After capturing its first-ever Mid-American Conference Championship and dethroning seven-time champion Akron last season, UB swimming and diving (1-0, 1-0 MAC) is hungry to win its second consecutive title in 2021-22.
UB should be well-represented in the NBA G-League this season, as four former men’s basketball players look to land a spot on a professional roster.
After a dominant win over Akron last week (2-6, 1-3 MAC), UB football (4-5, 2-3 MAC) lost a hard-fought battle to Bowling Green (3-6, 1-4 MAC), 56-44, at UB Stadium Saturday afternoon.
UB women’s soccer (11-3-3, 5-2-3 MAC) defeated the Bowling Green Falcons,1-0, at Cochrane Stadium in Bowling Green, OH Thursday night.
UB has made it a habit of playing in close games this season.
Women’s soccer (10-3-2, 4-2-2 MAC) defeated Western Michigan (4-11-0, 2-6-0 MAC), 4-3, in a thriller Thursday night at UB Stadium. UB then traveled to Dekalb, IL Sunday afternoon, where they tied Northern Illinois (4-10-2, 1-5-2 MAC), 1-1, in a wild double-overtime match.
Women’s volleyball (9-12, 2-7 MAC) fell to Ohio (4-15, 4-4 MAC), 1-3, Friday night and 0-3 Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena. The Bulls are on a seven-game losing streak after starting out 2-0 in conference play, with four of those losses coming as sweeps.
Following back-to-back conference losses to Western Michigan and Kent State, UB’s back was against the wall heading into Saturday’s home matchup against Ohio.
Women’s volleyball (9-9, 2-4 MAC) fell to Toledo, 0-3, Friday night and Ball State, 2-3, Saturday afternoon at Alumni Arena. The Bulls are currently on a four-game losing streak following the back-to-back losses.
The Spectrum spoke with UB Director of Sports Medicine and Wellness Services Brian Bratta to address concerns with the Delta Variant, booster shots, unvaccinated athletes and UB’s new vaccine mandate for spectators.
UB women’s basketball head coach Felisha Legette-Jack always wanted to see her son play on a regular basis. So when Maceo Jack received an offer to transfer to the UB’s men’s basketball team in January, mother and son couldn’t believe their good fortune.
After losing its first conference game of the season last weekend to Western Michigan, UB football (2-4, 0-2 MAC) fell to the Kent State Golden Flashes (3-3, 2-0 MAC), 48-38, at Dix Stadium in Kent, OH on Saturday night.
After nearly falling to Old Dominion last week to close out non-conference play, UB football (2-3, 0-1 MAC) fell to Mid-American Conference foe Western Michigan (4-1, 1-0 MAC), 24-17, at UB Stadium Saturday.
James Patterson and Kadofi Wright were destined to become a premier linebacker duo long before they ever met.
After nearly falling to Old Dominion, 35-34, last week to close out non-conference play, UB football (2-3) fell to its first Mid-American Conference opponent of the season, the Western Michigan Broncos (4-1), 24-17 at UB Stadium Saturday.