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Teague the Fighter

When the softball team lost 6-2 against Canisius last Tuesday, Bulls fans probably thought it was another missed opportunity for the team. For some, however, the game holds a much deeper meaning. Tuesday's contest was part of the National Fastpitch Coaches Association's Strike Out Cancer event, a nationwide initiative created to raise funds and awareness for the fight against cancer. It is a struggle that head coach Jennifer Teague knows all too well.


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Question & Answer with Warde Manuel

The Spectrum: Can you speak about John B. Simpson leaving? Are you concerned at all about a drop off in the support you've had from his administration for athletics? Warde Manuel: No I'm not.


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Bulls Swept By MAC Leaders

The baseball team took on the Mid-American Conference leader over the weekend and tried to pull off a major upset, but couldn't defeat the odds. The Bulls (7-28, 0-14 MAC) were outscored 27-8 en route to a sweep, extending their losing streak to 17 games, keeping them winless in conference play. Despite their poor performance throughout the weekend, the Bulls put together a strong outing in game one against Kent State (26-12, 12-3 MAC). Buffalo jumped out to an early 2-0 lead in the second inning thanks to junior outfielder Jordan Camp's two-run home run to left field that plated sophomore infielder River McWilliams.


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The Warde - Manual

When Warde Manuel took over the reins of UB Athletics in 2005, drastic change was imminent; just how much, surprised even Manuel himself. Manuel is the athletic director at the University at Buffalo and was hired at a time when UB Athletics was in shambles.


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"Wake up, Buffalo: You're Senseless"

The Buffalo Sabres are going to win the Stanley Cup this year. Just look at how they performed Wednesday night against one of the league's most elite squads. The Bills are going to the playoffs next year.


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Bad Conditions Can't Slow the Row

Last weekend, the rowing team had to fight off the weather and its opponents to prove it can repeat last year's success after the previous meet's disappointment. The defending Colonial Athletic Association champions traveled to Michigan and came out victorious in two races against Grand Valley State University.


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Bulls' Early Struggles Lead to Sweep

The baseball team has limped through the 2011 season. A slow start to conference play has doomed the team to the basement of the Mid-American Conference standings. On Friday, the Bulls (7-25, 0-11 MAC) continued to stumble and surrendered a combined nine runs in the first three innings of a doubleheader against the visiting Ball State Cardinals (10-23, 7-4 MAC). Buffalo dropped both games, 7-4 and 8-3. The Bulls' extended their losing streak to 14 games. Buffalo fell behind 4-0 in game one, and it didn't respond until the third inning.



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