Canisius vs. Binghamton
When: Mon., March 17
Time: 1 p.m.
Where: Demske Sports Complex
Live Video: Available through GoGriffs.com
Scouting the Griffs
• Canisius enters Monday’s contest sitting at 2-3 on the season, with all-three losses coming against teams ranked in the top-five of the IWLCA poll.
• Last time out, the Blue and Gold fell to No. 5 Boston College 10-7. Six different players found the back of the net for the Griffs on Saturday.
• Junior goaltender Kayla Scully stopped 10 Eagles’ shots in the game, making it the third time in her four starts this season that she’s recorded 10 or more saves.
• The game is the third-consecutive home contest for Canisius.
Winning the Draw
• With sophomore midfielder Ashley Bull moving into the draw circle for the Griffs’ on Saturday, the team won the draw control battle 10-9.
• It was the first time that the Griffs’ have won the restart category since April 6, 2013. Canisius had played 11-games in that time.
Noting the Bearcats
• Binghamton enters Monday’s contest with a record of 4-2.
• The Bearcats are led offensively by Brianne Arthur, who has 19 goals on the season.
• Erin McNulty has started all-six games in net for Binghamton, posting 33 saves and allowing just 8.66 goals per game.
• Former Canisius assistant coach and standout goaltender Allison Daley joined the Binghamton coaching staff this season.
• The Griffs and Bearcats have met 10 times previously in program history, with Canisius holding an 8-2 record all-time.
• The teams last met on March 2, 2013 in Vestal, N.Y., with Canisius taking the contest 13-7.
• Senior midfielder Maria Kotas scored four goals and added a pair of assists in that contest.