MYAH GONZALEZ

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Bulls crush Nazareth in first win of season
 UB men's basketball (1-1) bounced back Monday night and won its first game of the regular season against the Nazareth Golden Flyers (1-1) 109-72. 
Women’s basketball wins season opener
Women’s basketball (1-0) started its season Tuesday night with a 61-56 win against Central Connecticut (0-1).  While the Bulls came out victorious, the win was still a tough start for the defending conference champions. Consistent defense kept them in the lead but many players struggled offensively, revealing areas for improvement as the season progresses.
Wrestling is back in action
The Bulls wrestling team was back on the mat this weekend. Coming off one of their best seasons in recent program history, the Bulls have high hopes for the 2019 campaign. Last year, the senior-heavy team consistently put up strong performances, earning a second-place finish in the Mid-American Conference.
Bulls blow past Lakers in exhibition game
The women’s basketball team may have the youngest roster in the Mid-American Conference this year but they aren’t playing like it.  It seemed the Mercyhurst Lakers had no chance against the Bulls, who held a substantial lead for the entire introductory 96-44 exhibition at Alumni Arena on Friday night.
Men’s basketball defeats Daemen in exhibition game
The UB men’s basketball team dominated Thursday night with a 111-73 victory against Daemen during its first pre-season exhibition. The defending conference champs played a strong game to prove their new lineup has the skills to make a big impact this season. The win is Jim Whitesell’s first as the Bulls’ head coach.
Volleyball sweeps Northern Illinois
The Bulls volleyball team (7-13) won its second home game of the week Saturday against the Northern Illinois Huskies (6-16). The Bulls showed their skills in three quick sets (25-20, 25-17, 25-15) to bring home the win against the higher-ranked Huskies.
Men’s basketball prepares for the 2019-20 season
The 2019-20 men’s basketball season is underway, as the Bulls stepped on the court for their first official practice Sunday.  The defending conference champions are adjusting to a new roster and new dynamic after losing a few key players last season. 
Bulls overpower Rockets in five-set matchup
In Saturday night’s thrilling five-set matchup, the Bulls (5-9) played earned their first conference win of the season.  The match kept both UB and Toledo fans on the edge of their seats, as the volleyball teams traded sets back and forth, with the Bulls finally overpowering the Rockets (7-7) in the fifth set, leaving the match 16-25, 25-20, 23-25, 25-23 and 15-12.