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2012-2013 WNY Basketball Player Rankings

I think it’s fair to say that from start to finish, this season of college basketball in Western New York was one crazy ride. From the hiring of Jim Baron at Canisius college, to the recent news of Niagara coach Joe Mihalich leaving for the Hoftstra job, and everything in between, it was nothing I […]

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Bonnies Fall On The Road To Dayton

Demitrius Conger scored 22 points but it wasn’t enough for the Bonnies on Wednesday night as they fell on the road to Dayton 75-63. St. Bonaventure struggled defensively, allowing the Flyers to shoot 53.1% from the field and sent Dayton to the line 20 times. Conger had a great game for the Bonnies, shooting 8-11 […]

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QCS Big Four Notebook: Niagara Clinches MAAC

Niagara Wins MAAC Title The Purple Eagles entered the 2012-13 season with high expectations and on Saturday, they reached one of their goals as they took down St. Peter’s to win the MAAC regular season title. After a poor start to the year, Niagara rolled in MAAC play, finishing the conference portion of their schedule […]

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QCS Big Four Notebook: Bracket Buster Preview

Happy Bracket Buster Saturday! One of the biggest days of the year for mid-majors to prove their worth, the day provides mid-majors an opportunity to show their ability on a bigger stage. Today, all of the Big Four teams will be in action, highlighted by Canisius taking on Vermont and Niagara hosting Northwestern State. Here’s […]

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St. Bonaventure Falls In Overtime

Taking on one the biggest surprises in the A10 this season, St. Bonaventure battled, taking LaSalle all the way into overtime before falling at home 69-66. The Bonnies trailed by double-digits at halftime before putting forth a furious comeback in the second half to force overtime. Down 68-65 with two seconds left in overtime, Eric […]

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Bonnies Pick Up Road Win Over Rhode Island

Playing despite the horrible winter storm affecting the Northeast, St. Bonaventure battled through their travel struggles as they took down Rhode Island 67-61 on Saturday evening. The Bonnies struggled in the first half, trailing by six entering the half before taking off in the second half. St. Bonaventure guard Eric Mosley finished with a game-high […]

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UB & Bonna Struggle On The Road

QCS Buffalo Big Four Basketball Notebook Let’s just say that Wednesday night wasn’t the best night for Buffalo hoops! Both St. Bonaventure and UB lost on the road, continuing their below-average seasons to date. The Bonnies, going up against a much more talented Butler team were blown out on the road, falling to the 14th […]

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QCS Big Four Basketball Notebook

Saturday was an action packed day for Buffalo Big 4 basketball. All four local colleges had important midseason conference matchups with wins coming from Canisius and St. Bonaventure and losses from Niagara and Buffalo. Here’s what you missed: Canisius takes down Iona 77-74 Absolutely massive win for Canisius. The Griffs entered the contest one game […]

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St. Bonaventure & UB Fall In Close Games

A 19-point night by Jarryn Skeete and a 20-point lead wasn’t enough for UB on Saturday evening as the Bulls fell to Akron 68-64 while watching their big four counterpart’s, St. Bonaventure fall to St. Louis 67-57. Freshman Jarryn Skeete had one of the best games of his Bulls career, finishing with 19 points and […]

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Bonnies & UB Victorious Wednesday Night

For the second time in the past week, both St. Bonaventure and UB have won important conference games on the same night in their efforts to improve back to respectability. St. Bonaventure took down St. Joes 73-64 on Wednesday night while UB defeated Ball State 66-63. Demetrius Conger was dominant in the Bonnies win, finishing […]

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