Men’s tennis (2-7) roared into Mid-American Conference play Saturday with a 6-1 win over rival Binghamton (1-11) at the Miller Tennis Center.
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As the glass flashed red and the final buzzer sounded, junior guard Dyaisha Fair launched the basketball sky-high in triumph.
Women’s basketball (24-8, 16-4 MAC) demolished Akron (17-11, 13-7 MAC), 82-43, in the semifinals of the Mid-American Conference Tournament at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland Friday.
Wrestling (12-6, 7-2 MAC) placed fourth at the Mid-American Conference Championships Saturday in Athens, OH.
Women’s basketball (23-8, 16-4 MAC) defeated Western Michigan (16-14, 10-10 MAC), 63-49, in the quarterfinal round of the Mid-American Conference Tournament at the Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse in Cleveland Wednesday.
With the lights off and headphones plugged in, the low hum of the monitors sing as projected live stream feeds illuminate the faces of UB’s Esports team
Neon disco lights erupted into a glittery explosion of electric body form costumes, and fitness instructors morphed into rollerbladers and catwalk extraordinaires at three-time Grammy award-winning artist Dua Lipa’s concert at KeyBank Center Saturday night.
“Ahh you look so pretty in that dress.”
Men’s basketball (19-10, 13-6 MAC) chased Kent State’s (21-9, 16-4 MAC) tails the entire game Friday night, ending the regular season with a 70-65 loss to the Golden Flashes. UB will head into the Mid-American Conference tournament as the fifth seed, kicking off with a Tuesday match against Akron.
The Spectrum’s sports page has long featured athletic greats from basketball stars like Dyaisha Fair to NFL Draft hopefuls like Kodofi Wright. But these athletes play a small part in creating the electric atmosphere that surrounds UB athletic events.
Feb. 22, 2022.
UB swimming and diving (5-0, 4-0 MAC) finished second at the Mid-American Conference Championships in Bowling Green, OH at the end of the week — falling more than 200 points short of its second-straight MAC Championship victory.
Women’s tennis (9-1) and men’s tennis (1-7) each faced Cleveland State Saturday at the CSU Medical Mutual Tennis Center — with very different results.
Thursday night witnessed Josh Mballa launch himself into the program’s history books.
For the first time since 2014, UB softball defeated a Power 5 team and finished the season’s opening weekend with a winning record.
Men’s tennis (1-6) broke its string of six consecutive defeats with a win over St. Bonaventure (1-4) Saturday afternoon.
Women’s basketball (18-8, 12-4 MAC) defeated the Miami (OH) RedHawks (8-17, 4-12 MAC), 83-71, Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena.
Men’s basketball (14-8, 8-4 MAC) stormed to a record-setting 112-85 victory over the Bowling Green Falcons (12-14, 5-10 MAC) Tuesday night at the Stroh Center in Bowling Green, OH.
Women’s (8-1) and men’s tennis (0-6) fell short in the same weekend for the first time in more than a year — particularly frustrating, since the women’s loss broke their eight-match win streak.