|Jenn Solis earned her first college win Tuesday|
Canisius swept a pair of games from local rival St. Bonaventure in their home opener. The Griffs overcame a 4-0 deficit in game one when they hit six consecutive singles in the fifth inning to tie the game. They added three more runs in the sixth inning for the 7-4 win. Robin Kennery drove home three runs; Michelle DelPrince was 2 for 2. In game two, freshman Jenn Solis made her first college start, and got the win, 4-2. Meghan Cuda was 3 for 4 in the game, and hit her sixth triple of the season.
Siena swept a home doubleheader vs. Holy Cross, and their bats were red hot in the pair of run rule wins. The Saints won game one 10-2 in five innings; Jessika-Jo Sandrini led the way with three RBIs, and the complete game win in the circle. Game two saw the Saints win again in five innings, 14-7. Alyssa Lancaster hit 3 for 4 with three RBIs; Stephanie Viggiano was 3 for 3 and Mandy Ferro also had three hits.
Niagara opened their home schedule by dropping a doubleheader to local rival Buffalo. The Purple Eagles were run ruled, 8-0, in game one as Kim Bryson's difficult junior year continued. She is now 0-11 in the circle this season. Game two lasted only five innings, but this time due to a rain storm that shortened the game. Niagara lost 1-0 despite another strong pitching performance by Jen Sansano.