The St. Bonaventure Bonnies finished 14-4 in the Atlantic 10 conference last season, totaling the most amount of conference in the program’s history. This year, the Bonnies look to do the same in the year’s conference schedule. With a seemingly much deeper conference, and losing two of the top scorers in the league on their
The Atlantic 10 Conference has been one odd, yet exciting conference to watch this season. At the top you have Rhode Island, St. Bonaventure, and Davidson, followed by a middle class that’s been its deepest in years. A total of nine teams, tournament seeded 4-12, finished with conference records three games apart from each other.
For a small school with an enrollment of 1,678 undergrads, St. Bonaventure has very few things that has stood the test of time throughout the past few decades. That one major thing that St. Bonaventure students and alumni have been able to lean on during the long and cold winters is the basketball team. This year,