The University at Buffalo's men's soccer team dropped its second straight game, 2-1, at High Point College on Sunday. Tim Songer had the lone goal for the Bulls, who dropped to 4-3-1. The game featured 27 fouls, six yellow cards and one red card.
Elsewhere, Albany nipped Niagara, 2-1. Nick Boetcher tied the game for the Purple Eagles (1-7) in the second half, only to see Jon Brainard score his second of the day to win it with about 15 minutes left. . . . Eastern Michigan had to go to overtime to edge Canisius, 1-0. The Griffins (2-4) were playing two men down in overtime due to a flurry of ejections near the end of regulation. . . . Brown blanked St. Bonaventure, 5-0, in New Haven, Conn. The Bonnies dropped to 2-6.
WOMEN'S SOCCER: UB settled for a 1-1 tie in a game at Florida International. Samantha Swerdloff scored her team-best seventh goal for the Bulls, who are 6-0-1. . . . St. Bonaventure opened its Atlantic 10 season with a 2-1 home win over Duquesne. Kelly Nagy scored the winner late in the first half; teammate Karen Cunningham had seven saves.
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: UB swept past Stony Brook, 16-14, 15-9, 15-11. Keri Shiels had 14 kills for the Bulls. . . . San Diego State cruised past Canisius, 15-8, 15-8, 15-4. Erin Oveis had 11 kills for Canisius.
MEN'S TENNIS: St. Bonaventure finished a perfect weekend with two more wins in its Fall Classic, beating St. Francis, 7-0, and Robert Morris, 5-2. Vili Nurmi and Ryan Ulizio won both of their matches. Niagara also earned two wins Sunday, knocking off Siena, 6-1, and UB, 4-3. The Bulls also lost to Robert Morris.
WOMEN'S TENNIS: RIT bounced Buffalo State, 8-1. Doubles players Erin Harvey (Kenmore West) and Nicole Becker (Kenmore East) were the only Bengals' winners.
CROSS COUNTRY: Pat Leone of Canisius placed second overall in the Orange Classic in Syracuse on Saturday. His time on the 8-kilometer course was 26:52.67. The Golden Griffins placed third in the meet.