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Manhertz Perfect Piece to the Puzzle at Canisius

An athletic freak on the basketball court, Canisius junior forward Chris Manhertz has earned the name “True Grit” from peers everywhere, including those at the Canisius media table. Some people say he’s playing the wrong sport.  Manhertz, at 6’6″ and 235 pounds would make one intimidating linebacker, but as this basketball season progressed, Griffs fans [...]

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Ryan Shows Canisius How to Close

Buffalo, NY - Jim Baron compared Colt Ryan to Stephen Curry on Tuesday night. Now, you may be asking yourself who exactly Colt Ryan is, and why the Canisius head coach would be comparing any player he faced to Curry.  The answer is simple – Because it’s a justified comparison. Ryan scored 30 of his [...]

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It’s Official: Canisius And Niagara To Play In NCAA Tournament

A moment that many thought would never happen became official Sunday night when the Niagara Purple Eagles and Canisius Golden Griffins learned their fate for the 2013 NCAA Division I Hockey Championship. The two schools will be dancing after Canisius won the Atlantic Hockey Championship with a 7-2 victory over Mercyhurst on Saturday night, and [...]

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Canisius Hosting Elon in CIT Wednesday

For the first time in seventeen years, the Canisius Golden Griffins will be playing in the postseason and their opponent will be the Elon Phoenix of the Southern Conference. The Griffs accepted a bid into the CollegeInsider.com Tournament earlier this week and Elon was announced as their opponent Sunday afternoon. Elon finished first in the [...]

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