Canisius (3-12, 1-3 MAAC) vs. Manhattan (3-12, 2-2 MAAC)
Saturday, Sept. 29, 2007 -- 2 p.m.
Canisius vs. Saint Peter's (3-14, 1-4 MAAC)
Sunday, Sept. 30, 2007 -- 2 p.m.
News and Notes
Canisius returns home after dropping both of its matches last weekend, falling at Fairfield and at Iona.
This weekend begins a stretch where the Griffs play five of the next eight at the Koessler Athletic Center.
Jess Stackhouse set a career-high with 41 digs against Iona. The 41 digs set a school record for digs in a four-game match.
Renee Lettow (Lindenhurst, N.Y.) led Canisius with 22 kills last weekend while fellow freshman Michella Domo (Vancouver, B.C.) was second with 19 kills.
The Lady Jaspers have won their last two conference matches as they defeated Rider in four and Saint Peter's in five last weekend.
Manhattan dropped a non-conference home match in four games to Columbia on Wednesday.
In MAAC matches, Manhattan is sixth in hitting percentage (.151) and seventh in blocks (1.94).
Canisius has won four of the last five matches between the teams, including all three from the 2006-07 campaign.
Junior Sherryta Stokes is fifth in the MAAC by averaging 4.12 kills per game in conference action.
Saint Peter's Scout
Prior to last Sunday's five-game loss to Manhattan, Saint Peter's had defeated Marist in five games to start the weekend.
The Peahens are seventh in the league in hitting percentage and are ninth in opponent hitting percentage (.212).
Kate McFadden is averaging a team-best 2.48 kills per game on the season.
Saint Peter's owns a 11-10 advantage in the all-time series between the teams, but Canisius has won the last four between the schools.