St. Bonaventure Bonnies women's basketball

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St. Bonaventure Bonnies
2016–17 St. Bonaventure Bonnies women's basketball team
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University St. Bonaventure University
Head coach Jesse Fleming
Conference Atlantic 10
Location St. Bonaventure, New York
Arena Reilly Center
(Capacity: 5,480)
Nickname Bonnies
Colors Brown and White[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
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NCAA Tournament Sweet Sixteen
2012
NCAA Tournament second round
2016
NCAA Tournament appearances
2012, 2016

The St. Bonaventure Bonnies women's basketball team (formerly the St. Bonaventure Brown Squaws) is the women's basketball team that represents St. Bonaventure University in Allegany, New York. The team currently competes in the Atlantic 10 Conference. The Bonnies' head coach position is Jesse Fleming.[2][3][4]

Season-by-season record[edit]

As of the 2016–17 season, the Bonnies have a 572–587 record, with a 183–306 Atlantic-10 Conference record. It was a club sport at St. Bonaventure from 1959–1971. They have made the WNIT in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2014, going to the Quarterfinals in 2009. They made the NCAA Tournament in 2012 and 2016, going to the Sweet 16 in 2012 and the Round of 32 in 2016. [5]

Season Coach Record Conference record
1971–72 Sally Luna n/a n/a
1972–73 Sally Luna 5–1 n/a
1973–74 Sally Luna 5–5 n/a
1974–75 Sally Luna 4–6 n/a
1975–76 Mary Jane Telford 6–7 n/a
1976–77 Mary Jane Telford 6–8 n/a
1977–78 Mary Jane Telford 11–7 n/a
1978–79 Mary Jane Telford 14–4 n/a
1979–80 Mary Jane Telford 16–5 n/a
1980–81 Mary Jane Telford 12–10 n/a
1981–82 Tony Iacovino 6–17 n/a
1982–83 Mary Jane Telford 9–14 n/a
1983–84 Mary Jane Telford 12–13 n/a
1984–85 Mary Jane Telford 18–8 n/a
1985–86 Mary Jane Telford 15–9 n/a
1986–87 Mary Jane Telford 9–19 3–15
1987–88 Mary Jane Telford 7–21 2–16
1988–89 Mary Jane Telford 10–18 3–15
1989–90 Mary Jane Telford 12–16 5–13
1990–91 Mary Jane Telford 15–14 6–12
1991–92 Mary Jane Telford 16–12 8–8
1992–93 Mary Jane Telford 13–14 2–12
1993–94 Marti Whitmore 14–13 8–8
1994–95 Marti Whitmore 9–19 4–12
1995–96 Marti Whitmore 12–15 6–10
1996–97 Marti Whitmore 13–14 7–9
1997–98 Marti Whitmore 16–14 7–9
1998–99 Marti Whitmore 10–17 4–12
1999-00 Marti Whitmore 10–19 5–11
2000–01 Jim Crowley 7–21 3–13
2001–02 Jim Crowley 13–15 7–9
2002–03 Jim Crowley 6–22 3–13
2003–04 Jim Crowley 9–19 5–11
2004–05 Jim Crowley 9–19 4–12
2005–06 Jim Crowley 8–19 3–12
2006–07 Jim Crowley 16–15 6–8
2007–08 Jim Crowley 18–12 6–8
2008–09 Jim Crowley 23–11 10–6
2009–10 Jim Crowley 23–10 9–5
2010–11 Jim Crowley 21–12 9–5
2011–12 Jim Crowley 31–4 14–0
2012–13 Jim Crowley 10–19 3–11
2013–14 Jim Crowley 24–11 11–5
2014–15 Jim Crowley 15–15 5–11
2015–16 Jim Crowley 24–8 12–4
2016–17 Jesse Fleming 9–17 4–10

Broadcasting[edit]

WGWE/Little Valley, NY has been the broadcast home of the team since 2014. WGWE's morning host (Mike Smith from 2014 to 2016, and Chris Russell since 2016) has served as play-by-play voice throughout that time frame.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "St. Bonaventure University Writing Style Guide" (PDF). March 2, 2014. Retrieved June 2, 2016. 
  2. ^ "St. Bonaventure". St. Bonaventure. Retrieved 2016-04-13. 
  3. ^ "After 16 Years As St. Bonaventure’s Women’s Basketball Coach, Crowley Steps Down To Take Same Position at Providence". St. Bonaventure. 2016-05-10. Retrieved 2016-05-11. 
  4. ^ Anstey, Evan; Producer, News 4 Digital (2016-05-26). "Fleming returns to St. Bonaventure as women’s basketball head coach". wivb.com. Retrieved 2016-05-27. 
  5. ^ http://gobonnies.sbu.edu/sports/w-baskbl/2015-16/files/WBB_RecordBook_Revised2016.pdf

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