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UB’s conference rival Eastern Michigan to keep football despite unrest from students and faculty
Eastern Michigan University, which plays in the Mid-American Conference with UB, published an open letter on Tuesday that it will keep its football program in Division I after students and faculty published a report calling for it to drop football and move to another conference that does not require D-I football.
UB seniors bring back cycling club, hope to see it continue to grow beyond founders’ graduation
The UB Cycling Club is a community on campus built on the love of cycling and bike riding. The Student Association officially recognized the club in 2016 after it was a temporary club in the summer of 2014. Along
UB Bulls hold annual Blue-White Spring Game
On Saturday, the Bulls competed in their annual Blue-White Spring game at UB Stadium even though the game ran more like a scrimmage open to the public.
UB quarterbacks compete in three-man race for the next great
For the past few years, the quarterback position hasn’t been a question mark for the Buffalo football team.
What’s in a name?: UB community reacts to the new athletics branding and the end of NYBI
Last Tuesday, UB gave an update on a university-wide branding effort for the first time in school history, effectively ending UB Athletics’ New York Bulls Initiative, or NYBI, that was in action for nearly three years. The main goal of the NYBI was to market Buffalo as New York’s college team by boldly representing the name New York rather than Buffalo. With the new rebranding, the term “Buffalo” is once again the prominent focus.
UB women’s basketball hopes to add athleticism with 2016 recruiting class
The Bulls bring in three players for next season – one transfer and two high school seniors. University of Massachusetts guard Cierra Dillard joins high school seniors Theresa Onwuka and Summer Hemphill for the recruiting class. Head coach Felisha Legette-Jack said the new recruits bring another dimension to the roster that was lacking at times last season: athleticism.
UB Bull James O'Hagan adjusts to new weight expectations after high school wrestling career
Before James O’Hagan became the anchor of the Buffalo football offensive line, he was a wrestler by trade. And he was one of the best. He held the title of the best heavyweight in the state of New York and was one of the top wrestlers in the country at 285 pounds. But holding that title also had its limitations. For O’Hagan, it was food. Hovering around 285 pounds may sound easy, but weight management is a much taller task than many imagine. Now that his wrestling days are behind him, the rising sophomore center’s only focus is maintaining the perfect body for football. And he can finally do something he longed to do in high school.
​Donyell Marshall accepts head coaching job at Central Connecticut State
It will be Marshall’s fifth coaching gig but his first as a head coach.
UB men's tennis is outshining expectations
Despite it being the reining Mid-American Conference champions, Buffalo men’s tennis head coach Lee Nickell thinks his team has “outshined [its] expectations” so far this season. After a conference title and NCAA Tournament appearance, the team lost two of its best players to graduation and another who quit the team to become a model in Europe. Needless to say, Nickell wasn’t sure what to expect from his team this season. Yet with four games left in the regular season, the Bulls (9-5, 2-1 MAC) are winners of four of their last five matches and looking to continue their positive momentum into the MAC Tournament. “I think we’ve definitely outshined our expectations,” Nickell said.
UB baseball player Charlie Sobieraski makes move from third base to the mound
Last season, Sobieraski played third base and performed well at the plate. He finished fourth on the team in batting average (.265) and led the team with four home runs as a freshman. Near the end of the regular season, he received some time on the mound with 10.1 innings pitched.

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