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Bulls Record First Home Win On Senior Day

Friday's senior day provided the perfect stage for the women's tennis team to end its five-game losing streak. The Bulls (5-11, 1-5 Mid-American Conference) hosted Northern Illinois (2-12, 0-5 MAC) in their final home match of the season.


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Bulls Show Hometown Crowd Some Love

In the softball team's first game on familiar ground this season, it snagged a big win against a conference rival over the weekend. The Bulls (8-20, 3-1 Mid-American Conference) earned their first win at home on Saturday against Western Michigan (7-20, 2-2 MAC). The series was the second doubleheader of the weekend for Buffalo, which lost two games against Northern Illinois (13-15, 3-1 MAC) on Friday. Freshman pitcher Tori Speckman earned her fifth win of the season in the 5-4 victory over the Broncos.


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Golabek Places First at Texas Relays

The men and women's track and field team battled through the sweltering Texas heat over the weekend to compete against some of the best teams in the country. The Bulls traveled to the Lone Star State to compete in the 84th Annual Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays.


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NHL Playoffs Preview

The NHL's regular season has come to a close. There will be no more hockey until the fall for an unlucky 14 teams, but the real challenge is only beginning for the other 53 percent of the league.


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Bulls Remain Winless in MAC

After suffering a shutout loss in its last match, the women's tennis team tried to find a rhythm against its Mid-American Conference opponents over the weekend. The team still seems to be rhythmically challenged. The Bulls (4-11, 0-5 MAC) lost 4-3 to Toledo (11-6, 2-1 MAC) on Friday and then against Eastern Michigan (9-8, 2-1 MAC) on Saturday by the same score.


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Poor Conditions Give Way to Poor Performances

After swinging through the southwest to start the season, the baseball team found itself in cold and unfamiliar territory on a weekend that should have been a warm welcome home. With threats of inclement weather looming, the Bulls (7-18, 0-6 Mid-American Conference) played a three-game series against Northern Illinois (10-14, 4-2 MAC) at St.


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Hot Start to MAC Play

After stumbling out of the gate in non-conference play, the softball team feasted on its Mid-American Conference counterparts as league play began this past week. After a series split at Toledo (5-22, 1-3 Mid-American) on Friday, the Bulls (8-20, 3-1 MAC) traveled to Bowling Green for a doubleheader against the Falcons (4-17, 0-4 MAC). By the time the Bulls finally got on the diamond for game one against the Rockets, it had been 12 days since their last game.


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Bryce to Meet You

Most students probably can't spell Saskatchewan, let alone find the province on a map, but luckily for the baseball team, Eric Bryce was able to find his way over the border and into a Bulls uniform.






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