The men and women's track teams may be nearing the end of the season, but they are competing like they are gearing up to do great things and breaking a few school records in the process.
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It is not often that the men's tennis team gets to enjoy many matches at this time of year. Competing in a conference such as the Mid-American Conference has often left the Bulls sullen in defeat, following a decisive and lopsided loss.
Buffalo Bulls baseball may be a mystery to many of the students at the University at Buffalo, for many reasons.
The Music as a Weapon II tour made the following point very clear on Monday night: With all the unrest going on in the world, sometimes rock music is the best way to escape it.
The UB men's tennis team accomplished a milestone Thursday afternoon, leaving their head coach one victory away from a milestone of his own.
Question: What is a struggling team to do when its impact player and floor leader is sidelined due to injury?
The more you watch the Bulls, the more you see the same mistakes being made over and over again.
Mix one part poor ball handling, a touch of shoddy execution in the transition game, a load problems in breaking the full court press and half court traps, and top it all off with some questionable officiating. Let simmer for 40 minutes.
From the opening tip-off to the final buzzer, it was left pretty clear who the more talented team was - it was just a matter of showing it for 40 minutes. Buffalo managed to settle some early issues on the offensive end and dominated Cornell 61-35 before 648 fans at Alumni Arena on Monday night.
Coming off Wednesday's road loss to Bowling Green, Buffalo was looking to find some consistency in their offense Saturday night against Youngstown State.
The Definition of Balance: 12 Bulls Score vs. CSU
Exactly 30 years to the date the Federal Office of Civil Rights (OCR), along with the National Collegiate Athletic Association, created legislation that is arguably the most debated topic in college athletics today.
The University at Buffalo women's crew team may perhaps be the most successful Division I program offered at this college. This past Saturday the team capped off the last race of the fall campaign at the Frostbite Regatta in Philadelphia, Pa.
Track is a sport of great mental toughness and high endurance. Cross-country is the ultimate test and requires superior mental focus and muscle strength that is perhaps unseen in any other sport.
Exactly thirty years to the date the Federal Office of Civil Rights (OCR) in cohesion with the National Collegiate Athletic Association helped create legislation that has perhaps been the most influential and debated topic in college athletics today.
The losing streak may finally be over, but the women's volleyball team is still in the midst of their Mid-American Conference schedule. Buffalo (9-14, 1-8 MAC), now with their 49-match losing streak behind them, came out flat on Sunday afternoon against the Central Michigan Chippewas (8-12, 4-3 MAC) falling in four less than pretty games.
It took the Anaheim Angels 40 plus years of agony, disappointment and frustration to finally reach the World Series this year. The Women's Volleyball team needed 49 consecutive conference games to finally notch a win in a MAC contest. The losing streak dated all the way back to the 1999 season. Now all that pain and suffering along the way for both teams will simply be remembered as ancient history.
When referring to the women's volleyball team, the first thing that comes to mind in the eyes of many students, is the 46-game Mid-American Conference losing streak dating back to the 2000 campaign.
A coach of mine once said that success is where preparation meets opportunity.
The Wisconsin Badgers have not looked pretty to this point but have managed to stay perfect at 4-0 and maintain their No. 22 national ranking. Badger quarterback Brooks Bollinger played the hero Saturday as he scored on a 2-yard keeper with 1:21 left and dodged the upset-minded Northern Illinois Huskies 24-21 in Madison, Wis.