The senior center fielder helped the Bengals to a pair of victories each over Rochester and Potsdam. Sirianni was 9 of 14 with two doubles, a home run, 11 RBIs and nine runs scored. A health and wellness major, she leads the SUNYAC with a .450 batting average and 30 RBIs.
Buffalo State is 24-8 overall and 9-7 in SUNYAC play. The Bengals were ranked No. 16 in Division III in the most recent poll released on April 13. Buffalo State will travel to Fredonia tomorrow at 3 p.m. for a conference-doubleheader.