Women’s basketball moves on in landslide victory over Miami (OH)
UB women’s basketball (19-11, 10-9 MAC) is moving on to the MAC tournament quarterfinals after defeating Miami (OH) (11-20, 4-14 MAC) 87-72 in a landslide victory Monday. The Bulls came out firing from the jump as junior Hannah Hall opened the scoring for Bulls, hitting her first of three 3-pointers eight seconds into the game. 
Women’s basketball defeats Kent State in final regular-season game
The Bulls (18-11, 9-9 MAC) celebrated their only graduating senior Theresa Onwuka on Saturday’s senior night, as UB closed out the regular season with a 72-58 win against Kent State (18-11, 11-7 MAC).  Onwuka’s final regular season game for the Bulls came with a milestone: her 1,000th career point.
Men’s basketball falls to Akron
UB men’s basketball (18-11, 9-7 MAC) lost a hard-fought battle to the Akron Zips (22-7, 12-4 MAC) at Alumni Arena Saturday afternoon. The Bulls got off to a hot start, making their first four shots of the game and jumping out to a 10-2 lead. 
Women’s basketball drops sixth-straight game to Akron
UB women’s basketball (13-11) dropped its sixth-straight game to the Akron Zips (12-12) at Alumni Arena Wednesday, falling 69-63. The Bulls came into the game looking to end their losing streak, but walked off their home court with another loss.
Homeward bound
Jeenathan Williams had 19 offers from Division-I programs after high school. He had the chance to go to Syracuse. He could’ve gone to Virginia.  But when selecting a college, basketball wasn’t even Williams’ main concern. He wanted to come home.
Women’s basketball loses fifth-straight game
Women’s basketball dropped its fifth-straight game Saturday afternoon in a 69-58 loss to Ball State (17-7).  UB (13-10) had scoring troubles early on as the Cardinals held them to 11 of 33 from the field in the first half.
Men’s basketball defeats Central Michigan 60-55
UB has had trouble hanging on to leads during its 2019-20 campaign. Despite the Bulls’ late-game struggles this season, they managed to hang on in a close one Friday. The men’s basketball team (15-9) got off to a great start at home where they defeated the Central Michigan Chippewas (13-9) 65-60.