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Bona's Motondo hits 100 goals

Nicole Motondo became the fourth St. Bonaventure women's lacrosse player to reach 100 career goals during the Bonnies' 17-6 rout of Central Connecticut State in Corning. Motondo, a senior from Syracuse, tallied three goals and two assists, and Katie Hurley had four goals and two assists for the unbeaten Bonnies (3-0).

Elsewhere, Ashley Gray and Whitney Card tied school records for most goals in a game as each tallied six during Canisius' 16-8 pounding of visiting Binghamton. The Golden Griffins are 5-2. . . . Lindsay Hamann scored four goals, while freshmen Vanessa Schultz (Clarence) had three as Niagara (4-3) won its third in a row, 13-9, over Robert Morris in Moon Township, Pa.


BASEBALL: Jeff Vincent's two-out single in the 10th inning plated the decisive run as Niagara completed a three-game sweep of host Radford, 7-6, in Radford, Va. Vincent and Brian Clifford (Timon-St. Jude) each had two hits for the Purple Eagles (7-10). . . . Gabe Baida went 3 for 5 and John Papierski (Dunkirk) hit a three-run double during Canisius' 12-7 win over Mount St. Mary's in College Park, Md. . . . E.J. Folli went 3 for 4 with a double and Mike Folli had two hits during the University at Buffalo's 6-5 loss at New Orleans, which scored the winning run in the bottom of the ninth on Jason Schwab's bases-loaded single.


SOFTBALL: Sophie Barstad drove in two runs and pitched a complete game during UB's 3-2 win over George Mason in the first of two games at the USF Speedline Invitational in Tampa, Fla. She also drove in a run while serving as the designated player in UB's 13-4 loss to Ohio. The Bulls visit Canisius at 2 p.m. Wednesday. In the same event, Canisius freshman Rachelle Barrientos hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the eighth to lift the Golden Griffins (9-14) past Purdue, 4-3. Canisius then dropped an 8-2 decision to Illinois-Chicago to place sixth. . . . Brooke Viola struck out five and yielded four hits in earning the shutout during Niagara's 6-0 win over Saint Joseph's in its final game at the Bash at the Beach in Dover, Del.

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