Marist’s 2nd half offense too much for Griffs

By Marshall Haim Assistant Sports Editor The Canisius Golden Griffins' offense came to play on Thursday morning during the 18th annual Kids Day game, however defensively the Griffs couldn't contain the Marist Red Foxes. Canisius allowed 53 second … [Read More]


Hurley meets with Afro American Society to tackle tough issues

Dylan Huston Griffin Reporter President and former Griffin Editor John J. Hurley met with the Afro … [Read More]

Car damaged in parking ramp

By Justin Smith News Editor In what is at least inauspicious timing for the College, Canisius … [Read More]

Student Senate Spotlight: Gina Trippe

By Amanda Weber and Felicia Smolen Assistant News Editor and Griffin Reporter Gina Trippe is the … [Read More]

Freshman prepare for election results: Six new senators to be announced today

Brandon Seltenrich Griffin Reporter Arriving at college, a new and different environment, can appear … [Read More]

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Rivalry victory at the Demske

By Robert Janish Senior Sports Writer The annual Canisius-Niagara game is important more than ever this year. With each team currently 1-1 in the MAAC, this matchup is decisive for both teams and … [Read More]

Flash vs. Thailand at the Demske

By Dominic Chamberlain Sports Editor On Saturday Sept. 17, Canisius College will play host to a bit of a rarity in the world of Women’s Soccer. On that night the Western New York Flash will take on … [Read More]

Moments to Look Forward to This Season: Five Important Events in 2016-17 Seasons

By Marshall Haim Assistant Sports Editor Men’s Hockey Travels to North Dakota and Alaska The beginning of the 2016-17 season for Men’s Hockey will be definitely a memorable one for not only … [Read More]

Reggie Witherspoon (left) shakes hands with Canisius College President John J. Hurley (right).  Photo Credit: Buffalo News

Changing The Rein

By Marshall Haim Assistant Sports Editor A week after every student left campus for their summer vacations, the Canisius men’s basketball program called for a press conference on Friday, May 20. The … [Read More]

The Griffs are Still Trying to “Click”: Transfer Pauls finally makes debut

By Canio Marasco Sports Reporter After starting the season slow, largely due to scoring, the Griffs are still struggling to find the back of the net. One player, sophomore transfer Will Pauls, could … [Read More]

Griffs travel to Fairfield for 2016 MAAC opener

By Robert Janish Senior Sports Writer After a 2-4 nonconference record, the Golden Griffins will travel to Connecticut to take on the Fairfield Stags, which will kick off their 2016 Metro Atlantic … [Read More]

Volleyball conference season starts on the road: MAAC season begins against Marist and Siena after rough preseason

By Adam Duke Sports Reporter After going 0-3 in a second consecutive tournament, the Griffs will seek to pick up a pair of victories on the road this weekend against Marist and Siena. Last season, … [Read More]

Griffs Start the Season Slow

By Canio Marasco Sports Reporter The Griffs ended last season with one true problem – goal scoring. This season, the narrative hasn’t changed. After a 1-3 start, Coach Dermot McGrane has been miffed … [Read More]

Changes to volleyball provide fresh outlook: With a new coach, Griffs seek to return to the MAAC tournament.

By Adam Duke Sports Reporter The Griffs volleyball team came back with an all-new presence in late August. With Coach Lenika Vazquez at the helm of the program, the team has welcomed four freshmen … [Read More]

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