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Erie Community College has rescheduled its football game at Nassau Community College for Nov. 17.

The game was to have been played Sept. 15 at Mitchel Park on Garden City, L.I., but was postponed because of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Nassau CC is 5-0 and ranked fifth nationally.

ECC is 5-1 and faces Dean Junior College at 1 p.m. Saturday in Franklin, Mass.

In other football news, Buffalo State sophomore safety Mike Potter (Salamanca) was named the ECAC's Division III Northwest player of the week. He tied a school record with three interceptions, including a 26-yard return for his first career touchdown, and had four solos among six total tackles in Saturday's 38-27 loss at Montclair State.

WOMEN'S SOCCER: Jenny Dannecker scored twice to lead the University at Buffalo (9-8) to a 5-0 win over Canisius (3-12-1). Emily Cox needed to make only four saves for the Bulls while Christine Moran made seven for the Griffs.

MEN'S SOCCER: Adam Flanders made eight saves for Fredonia State (12-4) in a 2-0 loss at Le Moyne (11-6).

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Keri Shiels became the sixth player in school history to register 1,000 kills as UB (5-15) defeated Binghamton, three games to one. Shiels, a senior outside hitter, has 1,002 for her career.

NOTEWORTHY: Niagara goaltender Tania Pinelli has been named ECAC East women's hockey goaltender of the week. She recorded 44 saves last weekend in a sweep of the University of Findlay. She has a 1.92 goals-against average and .917 save percentage this season. . . . UB has been picked to finish fourth out seven women's basketball teams in the East Division in the Mid-American Conference's preseason poll. Kent State, Miami (Ohio) and Bowling Green were picked to finish ahead of the Bulls, who went 19-9 last season.

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