Glenn Hagan, a point guard for the St. Bonaventure Men's Basketball team, helped the team win the 1977 NIT Championship. He knocked in the game winning shot against Rutgers, had 13 points in a win over Oregon and 14 points in the championship game versus Houston. He established the career assists record for the Men's basketball program with 486 points. He finished his career at St. Bonaventure with 1,396 points. During the 1977-1978 season, he posted 19 points in the NCAA tournament game versus Penn.* After he graduated in 1978, Hagan was drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers, and played with the Rochester Zeniths, before signing with the Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, and Detroit Pistons during his NBA career. He was inducted into the St. Bonaventure Athletics Hall of Fame in 1992.
|Scrapbook 1: St. Bonaventure Basketball Team, 1976-1977||Scrapbook 2: St. Bonaventure Basketball Team, 1977-1978|
|Scrapbook 3: St. Bonaventure Basketball Team, 1977-1978||Scrapbook 4: Miscellaneous Years|