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Niagara men’s hockey got out to a poor start to postseason play, giving up a pair of power play goals in a 4-1 loss to American International in the first game of the Atlantic Hockey Tournament first round in Springfield, Mass. The Yellow Jackets got out a gradual 3-0 lead, scoring in the first period, second and early in the third. Hugo Reinhardt scored AIC’s second an…

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Niagara men’s hockey is winless in its last five games after a 7-1 home loss to Sacred Heart on Friday. The Purple Eagles gave up three shorthanded goals in the losing effort. Frustrations boiled over at the end of the game, as the teams engaged in a line brawl. Two Sacred Heart players, Kory Kennedy and Ruslan Rakhmatov, and one Purple Eagle, Zach Mills, were given gam…

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Niagara men’s basketball couldn’t slow down Iona’s parade to the free throw line in overtime, falling 98-93 to the Gaels in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Opener. Iona scored its final ten points of the game from the charity stripe. Eleven of the Gaels 20 overtime points came from the line. Marvin Prochet scored the final three points of regulation, including…

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The College Power 10 ranks the top performers each week in Western New York collegiate athletics. 1. Brockport football: Multiple former Section VI players came up big for Brockport again this weekend, helping propel the Golden Eagles to the Division III final four. Niagara Falls graduate DaQuan Hubbard caught five balls for 125 yards and former South Park star Tyree Br…

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The College Power 10 ranks the top performers each week in Western New York collegiate athletics. 1. Niagara men's basketball: The Purple Eagles took advantage of St. Bonaventure guard Jaylen Adams' injury to start  their season with a bang. Niagara downed the NCAA Tournament-hopeful Bonnies in the Riley Center Friday night. Kahlil Dukes scored a team-leading 23 points …