Menís Soccer Set for St. Francis on Sunday
Courtesy: Canisius College Athletics  
Release: 09/24/2011
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Junior Jared Ott
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The team's last contest before beginning conference action next weekend, the Canisius College men's soccer team travels to face St. Francis (Pa.) on Sunday afternoon. The Griffs enter the contest with momentum on their side, having won their last two games against local rivals.

• 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.

• 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.

• 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.

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