Non Revenue Roundup

Nemo made a quiet week in Non Revenue Sports even quieter. This week Baseball and Softball begin their 2013 campaigns.

Team Record Results
Wrestling 1-8, 1-3 MAC
Men's Swimming 4-3, 1-1 MAC
Men's Track and Field -
Women's Track and Field -
Women's Basketball 7-16, 5-5 MAC Lost to BGSU, 61-56
Lost to CMU, 86-51
Women's Swimming 6-3, 2-2 MAC
Men's Tennis 2-2 Lost to Cornell, 7-0
Women's Tennis 3-0


Another addition to the coaching staff:

James Goodridge Named Assistant Volleyball Coach

University at Buffalo volleyball head coach Todd Kress has announced the addition of James Goodridge as assistant volleyball coach. Goodridge has spent the last three years as the head men's volleyball coach at Lees-McRae College.

Women's Basketball

Women's Bball falls to 7th in the MAC after 2 more losses this week. They fall 2 games back in the MAC East with 6 games remaining.

Bulls Fall Just Short Against Bowling Green

Despite allowing just 25 second half points on Thursday night against Bowling Green, the University at Buffalo women's basketball team was defeated in a tough 61-56 decision against the visiting Falcons at Alumni Arena.

Bulls Run Into Hot-Shooting Chippewas In Mt. Pleasant

The University at Buffalo women's basketball team allowed 86 points on Sunday afternoon as the host Chippewas shot 54.3 percent in the second half to defeat Buffalo, 86-51.

Cherridy Thornton scored 36 in the two games, Loesing scored 28, but fell because they gave their opponents too many chances to score. BGSU collected 16 offensive rebounds and while they shot worse than the Bulls, they attempted 12 more field goals, which provided them just enough offense to sneak by the Bulls. CMU used a 22 rebound advantage and hot shooting, 48.5% to overtake the Bulls.

Men's Tennis

Back to back blowouts at the hands of the Ivy League:

Bulls Drop 7-0 Decision at Cornell

The University at Buffalo men's tennis team dropped a 7-0 decision at Ivy League opponent Cornell at the Reis Tennis Center Sunday afternoon to even the team's record to 2-2 for the spring season.

Track and Field

In individual action at the SPIRE invitational in Geneva, OH, Miles Lewis finished 2nd in the men's 60 meter dash while at Cornell, Mike Morgan won the men's high jump while Danielle Anderson finished 3rd in high jump.

UB Tracksters See Action at SPIRE, Cornell Meets

University at Buffalo men's and women's track and field athletes were in action on Saturday
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