Jan. 7, 2004
ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. - The St. Bonaventure women's basketball team will be conducting a basketball clinic for area youth Saturday at Corning West High School.
The clinic, which will run from noon to 1 p.m., is open to area youth up to eighth grade. St. Bonaventure student-athletes and coaches will hold fundamental stations for youth to participate in.
"We are really excited to give something back to the Elmira-Corning area after they have been very supportive of this game," said Bonnies' head coach Jim Crowley, who is a native of Windsor, N.Y. and a graduate of Keuka College. "The Elmira-Corning area has long been a supporter of St. Bonaventure athletics and we are glad to have the chance to interact with those great Bona fans."
The Bonnies are led by junior guard Stef Collins', a Montour Falls, N.Y. native, 19.7 points per game. Collins, who missed the 2002-03 season after tearing her anterior cruciate ligament in her left knee, is currently the second leading scorer in the Atlantic 10 is tops in three pointers per game (3.67) and three-point accuracy at 48.4 percent (44-91).
St. Bonaventure (4-8, 0-1) will host Temple this Sunday, January 11, at the First Arena in Elmira. Tickets to the game are at two price levels: $7 for general admission and $12 for a limited number of courtside seats. Tickets are on sale at the First Arena box office or at any Ticketmaster locations.