Bulls End Season With First Round Playoff Loss
With March upon us every basketball coach in America is looking for great defensive performances from their teams, after all, "defense wins championships."Great defense is exactly what NIU women's basketball Head Coach Carol Hammerle got from her Huskies Saturday afternoon in a 56-41 win over the UB Bulls in the first round of the MAC Tournament.
"Girls, Girls, Girls"
You can catch them almost anywhere on campus, except probably the men's locker room. Well, on occasion you might spot a couple in there.
Bulls end up on both ends of a shutout over the weekend
Game 1UB traveled to Huntington, W.V. Friday to try to add another first place chapter to its MAC standing story.Marshall's resilient defensive attack gave the tale a different turn, however.The Thundering Herd was lightning quick against the Bulls, outshooting them 37-7 to tally a 1-0 overtime win.UB's lone goal hope came from Erin McGarry, who scored with 36 seconds left in the game.
"Bulls Win Pair of Weekend Games, Rank First in MAC"
Game 1Pfeffer's game winner sparks Bulls victoryCo-captain Elizabeth Pfeffer scored the game-winning goal unassisted with 4:32 left to propel the Bulls to a 2-1 victory over the Northern Illinois Huskies.Pfeffer, with superior footwork, dribbled down the field pass several Huskie players and shot the uncontested shot to the far right post.
If you passed Emily Cox in a Knox hallway, you'd never guess she's a great goalkeeper. Her slender frame and pretty face would fool you at first glance, but if you ever come to RAC Field you'll see a fierce competitor.She currently has 61 saves for the Bulls, including a career-high 18 saves earlier this season against Boston University.
Kiss The Game Goodbye
First Jackson and now Jordan. The two kings of their respective arts are back.Michael Jordan has the basketball world up in arms with his recent announcement that he will return to the NBA.