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McGraw Jennings Field is not just home for the softball field.  It holds the softball, soccer, lacrosse, rugby, and baseball fields as well.

The field is named for John McGraw (manager of the New York Giants) and his partner and friend Hugh Jennings, two men who had attended St. Bonaventure University and played for the baseball team.

1927 was the first year the St. Bonaventure had a baseball field.  After hard economic times the baseball team was shut down, only to be re-commissioned in 1950.

In 1958, the baseball field was moved to its present location south of the Reilly Center from the field that now holds Plassman Hall.

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McGraw Jennings Softball Field:

Down the lines – 190 ft.
Center Field – 220 ft.





Softball’s Great History

The Bonnies History  

Meet the Coaches: Meeting up with Coach Threehouse and Coach Matz

Notable Bonnies and Moments

Meet the Bonnies (Past and Present)

McGraw Jennings Field

The Question of Title IX

Photo Gallery