St. Bonaventure freshman Jude Cummings closed the regular tournament portion of his first collegiate season by earning Atlantic 10 Golf Rookie of the Week honors after helping the Bonnies to a victory in the Upstate Spring Classic last weekend.
The St. Bonaventure golf team has traveled to the Sunshine State for the annual Atlantic 10 Championship tournament which will take place at Orlando's Reunion Golf Club's Nicklaus Course. Play gets underway with the first round Friday afternoon with a conference champion being crowned Sunday.
Senior Danny Gianniny posted a career-best 5-under 67 and classmate Christian Chapman carded 3-under 69 to power the St. Bonaventure golf team to a convincing victory over Colgate and Rhode Island at the Upstate Spring Escape Saturday afternoon at Seven Oaks Golf Club.
St. Bonaventure senior Danny Gianniny capped a strong tournament by finishing second alone on the individual leaderboard as the Bonnies came home fourth overall at the Abarta Coca-Cola Collegiate Invitational.
The Little Three Golf Championship was a bit different this year. The postponement of fall schedules shifted the event from its traditional home in September or October to mid-April and the format was a single 18-hole round in the 67th edition of the battle between Western New York rivals.
St. Bonaventure University student-athletes again received an impressive report card on the annual NCAA survey on Graduation Success Rate (GSR) released this week. Overall, the Bonnies’ four-class average score was 93 percent.
Though no events or games are taking place this fall on campus, St. Bonaventure student-athletes still have great stories to tell. During the fall semester, GoBonnies.com will feature members from each of our 17 Division I teams – how they're adjusting to the new norms of campus life, preparing for the upcoming seasons and more.
St. Bonaventure golfers Zach Chaddock, Nolan Ditcher and Jack Geise have earned accolades from the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) as Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-American Scholars for their success on the course and in the classroom.