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  • r Quick Hits

    Tennis teams clinch MAC Tournament bids; Hughes named MAC East Pitcher of the Week

    This week in Quick Hits: Baseball, Softball, Men's and Women's Tennis. 

  • r Softball falls on Senior Day

    Although the Bulls (21-20, 5-5 Mid-American Conference) lost three out of four games this past weekend, their biggest loss was saying goodbye to their five senior players. 

  • x Bulls finish regular season with a thud

    Men’s tennis drops final two regular season matches, will be No.4 seed in MAC Tournament

    The Buffalo men’s tennis team thought it was going to have a breath of fresh air after this past weekend. Not only was it looking forward to its first outdoor Mid-American Conference matchup of the season, but also hoping to gain confidence going into the playoffs.

  • x Bulls lose series to Kent State despite Hughes’ shutout

    The Bulls (17-14, 8-6 MAC) defeated the Golden Flashes (25-12, 11-4 MAC) 6-0 in the first game of the series at Schoonover Stadium in Kent, Ohio behind Kevin Hughes’ complete game shutout. Buffalo couldn’t carry its momentum and dropped the last two games of the series.

  • x Top 10 of the D1 Era – No. 8: Stacey Evans

    Softball player brought program to new heights from the circle

    When Stacey Evans (2002-05) began her career on the softball team in 2002, the Bulls didn’t have much to celebrate. Over the next four seasons, Evans helped lead Buffalo to the best two-year stretch in program history – all while becoming the most dominant pitcher in school history.

  • Ending with vengeance

    Bulls end regular season with with a 6-1 decision over Akron

    The Bulls defeated Akron (10-16, 0-9 MAC) 6-1 Saturday. Buffalo’s win was monumental for the program and for one of its captains. Senior Anamaria Candanoza secured an 8-0 MAC singles record with her 6-2, 6-2 victory.

  • r Spring football: Does the season ever end?

    On my way to Buffalo’s spring football scrimmage last Saturday, I passed through a game that actually meant something.

  • x Johnson shines, backup quarterbacks struggle in Blue-White game

    Johnson ran for 114 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries in the annual Blue-White spring game Saturday at UB Stadium. The Blue team defeated the White team 20-8.

  • x Youth Movement

    Young players shine in annual Blue-White scrimmage

    Jacob Martinez, Jordan Johnson and Marcus McGill.

    The spring game offers many challenges for reporters when it comes to game coverage but the most prevalent is the frantic search through the roster every time there’s an unfamiliar player makes a play. Saturday’s spring game was an extreme exercise in roster scanning.

  • x Gridiron Report Card

    The Spectrum grades the Bulls’ performance at annual Blue-White spring scrimmage

    The Bulls played their annual Blue and White game on Saturday. The Spectrum graded each position's performance.