The Bulls kicked off the 2022-23 season with a win Monday night, beating the Colgate Raiders, 88-87, at Alumni Arena.
Despite a historically bad beginning to the season, Maurice Linguist and the Bulls turned things around. They won five consecutive games (before losing to Ohio Tuesday night) and are in contention for the top spot in the conference.
Women’s soccer (13-1-4, 7-0-4 MAC) defeated Kent State (4-7-7, 4-2-5 MAC) 2-0 to claim the Mid-American Conference regular season title Thursday.
Guy Allegretto, a Vietnam War veteran, has been giving motivational speeches to the UB football team for the last 11 years.
The introduction of a mindfulness coach and a balance of youth and experience has turned women's soccer into the favorites to win the MAC.
Women’s soccer secures spot in MAC tournament with 2-1 win over Central Michigan, draw at Ball State 2-2By AMY MASLIN | Oct. 25, 2022
Women’s soccer (12-1-4, 6-0-4 MAC) secured a spot in the Mid-American Conference tournament after defeating Central Michigan, 2-1, at UB Stadium on Thursday. UB then tied against Ball State on Saturday, which brought the Bulls to a 14-game unbeaten streak, tying the record-breaking 2014 UB team.
UB football scores 24 fourth-quarter points to come back and beat Toledo, 34-27, at UB Stadium Saturday.
UB women’s soccer (11-1-3, 5-0-3 MAC) continues to find ways to avoid losing in conference play.
Women’s volleyball (11-10, 3-6 MAC) split its weekend series against the Ohio Bobcats (11-8, 5-3 MAC) in matches that each required an extra set to determine the winner. The win earned on Thursday marked the Bulls’ first against the Bobcats since 2018.
Brotherhood, faith and accountability: Justin Marshall, Quian Williams reflect on their bond formed at UBBy DYLAN GRECO | Oct. 12, 2022
Quian Williams stepped up as a leader in the offseason, and Marshall is re-paying that to the rest of the receiving group.
The Bulls (3-3, 3-0 MAC) emerged victorious once again this week, easily defeating the Bowling Green Falcons (2-4, 1-1 MAC) 38-7 at Doyt Perry Stadium Saturday afternoon.
Women’s soccer (10-1-2, 4-0-1 MAC) defeated Eastern Michigan, 3-0, on Sunday at UB Stadium.
The Bulls' seven-match win streak ended against WMU on Sunday.
Sunday’s win marked not only UB’s sixth win in a row but its sixth straight shutout. The Bulls haven’t allowed a goal since Aug. 28 against then-No. 3 ranked Rutgers.
UB won its first game of the season in a 19-point victory over Eastern Michigan last Saturday.
Here’s a look at some of UB football’s most accomplished alumni.
The Bulls fell, 38-26, at Brooks Stadium in Conway, SC on Saturday.