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When I sat down to interview UB's junior track and field veteran, Jenelle Callender, it was evident that she is extremely competitive and flat out fast. She talks fast, she moves fast, she eats fast- in fact, Callender does just about everything fast. After confiding that I am her favorite Spectrum reporter (without prodding), Callender began to talk about her past performances and the outdoor track season, which begins today.
With March upon us every basketball coach in America is looking for great defensive performances from their teams, after all, "defense wins championships."
While power was restored to almost all of the 100,000 Western New York homes by 8 p.m. Saturday night, that is exactly the time when someone pulled the plug at Alumni Arena.
You can catch them almost anywhere on campus, except probably the men's locker room. Well, on occasion you might spot a couple in there. But girls are everywhere in different shapes and sizes. Some come with accessories, some don't. There is a wide variety at our beloved school. The best place to find them is probably the Student Union. I tend to like the ones I see in the library; they seem to be a little more intelligent.
UB students Nana Amoako, Jason Echols and Inima Ibocko were arrested Saturday, Oct. 13 after a resident of Goodyear Hall reported being robbed by a group of six African-American males wearing sports jerseys. In a Buffalo City Court hearing Monday, charges were dropped against Amoako and Echols.
If you passed Emily Cox in a Knox hallway, you'd never guess she's a great goalkeeper. Her slender frame and pretty face would fool you at first glance, but if you ever come to RAC Field you'll see a fierce competitor.
The Bulls dropped to Mid-American Conference-rival Miami of Ohio in front of a standing-room-only crowd of UB faithful Friday night at RAC Field. The Bulls applied all the pressure early, but were unable to erase a goose egg from the scoreboard.
First Jackson and now Jordan. The two kings of their respective arts are back.
The Bulls rode a title wave of offensive power to a 34-20 victory over the University of Connecticut Huskies Saturday afternoon before a sell-out crowd of 16,517 at UConn's Memorial Stadium.
Sophomore Nicole Olszewski was involved in all but one of UB's goals Tuesday afternoon as the women's soccer team claimed a 6-1 victory over the Akron Zips. The lone goal Olszewski was not involved in came late in the second half when she was already on the bench, having recorded 2 goals and 3 assists.
The UB women's soccer team, the first of the UB's athletic teams to resume play, defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes 3-1 on Sunday afternoon at RAC Field in the first Mid-American Conference game for both teams.