Sharkey is one of the most prolific players in program history. She ranks fifth in program history in both career games (120) and free throws (305), 10th in rebounds (759) and 11th in blocks (98). Sharkey returns as an assistant coach to teach the young wave of new Bulls what it’s like to play in Buffalo.read more >>
The men’s basketball team, the reigning Mid-American Conference Champions, isn’t even nationally ranked in the top-100. That’s according to CBS Sports. And even Buffalo’s own conference’s media has picked it to finish no better than fourth – in the MAC East. But it’s nothing of concern for first-year head coach Nate Oats.read more >>
This is a young women’s basketball team, but let’s backtrack for a second.
Buffalo is coming off its best season in program history, winning 19 games and making its first-ever Women’s National Invitational Tournament appearance.read more >>
Two true freshmen and a junior college transfer combined to score 55 points in the men’s basketball team’s first and only preseason game against Daemen College last week.
And they are less than half of Buffalo’s new players this season.
The Bulls’ roster is filled with new players after an offseason of turnover with the transfer of star point guard Shannon Evans, the expulsion of MAC Player of the Year Justin Moss and the graduation of impact seniors like Will Regan and Xavier Ford.read more >>
Despite a Bulls’ (5-5, 3-3 Mid-American Conference) comeback, Northern Illinois showed why it is the superior team and claimed a 41-30 victory at UB Stadium Wednesday night. The loss puts an end to Buffalo’s three-game winning streak, as the Bulls will have to wait another week to try for its sixth victory to make them bowl eligible for just the third time since rejoining Division I in 1999.read more >>
The Bulls (5-4, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) seek their all-important sixth win of the season when they take on MAC West powerhouse Northern Illinois (6-3, 4-1 MAC) at UB Stadium Wednesday night.read more >>
A breakdown in the week of UB Athletics.read more >>
On a night where the Bulls hung their Mid-American Conference Championship banner in Alumni Arena, new faces who weren’t even on last year’s championship team lead the way for an 87-68 exhibition win over Daemen Friday night. New players Massinburg, Conner and Perkins accounted for 55 of the team’s 87 points on a night where Buffalo turned the ball over 24 times.read more >>
The Broncos (12-3-5, 8-1-2 MAC) ended the Bulls’ (11-7-3, 7-3-1 Mid-American Conference) season with a 1-0 victory in the MAC Semifinals Friday, one season after Buffalo defeated Western Michigan 1-0 in the conference championship game.read more >>
The football team (5-4, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) picked up its third straight conference victory with an 18-17 come-from-behind win over Kent State (3-6, 2-3 MAC). With the victory, the Bulls are just one win away from being bowl eligible for the third time since returning to Division I.
Here is your report card of the Buffalo performances.read more >>
The Bulls (5-4, 3-2 Mid-American Conference) defeated the Golden Flashes (3-6, 2-3 MAC) 18-17 Thursday night in Kent, Ohio to move one step closer to bowl eligibility. The Bulls are currently on a three-game win streak and are one victory away from being Bowl eligible.read more >>
Senior forward Raheem Johnson and sophomore guard Mory Diane have been suspended for the men’s basketball team’s season opener on Nov. 13 against Pitt-Bradford for “conduct detrimental to the team over the summer,” according to head coach Nate Oats via an official UB press release.read more >>
The Bulls (4-4, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) have had recent success in past weeks with the running game, but this will be their biggest test to date in conference play as they face Kent State (3-5, 2-2 MAC) and its second-ranked rush defense on Thursday night.read more >>
Oats announced his wife Crystal’s diagnosis on his Facebook page Monday. He said Crystal will undergo a strong chemotherapy treatment over the next 5-6 months and he will continue to coach the Bulls this season while devoting all his other time to his wife and three young daughters.read more >>
For some, it’s hitting the sauna with several layers of clothing on or wearing a plastic suit and running.read more >>
At UB and programs around the country, most players spend a solid portion of their day in the weight room or on the practice field for hours on end. With a tiresome workload, food is essential to success. Some football players usually eat nearly twice the amount of the average male on a given day, but it’s justified to appease for success.read more >>