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In Dena-Kay Martin's article, "Anti-Semitism Prevalent On Campuses, ADL Says" (Monday, Oct. 21), UB student Garry Mikhailevich made comments on the religion of Islam and Muslims on campus that I found very troubling. In Martin's article, Mikhailevich states, "There are Islamic meetings on campus, in which they discuss and scapegoat to justify the murder of Jews in the Middle East and explain why their religion is not directly responsible." This statement is very complex, but only in that its ignorance resonates on multiple levels.
The UB baseball team snapped a four-game losing streak and captured their 10th win of the season Wednesday as they outlasted cross-town rival Canisius 13-5 at the Amherst Pepsi Center Field.
The UB softball team came back after their last unpromising series with strong play over the weekend, taking one out of three games against the Kent State Golden Flashes.
Just when things started to look like they were turning around for the softball team this season, the Northern Illinois University Huskies - ranked second in the Mid-American Conference - came in and handed the Buffalo Bulls their third demoralizing sweep of the season.
Former President Bill Clinton . was not at the UB softball game Wednesday afternoon. Had he been there, though, he would have witnessed a fine day of softball as UB swept St. Bonaventure University in a doubleheader, their first of the season.
The UB softball team took to the road for the spring break, playing a demanding eight-game schedule involving three schools and three doubleheaders. The squad traveled to the University of Ohio, Canisius College and Marshall University to try and bring their season back on track.
It's amazing how fortune can turn on you so quickly. Last season the women's basketball team's fortunes turned on them in a heartbeat, on a last-second shot by Akron's Cheryl Bowles to end their season in the first round of the MAC Tournament.
UB women's basketball Head Coach Cheryl Dozier is not happy. But what coach would be after her team's fifth-straight loss to a team they should easily have beaten?
For the women's basketball team it's pretty clear that this season has taken a turn for the worse.
While most UB students were enjoying a nice long semester break, the women's basketball team had a full course load, playing a total of 10 games in our absence, including seven conference games.
The UB Bulls women's basketball team returned to Alumni Arena for their home opener against the Niagara Purple Eagles last Tuesday night intent on showing UB's home crowd what their young team is really made of. It took them an entire half of play to get their act together, but when they finally did they put on quite a show, indeed.
The UB women's basketball team opened their 2001-02 season over the weekend with a pair of losses on the road, falling first to Michigan State 50-42, then dropping their next contest 59-40 to Liberty College in the Spartan Chevrolet Classic in East Lansing, Mich.
The script called for pride, pageantry and paratroopers; and the Army Military Academy in West Point, N.Y. delivered all three. It was a breathtaking college football atmosphere that even longtime journalist - and former Buffalo News Sports Editor - Larry Felser said he had never experienced before.
On the strength of a solid first half, the men's soccer team defeated St. Francis University 2-1 Friday night to finish their regular season unbeaten in their final four games.
Apparently, the men's soccer team knows how to get physical.
The UB men's soccer team played their final home game of the season Friday night, falling 1-0 to Canisius College, but won 2-1 over Bucknell Sunday in the first leg of a three-game road trip. The split keeps their record even at 6-6-1 (1-3-0 MAC).
The Bulls relied heavily on sophomore forward Patrick Beckley, freshman Justin Higgins and goaltender Brian Wozniak to post their fifth win of the season as they defeated the Binghamton University Bearcats 2-0 in non-conference play Tuesday night.
On the force of two back-to-back goals by senior Bill Norberg, the men's soccer team orchestrated an enormous upset of the Marshall Thundering Herd Friday night, defeating them 3-2 in front of 75 freezing fans at RAC Field.
Amidst a torrential downpour, the men's soccer team dropped their second straight game 3-0 to Niagara University Tuesday night at RAC Field. The loss marks the Bulls' second straight shutout following a four-game winning streak.
Lalime Solid in Sens' Win