It was a day for road wins as Niagara, Canisius and the University at Buffalo all earned four-game conference victories.
Niagara (9-5, 2-1 MAAC) defeated Manhattan to record back-to-back Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference wins for the first time since 2005. Kathy Bibler had 19 kills while Sam Morgan had 18 digs to extend her double-digit dig streak to 44 matches.
Canisius (5-8, 2-1 MAAC) upended Saint Peter's with three different players recording 15 kills -- Renee Lettow, Danielle Brawn and Samantha Good.
In Ohio, Buffalo got 21 kills from Marisa Hornbaker and 48 assists from Lindsey Schlegle (Lancaster) to defeat Bowling Green for its first Mid-American Conference win of the year (10-5, 1-1 MAC).
Canisius won the title at the Little Three Championships for the fourth straigt year.
On the women's side, the Golden Griffins took eight of the top 10 places, including the first five to cross the finish line of the 5K course in Olean. Christine Mulvihill won the race, matching her personal record of 19:08. Nicole Mehlman finished in sixth (20:08) to pace Niagara while Tiffany Barkley was 14th (22:02) for St. Bonaventure.
For the men, Vasilis Kariolis won the 8K race in 26:24 as Canisius took the top six spots. The top finisher for Niagara was Colin Durina (7th, 27:37) while Jimmy Burton placed ninth for St. Bonaventure (27:42).
Responding to its first loss of the season, Medaille took its frustrations out on Mount Aloysius, earning a 12-0 win in a game that was called after 70 minutes due to poor weather conditions and the score. Gary Boughton (Lancaster) had a goal and five assists for the Mavericks (8-1-1) while Nick Cavalieri (Sweet Home) had three goals off the bench.