Monk Bonasorte

American football player from United States of America

Francis Joseph "Monk" Bonasorte is a former All-American college football player for Florida State University (FSU) who worked in various semi-pro sports leagues before returning to Florida State to head the school's Varsity Club. Bonasorte played for Florida State Seminoles from 1977 until 1980, including starring on the 1979 team which went undefeated during the regular season. He held the school's career (15) and season (8 in 1979) interception records until both marks were eclipsed by Terrell Buckley in 1991. Bonasorte was a two-time All-American and was inducted into Florida State's Hall of Fame in 1995. After his college career, Bonasorte worked as a scouting coordinator for the Jacksonville Bulls of the United States Football League. He later worked as the vice-president and general manager of the Tallahassee Thunder of the af2 football league. In 2003, after the Thunder ceased operations, he took a job as the executive director of the FSU Varsity Club for former Florida State athletes. As of that time, he was married and had two children. A member of Florida State's All-Time football team as named by Athlon Magazine, he earned four varsity letters (1977–80), played in the  ( Wikipedia article )


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United States of America
American football player

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American football

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