For a team that has begun a winning tradition the past two seasons, the Buffalo women’s soccer team has some minor rebuilding that needs to be done before next season.
The Bulls are losing six players, with starting defenders Jackie Hall and Kristin Markiewicz and leading scorer Kassidy Kidd graduating and Brianna Shingary, a rising star in the program, transferring to Pittsburgh.read more >>
After three years of mediocrity to begin his college career, he’s burst onto the fringe of the national scene, raising questions about just how high the ceiling might be for a kid who talks about making a .7 second jump in the 100-meter dash without a hint of doubt in his voice.read more >>
The Buffalo football team is a squad forced to remake a portion of its starting lineup after a mass exit of starting seniors. There are positions that are already decided no matter the results of the annual spring scrimmage. Jordan Johnson is locked in as the starting running back. Most of the offensive and defensive line is made up.read more >>
Sheppard is hoping to be the spark plug for a turnaround for the team. Despite a slow start to MAC play that has left Buffalo in last place in the MAC East Division, the team is now headed toward the most important part of their schedule.read more >>
Weimer has played in 41 games this season and has nine home runs, 40 RBI and a batting average of .333. There are eight games remaining in the season and she is three RBIs away from breaking the school's record for most RBIs in a season.read more >>
UB football's head coach Lance Leipold reached an agreement with the university on Wednesday for a one-year contract extension. With the extension, Leipold is under contract with Buffalo until 2020.read more >>
At the 2015 outdoor NCAA Championships, UB senior shot putter Jonathan Jones set his eyes on achieving a historic first for his university. He is the first national champion in UB’s Division I program.
With his heave of 20.78 meters that day, he did just that. Jones now has a new goal: to be the first Olympian from UB.read more >>
For the past few years, the quarterback position hasn’t been a question mark for the Buffalo football team.read more >>
Softball (14-27, 8-6 Mid-American Conference)
The Bulls dominated their weekend series with Bowling Green (16-27, 4-10 MAC) at Nan Harvey Field.read more >>
Last Tuesday, UB gave an update on a university-wide branding effort for the first time in school history, effectively ending UB Athletics’ New York Bulls Initiative, or NYBI, that was in action for nearly three years. The main goal of the NYBI was to market Buffalo as New York’s college team by boldly representing the name New York rather than Buffalo.
With the new rebranding, the term “Buffalo” is once again the prominent focus.read more >>
When UB all-time receiving touchdown leader Alex Neutz graduated two years ago, no one was quite sure who was going to replace him as the Buffalo football team’s No. 1 wide receiver.
It wasn’t until a previously unknown player named Ron Willoughby exploded for 10 catches, more than 130 yards and two touchdowns in Buffalo’s 2014 season-opener that the team had any idea who its next go-to guy would be.
With Willoughby now having graduated, the Bulls seem to be going for a similar approach this offseason: give every receiver an equal opportunity through the grind of the spring and summer and see who emerges once the season kicks off in September.read more >>
The Bulls bring in three players for next season – one transfer and two high school seniors. University of Massachusetts guard Cierra Dillard joins high school seniors Theresa Onwuka and Summer Hemphill for the recruiting class.
Head coach Felisha Legette-Jack said the new recruits bring another dimension to the roster that was lacking at times last season: athleticism.read more >>
For senior tennis player Sergio Arevalillo, April 10 was just like any other game day this season. He showed up at the Miller Tennis Center for his singles match and played his heart out, like he always hopes to, and came away with a victory for his team.
He was upset about the Buffalo men’s tennis team’s 5-2 loss to Western Michigan that day. It wasn’t until after the match that Arevalillo found out thathis singles match victory was the 100th victory of his UB career.
“It feels like I just hit 50 wins not that long ago,” Arevalillo said.read more >>
Quick hits: teams now all in thick of MAC play, women’s basketball brings in transferread more >>
UB Athletics' "New York" wordmark was a controversial subject for fans and alumni, as it put large emphasis on the word "New York" with the word "Buffalo barely visible underneath. Those same fans and alumni took to Twitter on Tuesday to make their feelings on the subject known.read more >>
UB announced that a new “Buffalo Bulls” wordmark will replace UB Athletics’ current “State University of New York Buffalo” wordmark.read more >>
Before James O’Hagan became the anchor of the Buffalo football offensive line, he was a wrestler by trade. And he was one of the best.
He held the title of the best heavyweight in the state of New York and was one of the top wrestlers in the country at 285 pounds.
But holding that title also had its limitations. For O’Hagan, it was food.
Hovering around 285 pounds may sound easy, but weight management is a much taller task than many imagine. Now that his wrestling days are behind him, the rising sophomore center’s only focus is maintaining the perfect body for football. And he can finally do something he longed to do in high school.read more >>
Located at 1300 Sweet Home Road, in the same complex as the Buffalo Exchange Luxury Apartments and directly across from UB’s North Campus, the Blue Bull Tavern is a sports bar meant for Buffalonians and out-of-towners who want a true Buffalo experience.read more >>
It will be Marshall’s fifth coaching gig but his first as a head coach.read more >>