Long time, no see for Bonnies and Dukes

Long time, no see for Bonnies and Dukes

Keith Dambrot’s side endured a 26-12 Rhode Island run over the last 10:52 of the first half at its temporary La Roche University home, creating a margin that grew as large as 17 points. Duquesne responded by shooting 65 percent (15-of-23) in the second half, taking a 66-65 lead with 5:23 remaining and holding the Rams to just one field goal the rest of the way. The Dukes won 71-69, improving to 4-5 overall and 3-4 in the A-10. 

Air of dissatisfaction motivates Bonnies entering Friday Night Showcase with Duquesne

Air of dissatisfaction motivates Bonnies entering Friday Night Showcase with Duquesne

They hold an early Atlantic 10 lead, haven’t lost with a healthy starting five and are riding a three-game win streak. The St. Bonaventure Bonnies, however, are not satisfied with how they’re playing entering Friday night’s nationally televised contest with longtime rival Duquesne…

Bonnies hope to bring out brooms in big Duquesne rematch

Bonnies hope to bring out brooms in big Duquesne rematch

In the last six seasons, which have seen them win at least 10 A-10 contests each go-around, the Bonnies have 17 home-and-home sweeps, six home-and-home splits and five home-and-home 0-fers. Duquesne knows the receiving end well; the Dukes have been swept the last three years and haven’t defeated Bonaventure since Jan. 16, 2016. 

Takeaways: Bonnies, led by seniors, earn tiebreaker over Duquesne

Takeaways: Bonnies, led by seniors, earn tiebreaker over Duquesne

Griffin and Stockard took “showtime” literally. Not only did they combine for 37 points (Stockard 21, Griffin 16), they added some flair. Griffin produced two SportsCenter Top 10 nominees while Stockard, not to be completely outdone, decided to throw down a reverse jam of his own as the 68-47 victory’s exclamation point…

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