Holly Johnson tossed a two hit shutout and the University at Buffalo softball team defeated #15 Baylor www.buffalobulls.com
It's not beating an SEC football team but I'll take it.
This has not been a banner year for UB Athletics... Literally there are no banners to show this season! The Men's swimming team came the closest in the MAC and the women's rowers are always in the mix but that in the Colonial Athletic Association.
So in a year where UB has had their shre of heartbreak it's nice to see the ladies step up and put a #15 Big 12 team in their place!
Buffalo Bulls Softball: Holly Johnson Shuts Out #16 Baylor
The Buffalo Bulls have upset #16 Baylor 1-0 behind a great two hit performance by Holly Johnson. The game was tied in the 6th inning when Holly Luciano reached base on a one out single then was driven home by Alyssa Ward's double. Holly Johnson allowed just a walk over the last two innings as the Bulls pull off the upset against a nationally ranked team on their home field.
Speaking of the crew team:
They have started out really well in their attempt to retake the CAA title.
Rowing Opens Spring Season at Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite - Buffalo Athletics
The University at Buffalo rowing team kicked off its spring season in Tennessee at the Oak Ridge Cardinal Invite over the weekend. It was two-day event hosted by the University of Louisville.
On Sunday, the Bulls raced against Dayton and Jacksonville and had a very strong showing. The Bulls won all but one race, some by large margins, and the one race they finished second to Dayton (second varsity eight) by just a tenth of a second, but still had their best time of the weekend.
Continuing down the "Non Revenue" theme
Injuries and Desi Green's inability to quit weed kept the Bulls wrestling team from being as competitive as they should have been this year. Still there were some highlights! Mark Lewandowski was honored at the inaugural NCAA Mens Wrestling awards.
Lewandowski Named Co-National Leader in Tech Falls - Buffalo Athletics
The inaugural NCAA Wrestling Awards were handed out Saturday evening in the final session of the NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships, held at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis, MO. Junior Mark Lewandowski joined Edinboro's Chris Honeycutt as the co-national leaders for technical falls during the 2011-12 season.