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Bona powers past Duquesne

Juniors Brian Pellegrini and Joe Rizzo combined for three home runs and eight RBIs to lead St. Bonaventure past Duquesne, 15-4, on Sunday to finish a three-game series at Duquesne Field. The game was stopped after eight innings by the 10-run rule.

A six-run second inning carried Niagara, 14-5, over Iona. The Purple Eagles outscored the Gaels, 28-8, in the three-game series and boosted their winning streak to six games. . . . Kurt Lauscher pitched a four-hitter over seven innings as Central Michigan handed the University at Buffalo its third straight loss by shutout, 12-0, in the Mid-American Conference. . . . Canisius pounded out 14 hits, including eight extra-base knocks, to cruise to a 12-3 victory at Saint Peter's. Connor Burke was 4-for-5 with two doubles and two RBIs. Matt Weber pitched six strong innings, scattering five hits. . . . Medaille beat defending AMCC champion Frostburg State for the first time, 3-2, after losing the opener, 7-3. Kevin Maluchnik (Niagara Falls) scattered six hits for Medaille (3-9, 1-1).

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TRACK: Jessica Lister won the pole vault at 11 feet, 9 3/4 inches to highlight performances for the University at Buffalo at the Raleigh (N.C.) Relays. Vanessa Roelofsen broke her own school record by five inches to place second in the javelin in 162-2.

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TENNIS: Andrew Hart won his match at third singles and teamed with Dejan Stankovic to win at first doubles for St. Bonaventure in a 4-3 loss to Atlantic 10 rival Saint Joseph's.

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MEN'S LACROSSE: David Bennett and Chad Gingerich had three goals each for Medaille in a 14-7 loss to Keuka.

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MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: D'Youville beat Eastern Mennonite in four games and Medaille in four to win the Northeast College Volleyball Association West Division for the first since 2001. D'Youville (18-7) has won its last six matches and will join Medaille next weekend at the NECVA regionals in Boston.

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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Medaille sophomore forward Amanda Baker earned more postseason honors as she was selected to the All-America honorable mention team by D3Hoops.com.

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