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College Sports

March 29, 2010

Lekki gets weekly Buff St. honor

— — Niagara-Wheatfield product Kyrstin Lekki was named the Buffalo State College athlete of the week after helping the Bengals’ softball team to a 6-4 start on the season.

The sophomore was 12 of 30 from the plate during a road swing through Clermont, Fla., and had six extra-base hits, including a home run. Lekki also had seven RBIs and six runs scored while playing every game at shortstop.


Niagara 4, Oakland 3

The Niagara women’s tennis team nipped Oakland in dramatic fashion on Monday for its third-straight victory.

The Purple Eagles (5-12) got wins from doubles tandems of Hilary Hansen and Alyssa Lucas, and Julia Gray in the win.


Stetson 7, Niagara 0

The Purple Eagles got a valiant effort from freshman Jeremy Quiroz at first singles, but couldn’t manage a point against a Stetson team that’s ranked 70th in the nation.

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