The St. Bonaventure men's lacrosse team makes the trip to the City of Brotherly Love this weekend for its second game. While the Bonnies and Hawks are longtime Atlantic 10 rivals in a host of other sports, this will be the first time that the two schools will play each other as members of two different conferences. The Bonnies are members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) while Saint Joseph's plays in the Northeast Conference (NEC).
St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse freshman Brett Dobson has earned Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Rookie of the Week honors following his performance this weekend, conference officials have announced.
After 638 days of work to put a team in place between the official announcement of the St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse Division I program and its first game, the Bonnies finally started their new era at High Point Saturday afternoon.
St. Bonaventure will play its first game as an NCAA Division I program when it travels to High Point on Saturday. Head coach Randy Mearns has been fond of counting down to all of the firsts in program history - and this game will take place 683 days after St. Bonaventure made the announcement that it would establish a Division I men’s lacrosse program back in March 2017. St. Bonaventure joins Utah as one of two new Division I men’s lacrosse teams in 2019, bringing the total to 73 D-I programs nationwide.
It’s been 683 days since the announcement of St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse as the 73rd NCAA Division I program back in March 2017, and after all the long hours of recruiting, practice and preparation, the Bonnies are less than 48 hours away from their first ever game on Feb. 2 at High Point University.
Head coach Randy Mearns has announced the first team captains since the program was reborn – junior Nik Clinton, sophomore Daire Newbrough and freshmen Zack Belter, Brett Dobson, Matthew DeGirolamo, and Ben Mazur.
For the past 638 days since the announcement of its inception as an NCAA Division I program back in March 2017, the St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse team has celebrated a series of firsts. Now, the Bonnies officially have their first schedule as their inaugural season kicks off Feb. 2.
St. Bonaventure will play its first NCAA Division I season in 2019, opening in February as members of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC). Under the leadership of head coach Randy Mearns and assistant coaches Gill Conners and Rick Schunke, the Bonnies boast 36 student-athletes who will start a new era this spring. In their first season, the Bonnies will honor the University's traditional brown and white with their new adidas uniforms along with Cascade helmets.
St. Bonaventure Head Coach Randy Mearns sat down with Matt Kinnear from InsideLacrosse.com this week to discuss the process of building the Bonnies' lacrosse program from scratch, the challenges and triumphs of their inaugural fall ball schedule and how St. Bonaventure was the perfect fit for him.
Burning River Lacrosse, Cleveland Clinic, Renegade Brands, and Signature Lacrosse are proud to announce the results of the 2018 Crosse Out Cancer college lacrosse showcase to benefit the Comprehensive Breast Oncology Program at Cleveland Clinic.
Over the past year, Mearns and his staff have scoured the country in search of the first class of Bonnies in the rebirth of the program, and with the start of the 2018-19 academic year, 34 student-athletes are on campus who will make up the new squad.
St. Bonaventure University men’s lacrosse head coach Randy Mearns has announced the addition of Gill Conners to the Bonnies coaching staff. Conners will serve as an assistant coach in the Bonnies’ first season of NCAA Division I play, bringing years of experience in the conference Bona will call home in the sport.
St. Bonaventure University men’s lacrosse head coach Randy Mearns is just weeks away from leading the first group of Bonnies into their initial season at the Division I level, but first he’s got another challenge in his sights.
St. Bonaventure University and adidas have entered into a multi-year partnership in which the Portland, Ore., based company will be the official athletic footwear, apparel and accessory brand of Bonnies men’s lacrosse.
St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse head coach Randy Mearns has announced the addition of Rick Schunke to the Bonnies’ coaching staff. Schunke will serve as an assistant coach when the team begins play in 2018-19.