Catallo-Stooks has breakout day in sweep of Bonnies

By Marshall Haim Sports Editor Emeritus If there is a right time to breakout, late April is a perfect time to do so. Freshman Hannah Catallo-Stooks has had great success inside the batter's box in the last three games, highlighted by Tuesday's doubleheader sweep of St. Bonaventure. In the twinbill, Catallo-Stooks went 4-for-7 at … [Read more...]

Freshmen pitchers stymie Buffalo hitters in doubleheader sweep

By Marshall Haim Sports Editor Canisius' three freshman pitchers -- Hayley Tamaro, Shea Ollison and Alexis Churchill -- shined in the circle Wednesday afternoon, combining to limit Buffalo to just eight hits and one run in a doubleheader sweep of the Bulls at the Demske Sports Complex. Churchill started the opening game in stellar … [Read more...]

Hollins has career day against Kent State

By Aidan Joly Assistant Sports Editor At nearly the halfway point of conference season, Canisius is hitting its stride. After taking two out of three games against Quinnipiac, they are up to 7-2 and tied for first place with the same Bobcats heading into a weekend slate with Marist. To start last weekend’s slate against Quinnipiac, … [Read more...]

Offense clicks in pair of MAAC victories

By Canio Marasco III Sports Reporter The Canisius men’s lacrosse team earned two conference wins over the past week as the Griffs have bolstered their MAAC record to 3-1 this season. The Griffs first conference matchup of the week was against the Quinnipiac Bobcats, who entered the game 2-1 in the conference and 6-3 overall. The … [Read more...]

Women’s lacrosse gets first victory of season over Iona

By Jon Skuza Sports Reporter Canisius women’s lacrosse got its first win at home against Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference opponent Iona, 15-12, last Saturday. Canisius had a strong first half, scoring nine goals to Iona’s six. The Griffs were able to pace with the Gaels with both teams scoring six goals a piece in the second … [Read more...]

Wins for Quinn, Stewart headline stellar weekend for outdoor track

By Vinnie Christiano III Sports Reporter On Saturday, March 6, the Golden Griffins track and field team traveled to Slippery Rock, Pa., to compete in the annual Dave Labor Invite. Despite competing against over a dozen other teams, the trip was highlighted by two Canisius victories, as well as several other podium finishes. The team … [Read more...]

Pair of Varsity Eight shells advance to finals

By Matthew Duke Communications Director The Canisius rowing team took to the water for their second event of the spring season this past Sunday. They sent two boats, both varsity eights, to Cherry Hill, N.J., to partake in the Cooper Invitational. The first varsity eight shell partook in the third of three heats, in which they … [Read more...]

Golf’s solid outing ties them for fourth in 17-team field

By Jay Ashdown Sports Reporter The Golden Griffins finished the 36-hole Towson Invitational at Prospect Bay Country Club in Grasonville, Md., on Sunday. The field included Bryant, Fairfield, FDU, Goucher, Hofstra, Long Island Brooklyn, Manhattan, Mount St. Mary's, North Carolina A&T, Robert Morris, St. Anselm, St. Francis, Towson … [Read more...]

Dennis, Keller spark five-run rally against Niagara

By Marshall Haim Sports Editor A five-run fifth inning highlighted by a pair of two-RBI hits by Lindsi Dennis and Denver Keller aided the Canisius softball team to a 5-4 victory over Niagara at the Demske Sports Complex on Sunday afternoon. Niagara opened the game up scoring the four runs in the first three innings. The Purple … [Read more...]

Sockwell sees success after multiple knee injuries

By Marshall Haim Sports Editor To say the past three years have been easy for Brittany Sockwell would be an understatement. In her freshman year at Canisius, she tore her anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and meniscus while also partially tearing her medial collateral ligament (MCL) in her left knee during a practice. "I remember … [Read more...]

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