Niagara men's soccer: Australian Matthew Durand tallied his 11th goal of the season for the Purple Eagles (8-4-2, 2-2) in a 2-1 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference loss during a battle for first place at Siena (6-6-1, 4-1). John Fiutowski had four saves for Niagara.
St. Bonaventure women's soccer: Freshmen accounted for all but one of the goals as the host Bonnies scored a 5-0 victory over Atlantic- 10 Conference foe Temple (2-10-4, 0-5-3). Dakota Carroll scored twice as the Bonnies held a 12-6 shots advantage. St. Bona (9-7-1, 4-4-1) entered the game tied for the sixth and final playoff spot in the A-10 and hosts Saint Joseph's at McGraw-Jennings Field on Sunday afternoon.
Canisius women's soccer: Freshman midfielder Kelly Reinwald, a three-timeMAAC Rookie of the Week, did it again by scoring the final two goals in a 4-1 victory at Rider. She converted a 5-yard header and a bicycle kick during the final 27 minutes for the Golden Griffins (10-3-3, 5-2), giving her 10 goals for the season. Camille Blum and Meagan Jones had the other goals for Canisius, which plays at Loyola Sunday.
Niagara women's soccer: Stephanie Gartley scored her team-leading 11th goal nine minutes into the game for the Purple Eagles (11-5-1, 4-3) in a 2-1 overtime loss at Loyola (6-5-4, 4-0-2). Lea Day's header from the left side of the net, 2:56 into overtime, won it for the Greyhounds. Ashleigh Bowers made seven saves for Niagara, which travels to Rider on Sunday.
University at Buffalo women's soccer: Kristen Bailey scored off an assist from Brooke McCalla with 24:45 remaining to bring the Bulls (4-8-4, 0-7-2) within a goal but that was as close as it got as Toledo (12-4, 7-2) posted a 2-1 Mid-American Conference triumph. UB continues its road trip against Bowling Green on Sunday.