Closing Out the Season

Matthew Duke Communications Director Canisius women’s volleyball finished their regular season this past weekend. On Saturday they visited Quinnipiac, where they would sweep the Bobcats, 25-21, 25-23, 25-18. Sara Wesley led the team in kills with 12. Leah Simmons had a great game, posting 10 kills, five digs, two aces and … [Read more...]

Quinn sets school record

Aidan Joly Sports Reporter Senior runner Siobhan Quinn made Canisius history at last week’s NCAA Northeast Regional, finishing 19th in the six-kilometer race. It was the highest finish by a Canisius runner in program history at the meet. Quinn finished with a time of 22:20, giving her the top time for the Griffs on the … [Read more...]

Baseball catcher suits up as emergency goalie in victory over Clarkson

Jay Ashdown Sports Reporter After a 4-1 loss on Oct. 27 in Potsdam, N.Y., against non-conference foe, Clarkson, the Griffs returned home last Saturday to rematch against the Golden Knights. The Griffs got off to a rocky start, with Clarkson taking a 2-0 lead just 7:50 into the game. Clarkson's crowd that traveled to the game … [Read more...]

Conely thriving under Griffs’ new style of play

Marshall Haim Sports Editor ALLEGANY, N.Y. -- Coming into this year's season, Shannon Conely played a combined 29 games, averaging just 6.8 minutes per game. In those games, she netted 48 points which resulted in 1.7 points per contest. Under first-year head coach Scott Hemer’s style of play, the junior is beginning to … [Read more...]

Men’s basketball starts season strong

Nolan Hopkins Assistant Sports Editor The men’s basketball team kicked off the 2018-19 season with a win over Bucknell on Tuesday, 82-73. Sophomore forward Scott Hitchon got the scoring started for the Griffs by connecting on a mid-range jumper just 13 seconds into the contest. The quick bucket served as a precursor for … [Read more...]

Bonnies sweep Griffs

Griffin Staff Report The Canisius swimming and diving team fell to rival St. Bonaventure this past weekend, with the men losing 147-96 and the women falling 148-95. For the women, sophomore Kelly Burns was the lone swimmer to take home an individual first place, as she won the 100-yard freestyle event with a time of 54.99 … [Read more...]

Griffs close out four games in seven-day stretch on road

Marshall Haim Sports Editor After having played three games over the past five days, the Canisius hockey team will conclude a rugged portion of their schedule on Saturday with a meeting against archrival, Niagara. The Griffs opened up the four games in a full week stretch with a 6-3 victory over Clarkson at HarborCenter last … [Read more...]

Two cross-country runners lose eligibility to run this season

Griffin Staff Report The Griffin will report more on this story as information becomes available. Two Canisius cross-country runners have violated NCAA regulations and are no longer eligible to run this season, a source familiar with the situation told The Griffin. Sophomores Emily Scheck and Grace Hausladen both breached … [Read more...]

Reese remains dedicated to the Griffs

By Mike Pesarchick Copy Editor Isaiah Reese is a humble guy. Canisius’ blue-chip guard was recently named the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) Preseason Player of the Year after earning All-MAAC honors last year, the first sophomore to do so since Michael Meeks in 1994. The Miami, Fla. native led the Griffs last season … [Read more...]

Griffs ready for tonight’s home opener

By Marshall Haim Sports Editor It's crazy to think that basketball season is finally here. Canisius' women's basketball team will tipoff the 2018-19 season tonight when they face Miami (Ohio) at the Koessler Athletic Center at 7 p.m. This will be the first game for Canisius under new head coach Scott Hemer. Here are some things to … [Read more...]

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