The College Power 10 ranks the top performers each week in Western New York collegiate athletics.
1. Jaylen Adams and Matt Mobley: St. Bonaventure men's basketball's star guard duo combined for 60 points in the Bonnies' 98-78 victory over UMass Saturday. Adams scored 32 points and Mobley 28 in the Atlantic 10-opening victory. The Bonnies received seven votes in the latest AP poll, up from five last week.
2. Felisha Legette-Jack: The University at Buffalo women's basketball head coach earned her 100th victory at UB Saturday when the Bulls breezed by Akron, 89-66, in the Mid-American Conference opener. Stephanie Reid recorded her seventh double-double, while the defense held the Zips to 34.5 percent shooting from the field.
3. Wes Clark: The latest addition to the UB men's basketball active lineup set a career high in scoring against NJIT Thursday, totaling 27 points, six assists and four steals in the Bulls' 86-81 overtime victory against the Highlanders.
4. Canisius men's basketball: The Golden Griffins got out to a great start to Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference play this weekend, defeating Rider 77-76 on Friday and Iona 85-78 on Sunday. Jermaine Crumpton scored a combined 44 points in the two outings.
5. Villa Maria men's basketball: The No. 1 ranked Vikings closed 2017 with a 90-67 victory against Kent State University at Tuscarawas on Thursday. DeJaun Owens hit seven threes and scored 24 points in the win.
6. Daemen men's basketball: The Wildcats fell just short Saturday in an 83-82 loss to Saint Michael's, but responded well by defeating regionally-ranked College of St. Rose a day later. The result snapped a 14-game home win streak for St. Rose.
7. Niagara women's basketball: Victoria Rampado scored 28 points in the Purple Eagles' 73-58 MAAC-opening victory against Iona. Niagara came back from down 17 points at halftime, thanks largely to a 13-1 run at the start of the third quarter.
8. Bryan Lantry: The reshirt junior UB wrestler finished second at Midlands hosted by Northwestern University on Saturday. Lantry is the first Bull in program history to make it to the final at Midlands.
9. Danielle Migliore: St. Bonaventure women's basketball fell to St. Louis, but Migliore's 21 points marked a fourth straight game with double-digit points and a second straight with 20 points.
10. James Roll: The Niagara forward and West Seneca native helped the Purple Eagles stay with No. 9 Ohio State on Friday, notching a goal and an assist in a 3-2 loss.
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