Canisius (7-5, 3-1 MAAC) vs. Manhattan (2-10, 0-4 MAAC)
When: Saturday, April 12
Time: 11 a.m.
Location: Demske Sports Complex
Live Video/Live Stats: Available through GoGriffs.com
Scouting the Griffs
• Canisius enters Saturday’s game having won its last two games and four of its last five.
• In their two most recent games, the Griffs scored 20 or more goals, marking the first time in program history that they have hit the 20 mark in back-to-back games.
• Through four games of conference play senior midfielder Maria Kotas and junior attacker Tori Quinn are combining to average 11.5 points per game, with Kotas posting a school record 14 against Quinnipiac and Quinn tallying eight at Iona.
• Sophomore midfielder Ashley Bull won a school-record 10 draw controls in Wednesday’s 20-8 win over Siena.
• The record broke that of former Griff Megan Oosting, who set the previous record with nine also against Siena on April 7, 2011.
• Bull is second on the team this season with 40 draw controls, five behind team-leader Maria Kotas.
• As a team, the Griffs are 2-2 in the draw control battle in MAAC play.
Quinn’s Quest for 100
• Junior attacker Tori Quinn’s next goal will be the 100th of her career.
• She will become the eighth player in program history to score 100 goals and just the second to do so before the start of their senior season.
• If Quinn scores against Manhattan, she will have reached the mark in just 51 games, the second-fastest in school history behind Whitney Card (35 games).
Teetering on 100 Wins
• A win over Manhattan would give head coach Scott Teeter the 100th win of his career.
• Teeter would move to 100-100 overall.
• After starting 0-22 in his career, Teeter would move to .500 for the first time with a win.
Scouting the Jaspers
• Manhattan enters Saturday’s contest in search of its first league win.
• The Jaspers are currently riding a six-game losing streak.
• Manhattan is led offensively by Megan Yarusso and Donna Jo DiNorcia, who are tied with a team-high 20 points.
• 18 of Yarusso’s points have come on goals, while DiNorcia has a team-high seven assists.
• Christin Fiorinelli has started all 12 games in net for the Jaspers, with 107 saves and a .450 save percentage.
• As a team, the Jaspers are scoring 8.75 goals per game while allowing 11 goals per game.
• This is the 17th meeting between the two schools.
• Manhattan leads the all-time record 9-7, but the Griffs have won six-straight.
• The Griffs’ won the last meeting (April 6, 2013) by a score of 16-4.
• Tori Quinn had seven points (two goals, five assists) in that contest to lead the way for Canisius.
• Junior goaltender Kayla Scully got the win in that game, allowing three goals on six shots. Sophomore Claudia Coleates played the final 13 minutes, allowing just one goal while facing six shots.