Sarah Lonzi was named full-time assistant cross country / track coach in July 2018 and begins her fourth season at St. Bonaventure in 2021.
During her first season with the Bonnies running programs, men's freshman Logan Caruso earned a pair of Atlantic 10 Cross Country Rookie of the Week honors, becoming the first men's runner in program history to do so. The men's cross country team also won Erie's Race in the Park. In men's track, Bona runners set program records in the 800 and 5000 meters. On the women's side, Bona runners set top-five times in program history in nearly every track event.
In 2019, Nathan Prisella posted the second-fastest individual men's 5K time in program history while the team set three of the program's top-five individual 8K times, led by a program record from Will Delaney with Delaney also posting the fastest 10K time in Bona history since 1982.
A native of Bradford, Lonzi ran for Bonnies head coach Bob MacFarlane in high school where she won four District 9 cross country titles as well as three track crowns in each the 3,200 and 1,600 meters before graduating in 2008.
Lonzi graduated from Pitt-Bradford with a bachelor's degree in Sports Medicine and also earned her Master of Science in Clinical Health and Physical Activity with a concentration in Exercise Physiology from the University of Pittsburgh.
Following her collegiate career, she moved to the head of the classroom where she became a visiting instructor of exercise science at UPB. She previously worked as an exercise physiologist at Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville and also has also served as a cardiopulmonary technician at Olean General Hospital.