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NU spikers fall on banner night
On a night when the first-ever Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference championship volleyball banner was unfurled at the Gallagher Center, leave it regional rival Buffalo to steal the hosts thunder.
Defending championship is daily grind for NU volleyball team
When you reach the top of the mountain, is there anywhere else to go but downhill?
Niagara cuts ties with Cooley
The majority of Niagara fans will never get to see how good Austin Cooley could’ve been.
Jordan, Lemmons complete Niagara recruiting class
Niagara could still add one more player to its incoming freshman class, but coach Joe Mihalich is ready to shift his recruiting focus toward future prospects, content with the five players already in the fold.
Canisius eliminates Niagara with 11-4 decision
For the second consecutive year, Canisius grounded the Niagara Purple Eagles’ playoff flight plan on the last day of the season, winning 11-4 before a big Senior Day crowd at Sal Maglie Stadium.
Wietlispach worked his way from afterthought to leader at Niagara
Heading into this week’s series with Canisius, Wietlispach was leading the team in batting average (.329), slugging percentage (.502) hits (68), home runs (eight) and stolen bases (19).
Niagara baseball ‘not afraid’ to finish strong
Losing its final three games and missing last year’s conference playoffs through a tiebreaker has hardened the Niagara University baseball team. So did a midseason swoon that put the Purple Eagles in a position where they may need to end the regular season on a six-game winning streak to make the postseason.
Stykemain, Wagner are the Purple Eagles defiant streak
Niagara coach Rob McCoy culled Defiance, Ohio (pop. 16,465) for little league teammates Cam Stykemain and Brian Wagner, two of the Purple Eagles’ steadiest performers in the outfield, at the plate, on the base paths, and in the classroom.
Niagara basketball gets a 'banger'
The Niagara men’s basketball team made a big addition to its 2010 recruiting class last week when it received a signed letter of intent from Joe Thomas.
Niagara basketball great "Boo" Ellis dies
Alex “Boo” Ellis, a standout player on the Niagara University men’s basketball team in the 1950s, died Thursday night. He was 74.
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