The women’s basketball team’s head coach Felisha Legette-Jack called a timeout with less than 15 seconds remaining in Saturday’s game, but had no intention of talking to the team or drawing up a play.
With the Bulls up by seven points, the timeout was used to make a personnel switch.read more >>
Lamonte Bearden's focused path led him from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to Buffalo to play basketball.read more >>
When colleges are given the choice to either make a switch to Division II or stay in Division I, most would choose the latter. Not the UB women’s ice hockey team. The team – who made the switch to Division II at the beginning of the year– saw this season as a “rebuilding year.”read more >>
But Loesing, a junior guard on pace to be the women’s basketball team’s all-time leading scorer, broke through for a career-high 32 points Wednesday night.
It was still not enough for Buffalo to defeat the No. 1 team in the Mid-American Conference: Ohio.read more >>
In her first season with Buffalo, Cordoba has been active in recruiting talent from her native Australia to join the Bulls. The Bulls feature four Australian freshmen this season, including Stephanie Reid, Courtney Wilkins and twin sisters Liisa and Katherine Ups. And while the Bulls are aiming to improve their team with international talent, the players are gaining an experience they were uncertain they’d have.read more >>
The Bulls (18-9, 9-6 MAC) used their late run to defeat Akron (17-11, 8-7 MAC) 67-62 in front of an announced crowd of 3,541 in Alumni Arena. With the victory, the Bulls are now in third place in the MAC East with three conference games remaining. If the Bulls win out the rest of the season, they will clinch the MAC East title for the second straight year.read more >>
In the women’s basketball team’s 78-68 loss to Miami Ohio on Saturday, Buffalo shot just a little over 40 percent from the field and allowed the last place RedHawks to shoot eight of 10 from beyond the arc.
But the Bulls (15-10, 8-6 Mid-American Conference) will have to overcome a loss from a team that won three of its last 15 games to face a team that has won 13 of its last 15 games.read more >>
On Friday night, an era of Buffalo wrestling came to a close.
Seniors Max Soria and Wally Maziarz – the last two reaming wrestlers from the 12-member 2011 freshman class – wrestled their last matches in a Bulls singlet.read more >>
Wrestling (5-14, 0-8 Mid-American Conference)
The wrestling team ended its season with a loss at Northern Illinois 26-10.read more >>
The men’s basketball team (17-9, 8-6 Mid-American Conference) played two crucial conference games this week, winning on the road at Eastern Michigan, 78-63, and at Bowling Green, 68-56.read more >>
Last season, the Buffalo men’s ice hockey team looked on in dismay as the selection committee omitted the Bulls from the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Tournament. This year, the team will reach the ACHA tournament for first time in over 10 years.read more >>
The Spectrum Sports Desk discusses the Knicks' buyout of Amar’e Stoudemire's lucrative 5-year, $100 million contract signed in the summer of 2010 and if there should be something done about tanking for the league.read more >>
Bulls (16-9, 7-6 MAC) held onto their second half lead against Eastern Michigan (16-10, 5-8 MAC) Wednesday night and snapped a three-game losing streak.read more >>
The women?s basketball team will look to extend its four-game winning streak while the men?s basketball team looks to snap its current three-game skid on Wednesday.read more >>