Felisha Legette-Jack became the winningest coach in UB women’s basketball history with a 57-44 victory over Kent State at the MAC Center Saturday. With her 156th win, she passed Sal Buscaglia for sole possession of first place.
UB wrestling head coach John Stutzman earned his 150th career win and the team won its fifth-straight dual match with a 26-12 victory over SIU-Edwardsville Friday at Alumni Arena. In his seventh season as head coach, Stutzman has helped lead the Bulls to greater heights. He helped grant legitimacy to a program that has often struggled to create a winning product. During his tenure, the Bulls have produced numerous national qualifiers and have challenged for the conference crown.
Former UB football wide receiver Anthony Johnson signed to a Reserve/Future contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team announced Wednesday.
Coming off a 31-9 victory over Charlotte in the 2019 Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl, the Bulls are poised to reach even greater heights in the coming decade. Before they can get there, it’s important to look back at the players who shaped the 2010s.
UB football made history Friday by winning its first-ever bowl game.
University Police arrested football running back Dylan McDuffie on domestic violence charges Saturday.
Black Friday Night Lights The Bulls football team (7-5, 5-3 MAC) took to the field Friday in their 49-7 win against Bowling Green (3-9, 2-6). Prior to the match-up, Buffalo became bowl eligible and was looking to solidify its chances of being selected.
Coming off a 49-7 win over Bowling Green, the Bulls travel to Nassau to take on the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl on Dec. 20. The 49ers are 7-5 following a 38-22 victory over Old Dominion.
For the fourth time in program history, the Bulls are going bowling. Buffalo (7-5, 5-3) accepted an invitation to the Makers Wanted Bahamas Bowl, which was announced on Sunday. UB will take on Charlotte (7-5, 5-3) of Conference USA in Nassau on Dec. 20.
UB volleyball had a sad end to its season in the Mid-American Conference championships this week. The Bulls came out at full force and swept Akron 3-0 in the opening round of the tournament on Thursday night. This was the Bulls’ first MAC Tournament win since 2009.
On the final night of the Bulls’ record-breaking 2018-19 men’s basketball season, the players walked off the court with their heads down and their hopes dashed. But nobody was more frustrated than Gabe Grant and Antwain Johnson, two members of the team who had no impact on the final outcome.
UB's trip to Toronto was a chance for the NCAA to showcase some of its brightest to an up-north crowd. While the trip up Queen Elizabeth Way wasn’t a long one for the men's basketball team, UB’s guards helped put an extra stamp on their passport Saturday: a big “W” against Harvard.
UB women’s basketball (4-0) defeated Columbia (1-3) 82-75 Friday night, fighting against a tough opponent. Columbia came out shooting 70% from the field and 80% from three in the first quarter. Buffalo then ramped up its defense, holding Colombia to 37% from the field for the reminder of the game.
Kent State (4-6, 3-3 MAC) defeated UB football (5-5, 3-3 MAC), 30-27 Thursday night. The Bulls dominated the Golden Flashes throughout the game before collapsing in the fourth quarter. Kent State has allowed the most rushing yards in the MAC, giving up 253.9 yards per game and Buffalo attacked that weakness, rushing for 245 yards Thursday.