Canisius Softball

Support Canisius Softball!

A fundraising campaign for Canisius College

Help Softball score big in 2018-19!

Our 2018-19 season is right around the corner and we are looking to our alumni, family and friends to help our team take the next step toward our MAAC Championship goal!  We are launching a one-month Blue & Gold Fund “crowdfunding” effort to raise critical resources for our program. 

Our campaign goal is $10,000, which will enable us increase the pre-season training opportunities for our student-athletes and assist in our team’s fundraising effort to travel to Hawaii this season to compete in the Kama’aina Tournament at the University of Hawaii, Manoa.  This will be an amazing experience for our Golden Griffins as well as give the opportunity for two Hawaiian natives on our team the chance to play college softball with their families watching.  Your support of this campaign will help make this opportunity possible. 

Your Support will:

  • Assist in our fundraising efforts to offset expenses for the trip to Hawaii to complete in the Kama'aina Invitational Tournament;
  • Enhance the preseason training opportunities for our team both on campus and when we need to find indoor turf space. 

Our fall campaign is now live! Please help us reach our fundraising goal of $10,000 and provide our student-athletes with the resources that our vital to our success and continue to support the athletic, academic and personal victories of our teams. 

Thank you in advance for helping us support the next generation of Golden Griffin Champions!

Thank you in advance for your support!

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About the Organization

Canisius College is the premier private university in Western New York, one of 28 Jesuit, Catholic colleges in the nation, and is consistently ranked among the top regional colleges in the Northeast. Founded in 1870 by German Jesuits, Canisius College is named for St. Peter Canisius, a renowned Dutch educator and one of the original members of the Society of Jesus. What began in a single building in downtown Buffalo now consists of 56 buildings located on 72 acres in a residential neighborhood in North-Central Buffalo.