UB cross country finished in 11th place in the Coast-to-Coast Battle in Beantown in Boston on Friday afternoon.
Women’s volleyball (9-5, 2-0 MAC) beat the Miami (OH) RedHawks (2-10, 0-2 MAC) twice this weekend, 3-2 on Friday and 3-0 on Saturday.
UB women’s soccer (6-2-1, 0-1-1 MAC) dropped its Mid-American Conference opener against the Ohio Bobcats (6-3, 2-0 MAC), 2-1, on Thursday evening at Chessa Field in Athens, OH. The Bulls then returned home to face the Kent State Golden Flashes (5-3-1, 1-0-1 MAC) on Sunday afternoon, where they drew 0-0 in a wild double overtime match.
After a tough 28-25 loss to 16th-ranked Coastal Carolina last week, the Bulls staved off a furious late-game comeback to defeat the Old Dominion Monarchs, 35-34, at S.B. Ballard Stadium Saturday.
Being a good player and teammate on the court may make headlines, but it’s who an athlete is off the court that sticks with the people around them.
Starting Oct. 1, all spectators must be vaccinated against COVID-19 to attend sporting events at UB Stadium and Alumni Arena.
Despite a valiant effort against one of the top teams in the nation, Coastal Carolina’s highly efficient multiple offense scheme proved to be too much for the Bulls.
Women’s soccer (5-1-0) shut out Canisius (0-5-2), 2-0, on Thursday night at the Demske Sports Complex. The Bulls then returned home to UB Stadium Sunday afternoon, where they shut out Duquesne (2-3-1), 4-0.
Monika Šimkova, a senior outside hitter from Slovakia, has been in the ICU since early August with a life-threatening streptococcal bacterial infection.
The UB women’s soccer team (3-1-0) topped the Binghamton Bearcats 1-0 at the Bearcats Sports Complex Sunday night.