Jack Milko

Nov 21, 2019
ST. BONAVENTURE, N.Y. — The St. Bonaventure Bonnies, the team with a completely new roster, the team that was picked to finish tenth in the preseason, knocked off the preseason favorite Dayton Flyers, 68-to-59. The sold-out Reilly Center crowd brought the energy on Saturday evening, fueling the Brown and White to their first home victory over Dayton since Jan. 11, 2012.
With Saturday’s win, Bona now has a conference record of 7-4, which puts them in a tie for third in the Atlantic 10.
Not a bad place to sit in the standings with a month left in the season.
Teams and fans should know never to doubt the Bonnies, especially since a special bond is growing among this young team.
On Saturday, Jan. 28, the night Bona knocked off VCU at the Siegel Center in Richmond, the Bonnies held a team meeting a couple of hours before the game.
“We talked about everything and what we needed to do,” said Moses Flowers, one of the team captains on this Bonaventure team. “We are just connected. We are...

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