Saturday afternoon’s matchup was a back-and-forth affair as the UB men’s basketball team (13-8, 7-4 MAC) defeated the Ball State Cardinals (11-13, 6-7 MAC), 80-74, at Alumni Arena.
Women’s basketball (16-8, 10-4 MAC) lost to the Northern Illinois Huskies (10-12, 7-7 MAC), 69-64 in overtime, Saturday afternoon at the NIU Convocation Center in DeKalb, IL.
Junior guard Dyaisha Fair scored 38 points to lead women’s basketball (16-7, 10-3 MAC) to a 93-68 victory over Eastern Michigan Wednesday night at Alumni Arena.
Following a disappointing 4-8 season that saw the Bulls miss out on a postseason bowl game for the first time in four seasons, second-year head coach Maurice Linguist felt it was time for a rebuild in the Queen City.
Women’s basketball (15-7, 9-3 MAC) secured their fourth straight win, 64-71, against the Western Michigan Broncos (12-8, 6-5 MAC) on Monday night at Alumni Arena.
The UB women’s tennis team (6-0) dominated Indiana University of Pennsylvania (2-1), 6-1, at the Miller Tennis Center in Williamsville Saturday.
UB wrestling (11-5, 6-1 MAC) defeated the Northern Illinois Huskies (5-9, 1-4 MAC), 17-15, Saturday at Alumni Arena.
Senior guard Maceo Jack scored 22 points and senior forward Jeenathan Williams added 16 of his own as men’s basketball cruised to a dominant 102-64 victory over Eastern Michigan Tuesday night at Alumni Arena.
On Wednesday, UB football head coach Maurice Linguist announced the addition of 10 high school and junior college transfers to his 2022 recruiting class, making it the most decorated class in program history.
Men’s basketball (11-8, 5-4 MAC) defeated the Central Michigan Chippewas, 74-54, Saturday afternoon at McGuirk Arena in Mt. Pleasant, MI.
UB has updated its vaccination policy for athletic events at Alumni Arena mandating that children ages 5-11 are now required to provide proof of full COVID-19 vaccination in order to attend sporting events.
Women’s basketball (5-2) defeated the Rhode Island Rams (7-3), 69-55, Sunday afternoon at Alumni Arena.
Six UB football players have officially entered the transfer portal as of Dec. 7, according to 247Sports.
Women’s swimming and diving (2-0, 2-0 MAC) earned third place out of 10 teams at the Zippy Invite in Akron, OH this weekend. The Bulls totaled 1,355 points over the course of the three-day meet. Penn and Akron edged UB for first place.
Men’s basketball (4-2) cruised to a 94-49 victory against the Point Park Pioneers (2-3) Monday night at Alumni Arena.
December kicked off with seven UB football players earning their place on the All Mid-American Conference football team. The Bulls received these honors despite finishing the season with a discouraging 4-8 record and failing to make a bowl game for the first time in four seasons.
Bonnies fans stormed the court after Jalen Adaway’s game-winning three-pointer gave St. Bonaventure (7-1) a 68-65 victory over UB (4-3) Saturday afternoon at a sold-out Reilly Center in Allegany, NY.