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Wednesday, May 22, 2024
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Brown Does It Again

The women's basketball team traveled 10 minutes down the road looking to repeat what the men's team did earlier this year ? run Canisius out of its own gym. Buffalo (4-3) utilized a dominating second half performance to rout its Big Four rival 79-50 on Wednesday night. Both teams came out playing at a fast pace from the opening tip.


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UFC 121 Preview

Brock Lesnar vs. Cain Velasquez The main event on Saturday night pits undefeated Cain Velasquez against Brock Lesnar for the UFC Heavyweight Title.


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Doubles teams strong at ITA Regionals

The men's tennis team took to the courts this weekend to claim regional supremacy. The USTA/ITA Northeast Regional Championships ran from last Thursday to Monday and showcased top talent from schools such as Princeton, Harvard, Boston College and Dartmouth. With such prestigious names on the schedule, many opponents would be intimidated.


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Men's soccer loses third straight

The men's soccer team played the first of three-straight road games on Saturday and looked for their first win in over a week. They are still searching for a victory. Buffalo (4-6-1, 1-1 Mid-American Conference) lost 2-0 to the Bowling Green Falcons (4-4-2, 1-2 MAC) to extend their winless streak to three games. The loss also marked the fifth time that the Bulls have been shut out this season. "I think that we played well at the end," said head coach John Astudillo.


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No goal results in win for Buffalo

It's never the norm for a team to score the only goal of a game and still come away with a loss. But that's what happened on Tuesday night as the Bulls opened their Mid-American Conference schedule against Hartwick. Hartwick (1-7-1, 0-1 MAC) scored the only goal of the game, but the Bulls (4-4, 1-0 Mid-American Conference) came away with their first conference win in a 1-0 victory thanks to the own goal. In the 28th minute, Hartwick sophomore midfielder Simon Greatwich tried to clear a corner kick that sailed into the box off the foot of junior defender Tom Beckvermit, but ended up heading it into his own goal. "I think the pressure made the backs a little indecisive," said Buffalo head coach John Astudillo.


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