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Bonnies Travel to Richmond, Return Home For Senior Day Versus Duquesne

Bonnies Travel to Richmond, Return Home For Senior Day Versus Duquesne

ST. BONAVENTURE (1-13, 0-6) vs VCU (4-9, 1-5)
Friday, April 12 — 5:00 p.m.
Richmond, Va.
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ST. BONAVENTURE (1-13, 0-6) vs Duquesne (6-6, 1-5)
Sunday, April  14 — 12:00 p.m.
Marra Athletics Complex
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Captain Rylee Arnold is a four-year member of the Bonnies who has amassed 73 goals, 18 assists and 91 points over 62 total games. Arnold began her career as a midfielder her freshman year, and switched to low defense her sophomore year before finally finding her niche as a low attacker as an upperclassman. She will graduate as just the fourth Bonnie with 90 points and 100 draw controls. This spring she led the Bonnies with 23 goals and 32 draw controls and had five hat tricks and two five-point games. Off the field, she's a marketing major.

Captain Kathryn Yoder has started every single game since arriving on campus her freshman year. Her 111 career caused turnovers rank second in Bonnies history and her 146 ground balls rank sixth. Last season, she earned second-team All-Atlantic 10 Conference honors after posting 44 caused turnovers—third most in Bonnies history—and 49 ground balls. This spring she's caused 25 turnovers and scooped up 34 ground balls to lead the Bonnies in both categories. Off the field, she's biology major with a 3.5 GPA. 

Olivia MacDonald has made an impact on the offense end since her freshman year, where she started 12 of 17 games and scored 11 goals. The senior reached a career milestone against La Salle last weekend when she scored her 30th career goal in her ninth multi-goal game. This season, she's appeared in every game for the Bonnies and scored nine goals on 27 shots. Off the field, she's

Abby Lagoner is a four-year member of the Bonnies who's appeared in 27 games and started seven on the attack. She's scored seven goals, including a career-high four in her junior campaign on six shots. This spring, she's seen time in four games. Off the field, she's a physical education major and was the first ever St. Bonaventure student and one of 12 in New York State to be nominated for the Jay B. Nash Award, which is given annually to two undergraduate students for outstanding performance in health, physical education, recreation or dance. 

Aniesah Miller has been a part of the team's defense over her four seasons, playing in ten total games. She's been a great teammate and vocal supporter who has encouraged the young Bonnies roster. Off the field, she's a sociology major.

Goalkeeper Savannah Clarke is coming off her best performance of the season on Sunday. The sophomore tied her career high with 19 saves against UMass' second-ranked scoring offense in the NCAA, just three off the program record of 22 set by Morgan Conroy in 2017. 

Senior captain Rylee Arnold is just nine points off 100 for her career. She would be the 17th Bonnie in history to reach that mark.

After being named an Atlantic 10 Second-Team All-Conference defender last year, senior captain Kathryn Yoder is continuing to cause problems for opposing offenses. The Amherst, N.Y. native is fifth in the A-10 with 25 caused turnovers and her 111 career caused turnovers are 18 behind Emily Lilyea '03 for most all-time in St. Bonaventure history.

Ashley Easterday continues to impresses through her first two seasons. After her three goal, one assist effort against UMass on Sunday, she surpassed 50 points for her career, and became just the second active Bonnie with 50 career points alongside Arnold. 

Kyra O'Gorman is in the middle of the hottest scoring stretch her career. The junior has goals in each of her last four games including a two-goal game against George Mason on March 31. 

Clarke hasn't gotten a minute of rest this season. The Mechanicsville, Va. native has played all 840 minutes, which is the third most of any goalie in Division I, and one of only three goalies to play every single minute the season. 

Junior Destinee Johnson had one of the best six-game stretches in Bonnies history starting on spring break. From March 1 to March 19 she amassed 26 points, the most over a six-game stretch for SBU since Jenna Schlagenhauf scored 26 to start the season in 2013.

Junior attack Destinee Johnson had a historic day in the Bonnies 18-10 win over Kent State March 3, serving up seven assists and connecting on three goals. Her 10 total points tied the Bonnies single-game scoring record, and she became the first to score double-digits in a game since Brenna Houghton in 2008. She was one assist shy of the single-game record, also held by Houghton. 


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