For Benati, soccer isn’t just a sport; it’s her life. From the moment she saw her father, Rob Benati, put his foot to a soccer ball, she was hooked. She attended all his games and soaked up as much information as she could to fuel her passion.read more >>
The Buffalo Bulls (0-2) came to play against a tough Army Black Knights (2-0) team. They had the lead with four minutes left in the game but couldn’t hold on and eventually fell 21-17. They started fast and were up 17-7 in the first 20 minutes of the game. But they stalled out from there and eventually allowed two unanswered touchdowns in the fourth.read more >>
The Buffalo Bulls (0-2) looked like they were going to upset the United States Military Academy for a second straight year, in a game where they were outmatched and regarded as 15 point underdogs. After taking a 17-7 lead into the fourth quarter, the Bulls eventually fell 21-17 to the Army Black Knights (2-0). Army senior quarterback Ahmad Bradshaw was the star of the game for the triple option offense and finished with 25 carries for 147 yards and a touchdown.read more >>
The last time the Buffalo Bulls (0-1) played a team coached by PJ Fleck, they got shut out 38-0 on national television.
Fleck has now left the Mid-American Conference and is in charge of a power five school in the Minnesota Golden Gophers (1-0) and things were very different Thursday night. With five minutes left in the game, the Bulls were within seven and looked like they were going to derail the PJ Fleck hype train.read more >>
Last season, UB women’s volleyball (2-1) failed to impress throughout the season, never having a single winning streak. This year the team shows promise after starting the season on back-to-back wins.read more >>
Volleyball - Saturday, Sept. 23 - The Bulls vs The Ohio Bobcats
The first conference game of the season The Bulls will take on last season’s third ranked MAC team, the Bobcats. The game will serve as a test to see if the Bulls have moved on from last year’s poor outcome. The start time is 6:00 p.m.read more >>
The University at Buffalo football program just got better: the long dreamt of field house is officially being built.
The UB football program has been vying for a field house since the university joined Division-1 athletics in 1998 and through fundraising and philanthropy, the $18 million-dollar project will be underway after approval from the state Division of the Budget. The timeline for the project starts in late July when construction bids are issued and the university hopes to begin building sometime during the fall semester.read more >>
UB women’s tennis team started their season off poorly, losing three straight games. But they haven’t lost since April 7. The Bulls are heading to Columbus, Ohio to square off against the third seed Ohio State Buckeyes in the NCAA tournament.read more >>
Richard Lydecker, a UB swimming and diving alum and attorney, is representing Towers and five other swimmers pro bono.read more >>
New Buffalo Bulls running back Jordan Johnson has lived and breathed Buffalo football his entire life. Johnson recently signed a deal with the Bills just hours after this year’s draft. Johnson is a Buffalo native and has played football in Western New York at every level.read more >>
Junior pitcher Charlie Sobieraski was left scrambling to figure out where he would play next season after the announcement that the baseball program would be cut at the end of the year.
Without a team, Sobieraski was forced into the recruitment process for a second time hours after he found out he no longer had a place at UB.
“It got out pretty quick through social media,” Sobieraski said.read more >>
The first time Dave Hahn stood at the summit of Mount Everest, he did not experience a feeling of elation.
Hahn only spent 10 minutes at the top before his focus shifted to the next task – finding a way back down.
“It wasn’t this moment for celebrating,” Hahn said.read more >>
The Cincinnati Bengals selected former UB tight end Mason Schreck. Former UB running back Jordan Johnson signed an undrafted free agent contract with the hometown Buffalo Bills. UB offensive lineman Roubbens Joseph got a rookie minicamp invite from the Baltimore Ravens.read more >>
Evan Tirsun wanted to use the summer between his junior and senior year to gain hands-on business experience. When a few financial internships fell through at the last minute, he worried he had lost that opportunity – until his girlfriend took him to a thrift shop for the first time.read more >>
Paul Nosworthy may be the only student on campus whose backpack costs more than the textbooks it carries.
His MCM backpack is made entirely of leather, has a light blue exterior and handcrafted zipper work.read more >>
UB’s men’s tennis team (12-5, 7-0 Mid-American Conference) capped off a perfect MAC season with a 4-3 win over the Northern Illinois Huskies (13-11, 25 MAC) Sunday afternoon.read more >>
If “Baby” Joe Mesi’s career has shown anything, it was that a kid from Buffalo could become a legend. He had an unblemished record of 36-0 and the city of Buffalo behind him when his career stopped short. Mesi refused to be defeated and adopted a fighter mentality.read more >>
Junior setter Madison Clark has decided to transfer out of the UB women’s volleyball program. She has signed a grant in aid agreement with East Carolina University. Clark will compete for the starting setter position right away, according to East Carolina head coach Julie Torbett.read more >>