Among the UB football team’s 107 players, one player stands out.
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UB Athletics had the most eventful period in recent memory this past year. UB had three NCAA Tournament-bound teams and plenty of record breaking individual performances. The Spectrum compiled a list highlighting the top 10 sports moments of the year.
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.
It will be the Bulls against the Wildcats in the first round of the women’s tennis NCAA Tournament. Buffalo will take on Northwestern Friday, May 11 at 4 p.m. in Evanston, Illinois, in what will be the third program appearance for the Bulls.
The UB track and field team hosts the Mid-American Conference Championships this weekend, beginning Thursday at 10 a.m. and continuing through Saturday. The event will take place at UB Stadium as Buffalo hosts for the first time since 2010.
Buffalo men’s basketball has never been better, with a third Mid-American Conference Championship in four years, five All-MAC players, MAC coach of the year, MAC sixth man of the year and its first-ever NCAA Tournament win.
The Bulls conclude their season this weekend in a matchup against the Miami (OH) Redhawks. Buffalo is on the outside looking in, trying to reach the Mid-American Conference softball tournament this season. The Bulls need to sweep the Redhawks and hope Ohio sweeps Bowling Green (25-23, 7-12 MAC) if they want to get in the tournament.
The Bulls made program history in Muncie, Indiana this weekend winning the Mid-American Conference Championship for the second straight year.
UB men’s tennis season ended Saturday with a 4-2 loss to the Western Michigan Broncos during the final match of the Mid-American Conference Championships. The Bulls played in front of the home crowd at Miller Tennis Center as Buffalo hosted the tournament for the first time in head coach Lee Nickell’s tenure.
UB men’s tennis looks to win its third Mid-American Conference Championship in four years this weekend.
Knicks center Enes Kanter’s uses his NBA platform to do more than play basketball.
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.
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.
Megan Burns didn’t want to swim in college.
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.
UB men’s tennis won back-to-back matches against Mid-American Conference opponents this weekend. The Bulls beat the Binghamton Bearcats 6-1 Friday afternoon and the Toledo Rockets 5-2 Saturday. The team won its last three matches to improve to 10-8 on the year and 3-1 in MAC play.
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.
Men’s Basketball (27-9, 15-3 MAC)
The Bulls (11-14, 3-0 Mid-American Conference) will travel to DeKalb, Illinois this weekend to compete in a three-game series against the Northern Illinois Huskies (10-20, 1-2 MAC). This is their second series against a MAC opponent this season, after sweeping the Eastern Michigan Eagles (4-22, 0-3 MAC) last weekend.
The softball team is traveling to Clearwater, Florida this weekend along with 33 other teams from around the country for the University of Southern Florida Tournament.