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Niagara's win streak snapped by Air Force
Despite scoring four third-period goals, Niagara could not dig itself out of an early 5-0 hole as it dropped a 7-4 Atlantic Hockey decision to visiting Air Force before 1,157 fans at Dwyer Arena Saturday night.
Niagara volleyball wins second straight MAAC title
The Niagara women’s volleyball team defeated Iona in straight sets Saturday to claim its second straight Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship and qualify for a return trip to the NCAA tournament.
Zanette's natural hat trick leads Niagara over RIT
If Niagara was looking to make a statement to the rest of Atlantic Hockey, Paul Zanette put an exclamation point on it.
Niagara swings back into MAAC volleyball final
Having won 18 matches in a row, the Niagara women’s volleyball team is now one more win away from accomplishing its primary goal for the season.
Niagara falls to Ga. Tech
The Niagara Purple Eagles fell behind by 14 points in the first five minutes Friday and never recovered, losing 77-51 to Georgia Tech at the Alexander Memorial Coliseum in Atlanta.
NU's Iuorio adds speed to his arsenal
The Niagara University sophomore has a knack for getting around the net on the team’s power play, and became a fixture on the second unit in his first season on Monteagle Ridge before getting a promotion to the top group this fall.
Tought road for Niagara begins tonight
Joe Mihalich would be mad at the person who made the Niagara men’s basketball team’s schedule if it wasn’t he himself who was responsible.
Niagara falls into tie with Merrimack
Members of the Niagara University men’s hockey team insisted prior to Saturday’s season opener that they didn’t want to start the 2010-11 campaign like the last — when they let a school from a high-profile conference off the hook, finishing in a tie after holding a two-goal lead.
Unfortunately, with a new lineup, and now as members of a new conference, the Purple Eagles turned the same old trick, racing out to a 3-1 lead before settling for a 4-4 tie with Merrimack of Hockey East in the non-league opener for both at Dwyer Arena on Saturday.
Annesley leads Niagara unto Atlantic Hockey
While he’s glad he was granted a fifth-year of eligibility after playing just seven games last season, Ryan Annesley is eager to restore order to a once-proud program that has seen myriad changes over the past 12 months.
RIT still the pick in Atlantic Hockey
The common perception when the Niagara University men’s hockey team moved from College Hockey America to Atlantic Hockey was the program was taking a small step down.
Recent history, however, suggests otherwise.
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