The College Power 10 ranks the top performers each week in Western New York collegiate athletics.
1. St. Bonaventure men's basketball: Students swarmed the Reilly Center court Friday night after the Bonnies put an abrupt end to the longest active winning streak in Division I basketball. Matt Mobley, the Atlantic 10 Player of the Week, scored 26 points as the Bonnies upset No. 16 Rhode Island, 77-74, to end the Rams' 16-game win streak and 22-game streak in conference.
2. University at Buffalo women's basketball: The Bulls edged the Mid-American Conference favorite, Central Michigan, 85-82, getting 24 points from Cassie Oursler (Grand Island) and 20 from Stephanie Reid. It was the Chippewas' first MAC loss of the season. Felisha Legette-Jack's squad clinched a bye to Cleveland for the MAC Tournament with a win against Akron on Saturday.
3. Lina Kutsko: The St. Bonaventure swimmer was named the Most Outstanding Performer at the A-10 Championships after winning four gold medals and five medals overall. She finished first in the 50-yard freestyle, 100 butterfly, 400 medley relay and 100 freestyle.
4. Victoria Rampado: The Niagara Falls, Ont., native had a Senior Day to remember, scoring 27 points and breaking Niagara's career soring record in a 68-65 victory over Monmouth. Rampado, who recorded her 13th double-double of the season, hit a floater in the fourth quarter to pass Eva Cunningham's all-time record.
5. UB men's basketball: The Bulls clinched their second-ever outright MAC East title with a 95-82 win over Bowling Green. Like the women, the men's team clinched a bye into the second round of the MAC Tournament in Cleveland for the MAC Tournament. UB, winner of two straight, plays at Miami (Ohio) at 7 p.m. Tuesday.
6. Travis Wright: The Canisius senior took home the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference's Most Outstanding Diver Award at the MAAC Swimming and Diving Championships this weekend. He won both the 1-meter and 3-meter, becoming the first MAAC diver to win six conference championships. His coach, Ian O'Rourke, earned MAAC Diving Coach of the Year for the second straight season.
7. Daemen women's bowling: The Wildcats won five matches at the Brother Patrick Lacey Memorial Tournament to earn their first tournament championship ever. Daemen's Katie Good (Hamburg) and Rachel Steele were named to the All-Tournament team.
8. Buffalo State women's basketball: The Bengals didn't just defeat Fredonia they also ended the Blue Devils' season. Buffalo State won the battle for the sixth and last playoff position in the State University of New York Athletic Conference Tournament, 74-60. The Bengals will play third-seeded Cortland in the SUNYAC Quarterfinals Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.
9. Masia Phillips: The Hilbert men's basketball guard picked the right time to take his only three-point attempt at Mount Aloysius. He hit from long range with four seconds left in the second half, lifting the Hawks to a 65-64 victory. Hilbert, which finished 13-5 in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference regular season, plays at Penn State Altoona in the first round of the AMCC Tournament at 7 p.m. Wednesday.
10. Fredonia men's hockey: The Blue Devils closed the season with a 6-2 win against Morrisville State, clinching the fifth seed in the SUNYAC Tournament. Fredonia will travel to Plattsburgh State Wednesday to play the fourth-seeded Cardinals at 7 p.m.
• St. Bonaventure men's swimming freshman Tjaard Krusch was named the A-10 Most Outstanding Rookie Performer after capturing three medals at the conference's championships.
• No. 2 Villa Maria men's basketball closed its regular season with an 81-72 victory against Valley Forge. The Vikings host Saint Joseph Friday at 8 p.m. in the Northeast Intercollegiate Athletics Conference Tournament. The women, who ended their regular season with a 71-57 victory against No. 9 SUNY Canton, also will meet Saint Joseph in the NIAC Tournament. Their game with the Fighting Saints is at 4 p.m.
• Canisius men's lacrosse attackman Ryan McKee scored five goals in the Golden Griffins' season-opening loss to Dartmouth.
• ECC women's swimming and diving and men's bowling both finished second in the Region 3 Championships. Two school records were set by the women: Tabby Smith (Frontier), Haley Roblee (Pioneer), Allie DeBiase (Newfane) and Abbie Ettinger (Kenmore West) broke the 200-yard freestyle relay record, while Roblee set an ECC best in 3-meter diving.
• Hilbert women's basketball closed the regular season with a win against Mount Aloysius. The Hawks are the first seed in the AMCC Playoffs, earning a bye to the semifinals.
• Both Medaille's men's and women's basketball ended the regular season with a victory against Franciscan. The men are the third seed in the AMCC Tournament and will host Mount Aloysius at 6 p.m. Wednesday. The women are the fourth seed and host Penn State Behrend at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
• Niagara CCC men's basketball upset No. 9 Monroe CC, 86-72, on Wednesday.
• Monica June (Hutch Tech) scored a career-high 29 points in D'Youville's season-ending 71-55 loss to La Roche.
• D'Youville men's volleyball earned its first conference victory of the season with a 3-2 defeat of Medaille.
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Story topics: Buffalo State women's basketball/ Canisius swimming/ Daemen women's bowling/ Fredonia men's hockey/ Katie Good/ Lina Kutsko/ Masia Phillips/ Matt Mobley/ Niagara women's basketball/ St. Bonaventure men's basketball/ St. Bonaventure swimming/ Travis Wright/ University at Buffalo men's basketball/ University at Buffalo women's basketball/ Victoria Rampado