Megan Leach

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Late Game Success Can't Save Bulls
After a loss against Bowling Green only four days earlier, the women's basketball team had an opportunity to bounce back in another critical Mid-American Conference game. The win, however, went to Toledo (13-6, 2-4 MAC) in the form of a 67-53 victory over the Bulls (9-10, 2-4 MAC). The game was physical from the opening tip-off.
Forty: A Celebration of Hockey
Upon entering the upper level of the Albright Knox Art Gallery to see Forty: The Sabres in the NHL, a new exhibit that commemorates Buffalo's hockey team, one can't help but wonder how well the pristine and quiet walls of Albright Knox could possibly match the grit and excitement of the ice. Then, the image of Dominik Hasek making a sprawling save in the Sabres goal crease makes the whole exhibit seem a lot more natural. That image quickens the pulse of many Sabres fans, giving the feeling that the Albright Knox is not an art gallery but a shrine dedicated to the sport and the team that Buffalonians love. Perhaps that is the best way to approach the gallery ? not as an exhibit, but as a living monument to the 40 years of history that included the great careers of Hasek, Lindy Ruff, "The French Connection," and Alexander Mogilny. As fans walk through the gallery, they are met with images of goal celebrations, fights, amazing saves, and locker room preparations.
Forgettable Season Finally Ends
The women's soccer team traveled to Kent, Ohio hoping to end the season with its first Mid-American Conference win of the season.
Bulls impress in inaugural showing
Racing in their first event of the year, the rowing team used discipline to gain successful results at the Head of the Genesee Invitational on Saturday. The Bulls' Varsity 8 "A" boat finished 45 seconds after the race winner Duke University and took second place with a race time of 32:36.56.
NHL Preview
The puck drops this Thursday afternoon as the 2010-11 National Hockey League season commences. The new season starts with an original six matchup between the Montreal Canadiens and Toronto Maple Leafs. After taking home the Stanley Cup last season, the Chicago Blackhawks are looking to repeat this year.