‘We had to start looking for them:’ How overseas recruiting turned the men’s tennis program into a contenderBy HUNTER SKOCZYLAS | Feb. 24
In the summer of 2009, Lee Nickell became the head coach of the UB men’s tennis team.
‘It’s a great opportunity:’ Former UB football star Jeremiah Dadeboe makes his mark in Fan Controlled FootballBy ANTHONY DECICCO | Feb. 23
Jeremiah Dadeboe, a 6’, 210 lb. safety/linebacker who played college football at UB, is one of 88 players partaking in Fan Controlled Football.
Women’s basketball (11-7) lost to the Ball State Cardinals (11-8) 76-63 Wednesday night at Alumni Arena.
‘Seize the moment:’ Felisha Legette-Jack implores her young team to take advantage of season’s final stretchBy ANTHONY DECICCO | Feb. 17
Women’s basketball head coach Felisha Legette-Jack has watched her team’s highs and lows firsthand.
With the 2021 NFL Draft just two months away, UB running back Jaret Patterson has begun the draft process by meeting virtually with multiple NFL teams.
For the tenth time this season, men’s basketball will have to cancel or postpone a game due to COVID-19 concerns and contact tracing.
Following two convincing victories over Miami (OH) and Ball State, UB men’s basketball (9-6) looked to stretch its win streak to three games against Western Michigan (4-12) Friday night.
On Sunday, Demone Harris could become the first UB grad ever to win multiple Super Bowls when his Kansas City Chiefs take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, FL.
While COVID-19 has certainly altered recruiting across the country, it hasn’t stopped coaches from discovering elite talent.
The UB women’s basketball team convincingly beat Akron, 77-55, at James A. Rhodes Arena in Akron, OH Wednesday night.
Last Saturday, UB won the Camellia Bowl. You probably already knew that. But did you know that Jim Boeheim sounded off on the men's basketball team last week? Or that Dyaisha Fair was named MAC Player of the Week — again? Probably not.