• On Wednesday night, the Griffs continued their strong finish to the non-conference season by winning at Buffalo, 2-1.
• Junior Jared Ott netted his second score of the season, while classmate Andrew Incho tallied his first career game-winning goal in the victory.
• The win not only marked the team's second-straight win during the 2011 campaign, but also the Griffs' second-consecutive victory on the road.
• It marked the first time that Canisius has won consecutive road games since defeating St. Francis (Pa.) and Duquesne during the 1998 campaign.
• On Sunday, the Griffs are attempting to win three-straight on the road for the first time in school history.
• In the Griffs' victory over Buffalo on Wednesday, junior Andrew Incho not only netted his first career game-winning goal but also had his score recognized on ESPN's SportsCenter.
• Incho's tally earned the No. 2 Play of the Day on the station's flagship show.
• The junior executed a perfect volley from 25 yards out and over the Buffalo goaltender to give Canisius the 2-1 win.
CANISIUS - ST. FRANCIS SERIES HISTORY
• In 11 all-time meetings between the two schools, St. Francis owns an 8-3-0 advantage over the Griffs.
• The teams have not met since the 2005 season when the Flash earned a 2-0 victory over the Griffs at the Demske Sports Complex.
• Canisius last defeated St. Francis during the 2001 campaign, winning 2-1 in the season opener.
ABOUT THE FLASH
• St. Francis enters the contest with a 3-3-1 record during the 2011 campaign. The Flash ended a two-game losing streak last Sunday by defeating St. Bonaventure, 4-0.
• Kingsley McLeod and Wayne Tiller lead the team with six points on two goals and two assists.
• Tamas Maffey-Stumpe has also netted a team-best two goals, while Pablo Medina leads the Flash with three assists.
• Darius Motazed has played a majority of the time for St. Francis in goal. He owns a goals against average of 0.70 and a save percentage of .840.