The men’s lacrosse team suffered a season-ending 12-6 loss against 18th ranked Robert Morris on Wednesday, May 9, in the first round of the NCAA Division I Tournament.
The Golden Griffins’ postseason included two upset wins in overtime last week to earn the team its first Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC) championship since 2012. The Griffs end the season with an 8-9 record.
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CONGRATULATIONS GRIFFS ON A GREAT SEASON!
The opening round of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Lacrosse Championship gets underway today, Wednesday, May 9, as the Golden Griffins go up against Robert Morris at 4:00 p.m. in the Demske Sports Complex.
Tickets to the game remain available and can be purchased at the Ticket Office between 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. today. They will also be available at the gate. The cost is $10 for adults; $5 for children (18 and under).
The men’s lacrosse team earned the program’s third trip to the NCAA Championship by winning the MAAC Championship on Saturday, May 5, in dramatic fashion, with a 10-9 overtime victory against Detroit Mercy. Robert Morris, the Northeast Conference champs, is making its first appearance in the NCAA Tournament.
The College Communications team won two Hermes 2018 Creative Awards.
The summer 2017 issue of Canisius Magazine (“Griffs Under 40”) earned a Platinum award – one of only 900 Platinum winners out of 6,000 entries from the U.S. and around the world achieved this highest honor.
The 2018 Impact Report won a Gold award – one of only 1,200 out of 6,000 entries to earn Gold.
Entries are judged on concept, story development, writing and design. Kudos to the Canisius Magazine team – Eileen Herbert, executive editor; Audrey Browka, managing editor; Kristin Etu, writer; Patty Herkey, creative director and Cody Weiler, art director.
Hermes awards are administered by the Association of Marketing and Communication Professionals (AMCP), an international organization consisting of several thousand marketing, communication, advertising, public relations, digital media production and free-lance professionals.
Guests to the Regents Scholarship Ball are still talking about the great time they had at the annual gala, held at the Hyatt Regency on Saturday, May 5. Nearly 500 friends of the college attended the event to help raise support for Canisius students.
The Canisius Board of Regents also conferred its Distinguished Citizen Award upon Candace S. Johnson, PhD, president/CEO of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Click here to view a ‘highlight reel’ from the ball.
Click here to view a video produced about Dr. Candace Johnson.
WNY Catholic Magazine ran a photo of Robert George, who spoke at Canisius on April 12 as part of the Frank G. Raichle Lecture Series on Law in American Society. George is the McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and director of the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions at Princeton University.
Click here to see the photo.
Submitted by: College Communications
The Canisius College Board of Regents hosted its 52nd Regents Scholarship Ball on Saturday, May 5 at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo. Nearly 500 guests attended the annual gala to support the Board of Regents Scholarship Fund.
The Regents Ball began as a friend-raiser in 1996, hosted by the Board of Regents. Today, the gala raises scholarship support for promising students who might not otherwise be able to take advantage of a Canisius education.
The Board of Regents also confers its Distinguished Citizen Award at the onset of the evening. The 2018 award recipient is Candace S. Johnson, PhD, president and CEO of Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. The board recognized Dr. Johnson for her outstanding contributions to the health and well-being of the Western New York community.
Click here to view a photo gallery from the Regents Ball. And, watch Wednesday’s edition of “The Dome” for a video highlight of the evening.
The Buffalo News also captured all the ‘glitz and glam’ from the annual Regents Scholarship Ball. Click here to view the photo gallery.
Submitted by: College Communications