Women’s soccer (3-1-3) traveled to UConn (3-2-2) on Saturday, leaving the Constitution state with a 1-1 draw. The game was the team’s last before Mid-American Conference (MAC) play begins this week.
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Women’s soccer (3-1-2) struggled in their first home game in three weeks, unable to break Cornell’s (2-0-2) unbeaten streak.
Women’s soccer was crowned Mid-American Conference (MAC) champions last fall for the second time in program history — and they already appear poised to repeat that success this season.
Dancer’s Workshop, an entirely student-produced dance showcase, debuts May 12 at UB’s Katherine Cornell Theater.
Four years ago, Alexis Lucyshyn drove her car 36 hours from her home of Calgary, Alberta to Buffalo.
I can’t count the number of times I’ve seen a woman posting a picture of herself kissing a friend on the lips during a night out — and many of them have boyfriends.
The Institution of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) was derecognized from SA in August, due to an SA error, according to club president Owen Farrell.
Protesters filled the sidewalk across from the Center for Tomorrow as event attendees lined up to see former All-American swimmer turned political commentator Riley Gaines speak on UB’s North Campus Thursday night. Six University Police officers assembled barricades across the street to block off the road, while protesters waved signs.
‘It’s clearly meant to make trans students feel unsafe’: UB students react to Riley Gaines’ upcoming speech
Riley Gaines, a former Division-I swimmer at the University of Kentucky, will deliver a speech titled “Protecting Women’s Sports” at UB’s Center for Tomorrow this Thursday.
Softball (10-25, 4-7 MAC) hosted its first home series at Nan Harvey Field this season, losing all three games against Akron (22-15, 10-7 MAC).
The Student Association (SA) is in the process of creating a sanction appeal policy after men’s club ice hockey asked SA to overturn a $4,197.50 fine levied on the club in December.
Members of UB’s men’s rugby club couldn’t help but notice the signs plastered on the walls of their Motel 6.
Randy and Susan Naccarella can be spotted cheering in the stands of UB swimming and diving meets, wearing badges with pictures of their two daughters.
UB hockey captain Anthony Coty was five and a half hours into the drive to Rutgers University from Buffalo when he pulled the van over and told his assistant coach that he needed a break from driving.
UB swimming and diving took second place in the Mid-American Conference Championships this weekend in Oxford, Ohio. The Bulls stood at second throughout the whole weekend behind Akron. They ended with 641 points while Akron scored 778.5 and took the victory for the second straight year.
Kiara Johnson limps onto the basketball court in Alumni Arena, having recently gotten out of her walking boot following an achilles injury. Her day starts at 7 a.m.
Softball (1-7) traveled to the UTEP Invitational in El Paso, Texas for the team’s second invitational of the season. UB lost all four games of the invitational, putting them at 1-7 after their second series of the season.
One of the biggest challenges about treating a concussion is that they can’t be seen — even on MRI and CAT scans.
Softball (1-3) opened its season at the Jax State Season Opener in Jacksonville, Alabama this weekend, facing Army West Point (2-2) and Jacksonville State (3-1).
UB celebrates National Girls and Women in Sports Day during women’s basketball’s game vs. Northern Illinois
Ten-year-old Ella Smith wants to be a sports reporter. So on Saturday afternoon, she walked into Alumni Arena to pick up her media credential for the women’s basketball game against Northern Illinois.