Thursday, the Bulls will play in the quarterfinals of the 2017 Mid American Conference Championship against Kent State.read more >>
The No. 7 seed Buffalo Bulls (22-9, 11-8 Mid-American Conference) upset the No. 2 seed Ball State Cardinals (21-10, 14-5 MAC) 69-65 in the MAC tournament quarterfinals Wednesday at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, OH. The Bulls led for most of the game but never pulled away. The game featured eight different ties, but the Bulls never relinquished the lead after going ahead early in the second quarter.read more >>
Former UB football standout and current NFL linebacker Khalil Mack’s younger brother LeDarius Mack has committed to UB football, UB Athletics confirmed with The Spectrum on Wednesday.
LeDarius is currently a sophomore at ASA College in Miami and plays linebacker. Last season, he totaled 24 tackles, 1.5 sacks and an interception for ASA.read more >>
Two men’s basketball players picked up individual postseason awards in the Mid-American Conference.
Sophomore Dontay Caruthers was named the conference’s Defensive Player of the Year and sophomore forward Nick Perkins was named sixth man of the year.read more >>
The Mid-American Conference announced its postseason honors on Monday afternoon, and three Bulls picked up awards.
Senior guard Blake Hamilton headlined the list picking up an All-MAC second-team selection.read more >>
Senior guard JoAnna Smith was held to just two points on three field goal attempts in the first half against Bowling Green.read more >>
Baseball (4-5, MAC 0-0)
The Bulls played in another three game road series over the weekend against the James Madison Bulldogs (7-2). On Friday the Bulls won 13-8, with junior shortstop Ben Haefner, sophomore first baseman Andrew Taft, and senior second baseman Brian Dudek all having home runs.
The Bulls continued on Saturday losing 14-6 to the Bulldogs, letting up eight runs in the sixth inning.read more >>
Before the baseball team plays its first home game on Apr. 7, they will have traveled 5,859 total miles to play non-conference opponents.
Due to the unforgiving winters of Buffalo, the Bulls are forced to spend much of the spring semester juggling classes and constant travel.read more >>
UB head wrestling coach Josh Stutzman says that when it comes to wrestling, the Mid-American Conference is a powerhouse.
There are 34 wrestlers participating in the MAC currently ranked within the top 25 of their weight class in the nation.
Three programs are ranked in the top 25 team rankings.read more >>
Men’s Basketball (15-4, MAC 9-7)
The Men’s Basketball team lost the annual blackout game on Friday 89-83 to the Akron Zips (23-6, MAC 13-3). The game drew a large crowd because of the hype around the team and the free t-shirts.read more >>
Six years ago, wrestler Desmond “Desi” Green was ready to put a punctuation mark on one of the greatest athletic careers UB had ever seen.read more >>
Bowling Green (8-20, 4-12 Mid American Conference) defeated the Bulls (19-8, 9-7 MAC) 64-62 Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena. The Falcons were led by sophomore guard Sydney Lambert, who had a team high 18 points, shooting 5-10 from three. Sophomore guard Carly Santoro contributed 17 points in the upset victory.read more >>
The Zips came away with the 89-83 win in front of a rowdy crowd of 6,598 Friday night at Alumni Arena. The Zips had five players finish in double digits. Senior Isaiah Johnson led the way with 19 points on 8 of 11 shooting and six rebounds. Senior wing Blake Hamilton led the way for the Bulls. He finished with 23 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Buffalo had eight assists but turned the ball over 15 times in the game.read more >>
UB’s Kendo club, often referred to as Japanese fencing, is one of the most unique clubs at UB. At first glance, it appears disorganized and chaotic, but the club is rooted deeply in tradition and discipline.read more >>
The Buffalo Bulls’ (15-13, 9-6 Mid-American Conference) win streak came to an end Tuesday when they lost 77-69 to the Kent State Golden Flashes (16-12, 8-7 MAC) at Alumni Arena. The Bulls collapsed in the second half and were outscored 45-36. Kent State was led by senior forward Jimmy Hall with 26 points and 10 rebounds. Senior guard Deon Edwin had five steals and 10 points.read more >>
Over the weekend, the Bulls (0-5) traveled to Hammond Louisiana and competed in the Southeastern Louisiana Tournament to start the season. On Friday, the Bulls played a doubleheader, losing 9-1 to the Southeastern Louisiana Lions (6-2) and then losing 4-0 to the Morehead State Eagles (4-4). On Saturday, the Bulls played another doubleheader, this time losing 12-3 to the UT Arlington Mavericks (5-4), and then losing 12-3 to the Alcorn State Braves (3-2).read more >>
Students need to get the discussion started on adding a hockey team to UB Athletics.read more >>