Canisius' four-game winning streak in women's lacrosse ended Thursday with 20-10 loss at Davidson (N.C.). Davidson scored the first nine goals of the game and led 14-5 at halftime.
Erica Nasca (Orchard Park) led the Golden Griffins (4-2) with three goals and an assist and Kelly Bunt netted three goals. Lauren Walsh collected two goals and an assist, and Brittany Farrugia posted two goals. Rasheeda Brenton (Clarence) picked up 18 saves on 46 Wildcat shots on goal.
SOFTBALL: Towson University ran its winning streak to five games with a doubleheader sweep of Canisius, 2-1 in eight innings and 3-1.
The Griffins were victimized by Nina Navarro, who hit two home runs, including the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh inning of the second game.
MEN'S HOCKEY: Buffalo State junior defenseman Sean Castagna and Fredonia sophomore forward Matt Zeman have been named first-team all-conference in the State University of New York Athletic Conference.
Zeman led Fredonia with 20 goals and 21 assists in 26 games. Castagna had six goals and 12 assists in 25 games for the Bengals.
Also making the first team, in addition to being named Rookie of the Year, was Oswego freshman goaltender Ryan Scott (Williamsville). Scott went 11-5-1 with a 2.23 goals-against average.
Second-team honors went to Fredonia freshman goaltender Rick Cazares and Geneseo junior defenseman Matt English (West Seneca). Buffalo State sophomore goalie Sean Sheehan, Fredonia senior defenseman Chris Wells and Geneseo senior forward Jason Kuczmanski (Cheektowaga) made the third team.
MEN'S SOCCER: Eric Brodfuehrer (Kenmore East) and Steve Pusateri (Lewiston-Porter) are among six players who have committed to Niagara for the 2005 season. Also joining the Purple Eagles are: Joe Skinner (Baldwinsville), Jeff Spenard (Cicero), Billy Gustafson (Rochester) and Stephen Kauble (Canal Winchester, Ohio).