An offensive eruption from Niagara, highlighted by Vincent Mauro's six RBIs, led to a 17-9 victory over Canisius in collegiate baseball at Dempse Sport Complex in Buffalo, N.Y. The win boosts Niagara's record to 33-15 and 18-4 in conference play, while Canisius drops to 18-26 and 11-11 in the conference. Key highlights include Mauro's two home runs and a five-RBI game from Canisius' Josh Niles.

By the Numbers
  • Niagara: 17 runs, 13 hits, 8 walks, 16 RBIs
  • Canisius: Outscored opponents 34-18 in ninth innings this season
  • Niagara: 10 runs in the first four innings
State of Play
  • Niagara's record: 33-15, 18-4 in conference play
  • Canisius' record: 18-26, 11-11 in conference play
  • Josh Niles achieved a five-RBI game, tying his career high
  • Jackson Strong reached 40 stolen bases
What's Next

Canisius and Niagara will face off again tomorrow at 12:00 p.m. The upcoming game doubles as Canisius' senior day, with the team set to honor nine seniors for their contributions.

Bottom Line

Niagara's robust offense overpowered Canisius, showcasing key performances that underline their strong season. The series continues with Canisius aiming to bounce back and honor their seniors.