourth straight Little Three golf championship over Canisius and Niagara as the Bonnies team score of 578 was 20 shots better than second-place Canisius. Senior Nolan Ditcher won medalist honors (68-74/142) to earn a spot in the 2020 Porter Cup.
Graduate student Nolan Ditcher matched his career low round of 68 in the morning and his afternoon effort of 74 was enough to earn medalist honors, showing the way for a fourth consecutive Little Three Championship win for the St. Bonaventure golf team.
The St. Bonaventure golf team has the opportunity to host the Little Three Championship presented by H&R Block for the first time since 2016 when it welcomes rivals Canisius and Niagara to Bartlett Country Club. It will be the first time the Bonnies have hosted the Little Three Championship on their own home course at Bartlett Country Club.
The St. Bonaventure golf team opens up its 2019 fall season by traveling to Hamilton, N.Y. for the first tournament of the season Sept. 7-8. In all, the Bonnies will play four regular tournaments as well as making a week-long trip to Ireland in October.
A pair of St. Bonaventure golfers put together impressive weeks at the 97th annual New York State Men’s Amateur Championship as rising juniors Christian Chapman and Danny Gianniny finished tied for eighth and 21st respectively.