Griffs continue to slide to 1-8 in MAAC play this season.
The Ice Griffs’ unbeaten streak melts away at the hands of an RIT sweep last weekend.
“We weren’t ready for him to go. It didn’t make sense. We had seen him just the night before on national TV in his hometown of Philadelphia to greet LeBron James on passing him on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. It shouldn’t have ended this way, but it did.”
Dribble, dribble, side step, behind the back dribble, another side step and swing, shoot. Canisius guard Majesty Brandon recently went viral for his unorthodox free throw routine, but he might just have a good reason for it.
The Griffs struggles continued in a loss to Rider last Thursday.
Men’s and women’s swim and dive teams sweep Niagara for the second time this season.
The Griffs struggles continue in a recent loss to the Quinnipiac Bobcats.
Seniors Matt Hoover, Matt Stief and Nick Hutchinson are three of 79 Division I players nominated for college hockey’s Hobey Baker award.
After an 0-4 start to conference play, the Griffs have rattled off three straight wins, bringing them back into the mix in the MAAC midway through the season.
“We’re having a lot more fun, guys are together more. When your team is like that, I think that’s when teams are most successful.”