Dressing up for Halloween – UB sports style
Published: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Updated: Tuesday, October 29, 2013 22:10
In the spirit of Halloween, some of UB's best athletes provided pictures of some of their best costumes.
Sophomore guard/forward Rachael Gregory, pictured at age 5 dressed as Olympic sprinter Marion Jones, led the women’s basketball team with 11.6 points per game before suffering a season-ending ACL injury last year. Gregory will return to the court this season.
Senior women’s soccer defenders Courtney Gross (left) and Natalie Jurisevic (right) sported handmade Gatorade bottle costumes for HIn the spirit of Halloween, some of UB's best athletes provided pictures of some of their best costumes.
Senior outside hitter Dana Musil, dressed as a princess at 3 years old, ranks second on her team with 87 blocks and is fourth in kills (120).
Senior middle blocker Carissa McKenna, dressed as a Bengal at 22 months old, has played in 22 of Buffalo’s 23 matches this season and recorded 77 kills and 116 digs.
Senior setter Dani Reinert, dressed as Tinker Bell at 6 years old, leads the Bulls with 500 assists and averages 6.1 assists per set.
Senior outside hitter Christine Fritsche, dressed as a princess at 5, ranks second on the team with 194 kills.
Senior libero Kelly Svoboda, dressed as Batwoman at 7, is sixth in the Mid-American Conference with 368 digs.
Buffalo's six seniors pose in their costumes after Tuesday's volleyball practice. Top row left to right, Kelly Svoboda, Dana Musil, Christine Fritsche and Carissa McKenna. Bottom row left to right, Kaja Schirmer and Dani Reinert.