Kolby Banker, Steve Carcaterro and Emmitt O’Connor scored for St. Bonaventure (2-0) in a 3-1 men’s soccer victory over Niagara (0-2) Sunday at Niagara Field in Lewiston. Nicholas Watson had the lone Niagara goal in the 85th minute with a through ball from Julian Ekeze.

After Watson’s goal made it 3-1, The Bonnies defense in front of goalkeeper Jeremy Figler kept Niagara off the board, earning Figler his second win on this young season.

“Figler has been a great addition to the team,” said Bona Coach Mel Mahler. Figler recorded seven saves on 16 shots he faced.

“Today as we did Friday against UB we worked hard to score early with the goal to set the tempo of the match. We’re creating chances and finishing them” Mahler added.

The Bonnies have scored three goals in two consecutive games for the first time since 2006.

Elsewhere in men’s college soccer:

The University at Buffalo (0-1-1) opened its home season with a 1-1 double-overtime draw against the visiting Vermont Catamounts (1-0-1) in the rain at UB Stadium. Nicolai Berry scored for the Bulls in the 15th minute. Daniel Kuczynski had the Vermont goal inthe 76th minute.

Canisius (1-1-0) suffered its first loss, falling to host St. Francis (Pa.), 4-1. Sophomore Chris Berardi (Clarence) got his first collegiate coal for the Griffs in the 56th minute on a cross from Derek Maier (Clarence).

In women’s college soccer, the UB (2-1-0) blanked Youngstown State, 1-0, in Amherest on a goal by Megan Abman in the 71st minutes while the Niagara women (0-4-0) finished the USF Tournament in Tampa, Fla. with a 3-0 loss to the host South Florida Bulls.