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The University at Buffalo women's track and field team battled rain, snow and sleet to win the Ohio Invitational on Saturday. UB's men placed fourth in a meet that featured several Mid-American Conference rivals.

The UB women scored 175 points to easily outdistance second-place Kent State's 109.

Faith Thompson (Niagara Falls) broke stadium records in the hammer throw (186 feet) and the shot put (47-5 1/4 ).

In the men's meet, Gary Asbach (Grand Island) won the long jump at 22 feet, 1 1/2 inches and the triple jump at 44-1 1/4 .

BASEBALL: After a three-hour rain delay, St. Bonaventure earned its first Atlantic 10 Conference win, 1-0, at Richmond. The Bonnies scored the only run in the first inning when Dan Bratys led off with a double and scored on Joe Rizzo's double to center.

MEN'S LACROSSE: Dan Carey scored four goals and Kevin Ross added a goal and three assists as Canisius defeated Saint Joseph's, 7-4, in the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference. Tom Kucharczak recorded 15 saves in the win for the Griffs.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE: St. Bonaventure scored the game's first 11 goals on its way to a weather-shortened 16-2 win over Robert Morris. The game was called with 12 minutes remaining in the second half. Kelly Chevez scored four goals and Nicole Motondo added three during the Bonnies' scoring run.

MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Medaille went four games to beat D'Youville in the finals of the NECVA West Division championship. Drew Lewandowski (Kenmore West) had 61 assists and 10 digs, while Erik Hartman (Hamburg) had 17 kills. Medaille advanced to the final with a four-game win over Nazareth in the semifinals.

MEN'S TENNIS: A third-set win by Matt Kennedy gave the University at Buffalo a 4-3 victory over Mid-American Conference rival Northern Illinois at the Village Glen Tennis Center.

WOMEN'S TENNIS: A victory at third singles by Miglena Nenova provided the difference as the University at Buffalo rebounded from Friday's loss at Bowling Green to rally past Ball State, 4-3, in the Mid-American Conference.

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