2014-15 St. Bonaventure Women's Basketball Schedule

Date Opponent Notes Result Status Links
 
November
Sat. 8 Edinboro # Exhibition W, 61-51 Final
Fri. 14 Canisius The Bonnies extended their Big 4 winning streak to 22 games with a win in their home opener. W, 62-46 Final
Sun. 16 at James Madison Nyla Rueter led the Bonnies with 11 points. L, 76-43 Final
Thu. 20 at Toledo Kelcie Rombach had a career-high 11 points and three three-point field goals made. L, 64-58 Final
Sat. 22 at Detroit Gabby Richmond had a game-high 12 points while the Bonnies’ bench contributed 22 points. W, 68-56 Final
Tue. 25 at Penn State Nyla Rueter made the game-winning layup in the final seconds to give the Bonnies their first win in 11 games against PSU. W, 56-54 Final
Sun. 30 Binghamton SBU is now 9-0 against Binghamton all time. W, 72-54 Final
 
December
Tue. 2 Colgate St. Bona made eight three pointers coming from five different players. W, 65-49 Final
Sat. 6 vs. Drexel 32 points is the fewest amount of points an opponent has scored against the Bonnies all season. @ Brown University Classic W, 43-32 Final
Sun. 7 at Brown Hannah Little received the MVP of the Brown Classic as the Bonnies went 2-0 in the tournament. W, 58-56 Final
Mon. 15 at Buffalo Katie Healy had a game-high 21 points. L, 51-44 Final
Wed. 17 UNC Greensboro SBU scored a season-high 78 points and shot 57% from the field. W, 78-60 Final
Sat. 20 at Niagara Ashley Zahn set a new season high with 16 points on four three pointers. W, 72-60 Final
Mon. 22 at Georgetown Katie Healy scored her 1,000 career point in the win. W, 70-64 Final
 
January
Sat. 3 UMass * Katie Healy set a new season high with 25 points. W, 65-53 Final
Wed. 7 at Richmond * Miranda Drummond set a new career high with her 17 points. L, 67-61 Final
Sun. 11 Fordham * Hannah Little had a career-high 24 points. L, 72-62 Final
Wed. 14 at George Mason * Nyla Rueter had 15 points and a game-high nine rebounds in the Bonnies’ first overtime game of the season. L, 68-55 Final - OT
Sun. 18 Dayton * Five members of the Brown and White scored in double figures for the first time since March 3, 2012 L, 86-70 Final
Wed. 21 VCU * Katie Healy posted 17 points and seven rebounds in the lost. L, 61-51 Final
Sat. 24 at Saint Joseph's * Katie Healy had a team-high 15 points and 9 rebounds. Imani Outlaw netted 10 points. L, 66-48 Final
Wed. 28 Duquesne * Katie Healy notched a season-high 25 points in the loss. L, 76-63 Final
Sat. 31 at UMass * Gabby Richmond notched her first career double-double in the win. W, 77-57 Final
 
February
Thu. 5 at Fordham * Imani Outlaw had a season high 14 points | TV: SNY L, 54-51 Final
Sun. 8 Rhode Island * Mariah Ruff had a freshman record seven made three-pointers W, 73-59 Final
Sun. 15 at #20 George Washington * Nyla Rueter led the Bonnies with 15 points. L, 70-48 Final
Wed. 18 at Saint Louis * The Bonnies came back from 20 points down to stun the Billikens. Healy had 20 points and 15 rebounds. W, 57-55 Final
Sat. 21 Davidson * Three members of the Bonnies had 19+ points in the first ever meeting between the two programs. W, 72-56 Final
Wed. 25 La Salle * Katie Healy posted 19 points in the lost. L, 66-53 Final
 
March
Sun. 1 at Duquesne * Nyla Rueter paced the Bonnies with a team high 14 points. L, 51-43 Final
Wed. 4 vs. UMass % 2015 Atlantic 10 Women's Basketball Championship | Richmond, Va. @ Richmond, Va. L, 55-49 Final
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