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A family affair: UB softball's biggest fans

(07/03/18 1:33am)

UB softball didn't officially play a home game at Nan Harvey Field until April 3 –– its 29th game of the season. The Bulls dominated against a 1-27 Akron Zips team, beating them 16-1. The 16 runs were the most scored in a single game all season as freshman left fielder Anna Aguon led the offensive explosion, driving in seven.The Bulls played in sub-forty-degree weather along with 74 freezing fans in attendance. One fan stuck out among the rest.

UB softball battles through the cold

(04/20/18 3:35pm)

UB softball split its doubleheader with the Canisius Griffins on Wednesday afternoon. The Bulls dominated in the first game winning 8-0 in six innings, while junior pitcher Ally Power had one of her best performances this season. Without Power on the mound, game two ended in a 15-5 Griffins win. Canisius batters refocused and connected off Buffalo and put up six runs in two separate innings.

Spring check-in: UB football

(04/19/18 7:47am)

Seven overtimes against Western Michigan, two one-point losses, three different starting quarterbacks and an upset win over Ohio made up the Bulls’ third bowl-eligible season in school history. Despite a three-game winning streak to end last year’s season and producing over 400 yards of offense per game, the Bulls weren’t selected for a bowl. UB was one of the three eligible teams in the country that weren’t selected.

UB softball swept in Friday doubleheader

(04/14/18 9:36pm)

UB softball lost both games in a doubleheader against the Bowling Green Falcons on Friday. The Bulls were unable to find success at the mound and the plate as Bowling Green outscored UB a combined 18-4 in the two games at Nan Harvey Field. The Bulls have lost five of their last six games as the race to compete in the Mid-American Conference Tournament gets tighter.

Power on the mound and plate

(04/05/18 7:32am)

UB softball completed the two-game sweep of the Akron Zips with ease in a home double-header Tuesday afternoon. The teams played in cold rainy weather, but that had little effect on Buffalo’s performance. The Bulls never fell behind by more than one run, including a run-rule victory in game one. The Bulls finished game one in five innings with a 16-1 victory and won the second game 7-4.