St. Bonaventure recently finished its first Division I men’s lacrosse season and now the Bonnies have their first MAAC All-Conference honorees with three All-Rookie Team selections – Austin Blumbergs, Brett Dobson and Sean Westley.
On Tuesday night, a fast start got St. Bonaventure out in front early, but a stifling defensive attack the rest of the way led Marist to an 11-5 victory in the Bonnies’ regular season finale at Tenney Stadium.
On Tuesday night at the Marra Athletics Complex, the Bonnies will host the final home game of their inaugural Division I season, hosting Canisius as the Little Three rivals face off in the sport of men’s lacrosse for the first time since the rebirth of SBU’s program.
In the first-ever meeting for Little Three rivals Canisus and St. Bonaventure following the rebirth of the Bonnies men'ss lacrosse program, the Golden Griffins got the better of SBU in a 16-8 victory Tuesday night at the Marra Athletics Complex.
The St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse team heads to Central New York on Wednesday evening for a non-conference battle at No. 19/20 Hobart. St. Bonaventure will look to curb the momentum of a surging Hobart squad that is 7-1 and has won five straight.
A strong effort from the St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse team came up short Saturday afternoon, but saw the upstart program take another step forward in a 12-7 final at one of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) front-runners, Quinnipiac.
St. Bonaventure makes the short trip to Ithaca on Tuesday with a big test ahead at fifth-ranked Cornell. The Big Red was ranked as high as No. 3 in the national polls before dropping two spots in this week's rankings.
Freshman Sean Westley tallied his first career hat trick, but a slow start proved too much to overcome for the St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse team at Siena Tuesday afternoon as the Bonnies fell in Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference action, 17-10.
The St. Bonaventure men's lacrosse team has a quick turnaround as it heads to the Capital Region to face Siena Wednesday afternoon in a MAAC contest. Wednesday's game will be the first mid-week contest for the Bonnies after hosting Detroit Mercy this past Saturday night.
The St. Bonaventure men's lacrosse team makes history on Saturday evening when it hosts Detroit Mercy in the first game under the lights at the Marra Athletics Complex. The Bonnies, playing in their third game as a program, are playing their second contest as members of the MAAC and play host to a Titans squad that was picked second in the MAAC preseason poll.
As the first regular season home game for the St. Bonaventure men's lacrosse program nears on March 9, take a look at how the team's first three games have built the foundation for what is to come in the second part of "St. Bonaventure Men's Lacrosse: From The Ground Up." Watch interviews with head coach Randy Mearns and players as they describe what they've learned from the first games in program history.
Freshman Jackson Rose tallied the first hat trick in the young history of the St. Bonaventure men’s lacrosse team – and added a fourth goal for good measure – and the Bonnies showed well in their Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference debut, but it would not be enough as Manhattan grabbed a 15-12 decision Saturday afternoon.
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.